Jeremiah's Taproom (Broughton)

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Jeremiah's Taproom (Broughton) Address 7-8 Elm Row, Leith Walk, Broughton, Edinburgh EH7 4AA
Jeremiah's Taproom (Broughton) Phone 0131 556 8201
Jeremiah's Taproom (Broughton) Opening Hours Monday - Sunday : 11am - 12midnight
Friday & Saturday : 11am - 1am
Jeremiah's Taproom (Broughton) Food Price £5 - £10 per pax
Payment by Cash,Cards

What people say about Jeremiah's Taproom (Broughton)

27 reviews
  • I went there with family and waited 30 minutes at the bar for a drink

  • The manager (Jayne) was extremely rude and when she asked me what I wanted as soon as I replied with "

  • She dismissed my order with the fact that she was too busy and walked away

  • Quickly scanning over the menu it seemed there was a lot of tasty bits and pieces such as burgers

  • We also noticed that they offer a Sunday roast with all the trimmings for £

  • I have a problems with pubs as I don't drink beer and usual old pubs has bad wine

  • Visited for the first time in a while and it was great to visit

  • I came here with Food Club on Friday

  • We got a big table in the back which was pretty convenient but I think it could get quite loud if you're up front by the bar

  • The waiter was knowledgable and recommended well

  • This beer was great and tasted like something between pilsner and lager which is probably my favourite combination

  • I had halloumi sticks for a starter which were good but nothing special

  • There is only as much halloumi as one person can eat at once and this was a little bit too much

  • Their coffee was good I'd get it again and one cannot go wrong with Highland Park

  • The guys had burgers which supposedly weren't anything special and they had a brownie with ice cream for a dessert which wasn't too good either

  • Good Pub Grub was the call this month as we ventured to the Taproom for some burgers and beers

  • The Halloumi was nicely done but maybe lacking an extra spark

  • Unfortunately it was the same outcome

  • I was pleased and thankful for getting the Wolfpack burger which had stated on the menu it was only for a Sunday

  • The Mexican Burger was loaded with chilli

  • Jalapeno and sour cream but there was very little heat to be enjoyed

  • The Ranch burger was simple and tasty but nothing to scream about

  • Each burger came with fries and we also ordered some onion rings and garlic bread to keep us growing manboys going

  • We washed everything down with yet more beer and ordered dessert

  • Very doughy on the inside and the there was no hint of heat within the chocolate sauce

  • We finished the evening with more beers and our old friends Tequila and Sambucca turned up&hellip

  • Next time Food Club are heading into Leith on 23rd October for the Spanish experience with TAPA

Jeremiah's Taproom (Broughton) Specialties

  • British
  • Scottish
  • Burger
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