Located beside Rossie Place:
(Up Easter Rd on left).
One of Edinburgh’s best artisan bakeries. Fresh breads, exotic salads, quiches, pastries, soups & sandwiches packed with artisan fillings, as well as a patisserie with gluten-free options.
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Going left along London Road takes you to Meadowbank Retail Park, which has a large Sainsburys supermarket, KFC, M&S, TK Maxx and B&M value shopping.
MacDonalds is a little further down London Road close to Meadowbank Sports Centre.
Correct money needed, pay on bus.
£1.60 adult, 80p child (5-15)
£4.00 DAYticket, £2 child
Family DAYticket £8.50
Allows 2 adults and up to 3 children unlimited travel together on Lothian Buses (maroon & white) and Trams (City Zone only) for £8.50.
You can buy a Family DAYticket from:
0131 229 2468 (Central taxis)
0131 228 1211 (City cabs)
0131 272 8000 (ComCab)
If you're heading into town, turn right along London Road, then left, up past the Playhouse Theatre. About 15min walk to
John Lewis or continue up to Princes Street with the clock tower on the Balmoral Hotel. Nearby is Apple, Harvey Nichols and Jenners department store.
Running parallel to Princes Street is Rose St with independent shops, then Queen St with upmarket stores, bars and food outlets.
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Pubs just down road.
Middletons (on left) – home to local characters.
The Mash Tun (on right) serves pub grub.
Hibernian football stadium is nearby and fans walk down the road on Saturdays.
Turn right along London Road and it's a 15min walk to the Playhouse Theatre and Omni Centre (giraffe's outside) with lively bars and restaurants.