Edinburghs’ Newhaven has long been associated with the fishing industry. You only have to look at the rows of houses that hug the costal road to realise that Newhaven is engrained with atmosphere of a traditional fishing village.
Many restaurants and cafes have capitalised on the natural resource right on the door step. Places like the Peacock where Edinburgh Traditions with often Generations of families returning time after time to enjoy the various catches of the day.
However today the Peacock is no more and chain restaurants like Harry Ramsden’s have long left. Loch Fyne offers a luxurious experience but often leaves families alienated with the prices and the menu.
So if you want a locally sourced, carefully selected and lovingly prepared fish dish with prices that won’t have you running to the fishmonger inside the local ASDA where can you go?
The Old Chain Pier offers a little piece of all of the above; the friendly family feel, the stylish generous portions complimented by the best view in town and if you fancy a drink then you will be spoilt for choice with craft ales, wines, speciality spirits along with everything else you would expect from a quality local bar.
What if you don’t want fish?
No problem the Old Chain Pier offers a comprehensive menu along with specially designed sections for kids.