The Queens Arms - Edinburgh
Under 18's are not admitted after 8:00pm.
Sunday: 12.30pm to 10pm
Outstanding as always.
Great atmosphere with friendly helpful staff. Food was delicious and there was a great choices. The noise level was great for chatting.
Great place to meet friends and food is lovely. Could be a bit quicker with drinks.
I particularly loved the Sunday Roast, the Yorkshire pudding is the best that I had in UK
I prefer the meat though a bit tender.
Overall, I highly recommend this place. Ambiance, staff, food are awesome!
Pleasantly surprised when we went inside as didn’t look that inviting from the outside. Service was outstanding from the waitress, nothing was too much trouble and was very quick. Would definitely go again if we are in Edinburgh.
Lovely relaxed pub in the heart of Edinburgh - highly recommended
Great food and great service! Sunday roast is the best!
Strange place ! Although booked not sure they were organised for us!! Service terrible and because of this only had one drink(would have had more if we were served)
Food was ok when finally arrived but wait for 2nd course was long!!
Lovely meal, brilliant service, great wine. Would definitely go back!
Love this place, great food and ambience! Worried about open table booking but no need, everything was fantastic!
We had a great time at The Queens Arms- lively but our waitress found us a table away slightly so we could enjoy our meal and talk too. A great find and we will be back next time we are in Edinburgh. We are regular visitors to Edinburgh and this is one of the most atmospheric places we’ve been to.
Lovely atmosphere, delicious food (have the beef pie), speedy service and great staff - couldn't do enough for you!
I have been to Queens Arms many times. However when I arrived for our reservation on Sat night at 7pm I was informed that our booking had been for the previous night. ( Friday 12th). I didn't have my confirmation of booking with me, however the venue was adamant that I was a day late.
I had family over from Australia and I was very embarrassed to say the least. After asking them what they could do they eventually suggested that we waited and they would try to sort a table out, which they did approx. 30 minutes later. After that everything was good.
However - I don't see the point of making a booking if it doesn't get honoured in full on the correct date & time. Very disappointing
Really enjoyed our lunch, husband and I don’t come to Edinburgh often so it was a wee change and a wee treat
Visited from the States in April 2017. Back in Edinburgh for Hogmanay and knew we had to return. Love the ambiance. Food is delicious including some amazing fish and chips and a delicious shared steak and ale pie. Great list of whisky. Make a reservation!
First, we made the colossal mistake of thinking we could have a relaxing dinner on December 30 before the annual torchlight procession by booking well away from the Royal Mile. The place was so crowded I had to rudely shove my way in the front door. Once inside, pure pandemonium...100% drinkers and no food to be seen. We almost turned around. But soon I found a nice young man who told us our table was ready. The “table” was more like the size of a school desk, but somehow we crammed in. The menu was presented to us, and even though somewhat limited, there was enough to satisfy everyone in my three person party. The food arrived remarkably quickly. I had the burger which was perfectly cooked and very tasty, the chips were also perfect. We also shared mussels, which were good though a few had not opened in the broth so they were untouched. My party also had the chicken croquettes and soup of the day. Both liked what they ate. All in all it was a satisfying meal. Not five star but a solid four and very good for pub fair. I would like to try Queens Arms again under less busy circumstances. I suspect I will enjoy it even more.
Wonderful food and service. Friendly staff. We were in a hurry to make the torchlight procession and they took care of us!
It was two days before Hogmanay when we were there, pub was busy and noisy, which was expected. Fortunately we had a seat round the right hand side of the bar which was great as it wasn't stowed out with people standing around. Great atmosphere and we all finished with clean plates. My burger was fab.
I have registered a complaint about this venue by email to you.
I cannot comment on food etc as on arrival at the Queens Arms I was advised there was no tables available. I had the confirmation email from you and the manager went to check his computer. He returned to advise us that he did recieve the confirmaton but 'does not check the bookings every day as they are to busy.' We were told we could wait at the bar (no seating) till a table might become available. The place was overcrowded being a Friday night in a busy city. We had no alternative but to try our luck elsewhere.
If this venue is unable to fulfil the reservation they should be removed from your sight.
Great food and service, good selection of drinks. Would highly recommend for Sunday Lunch. Sky sports
Brilliant venue for a catch up. Good pub food, great service.
We were here last year and it was excellent, this year wasn’t so good, I booked the table in September with Open Table and they didn’t have our booking when we arrived.The bar person we spoke to,was sorry and helpful and did get us a table which was fine but the food wasn’t as good as last year, my mums steak was very tough and hard to cut, I know she asked for it well done but “really” my burger wasn’t very nice either.
It was ok but we were disappointed compared to last year and don’t think we will go back next year.
We are from Dundee and book somewhere for tea every year and we were so looking forward to our meal after Christmas Shopping.
A lovely quaint pub, love the decor. Staff are friendly. Food was good. Glad I booked as it was so busy. Will definitely return.
Having booked a city centre hotel in my home city, I was surprised to find this being much more of a Scottish pub. However the ambiance was buzzing and friendly on a Thursday evening and the booked table was in a cosy, wee, separate booth. The menu had been changed from the online one but the food was good and well suited to Edinburgh. Service was friendly but it was too busy for the helpful staff. I would go again I think as it was good value.
Booked a table on a Sunday evening, after a long day at work. Wanted some food and a quiet beer.
While the food looked really good and people obviously enjoying it, there was a pub quiz on, so we had a quick drink and left. Wished the quiz night had been advertised, so we could have gone somewhere else.
Will go back another night.
Loved it here. Great food & service in your own private gated booth. Highly recommended, not a single fault. If booking request a booth.
Traditional noisy pub. Plenty of TV screens. Good service. Good pub food.
Reasonably priced drinks.
Friendly, comfortable, casual bar, great staff, lovely food, wide selection of drinks
I tried to get in this Trip Advisor highly rated pub when the Tattoo was on-didn't book and couldn't get a table, so this time around(having seen the enormous Yorkshires) I booked for Sunday afternoon with my best friends.
The young guy who served us was excellent. However, we were very disappointed that they'd run out of roast dinners(apparently they only do 25, of which half can be reserved and the other half are for walk ins.) We weren't aware of this policy, otherwise we would certainly have reserved them. Two of us shared a steak pie-the last one, two of us had fish and chips. Comments on the pie were that the gravy was too runny, and the side of veg was very small. The fish and chips were ok, fish a bit dry, but the batter was lovely. In fairness, we were in the mood for Sunday lunch so this choice was a satisfactory second.
Two friends ordered cheese board to share-never ever seen such a miserly cheese board in my life.
The panna cotta on the other hand was exquisite, the best I've ever tasted and I've sampled many in Italy. I wasn't in fact going to have dessert, but tasted one which had been ordered and had to have one!
Wine was good; we didn't try the whisky!
Would possibly go again, but still baffled by their Sunday lunch system. Perhaps if I'd phoned rather than book online this information may have been imparted.
OK food, great music, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, a bit overpriced.
Had never visited this bar before but was very pleased. Booked a table for get together with friends and got a nice quiet one in the back of the bar. Food was exceptional for pub grub and prosecco not too pricey either for city centre establishment. Can't wait to go back!
If you're ok with moderate service, the pub will really surprise you by quality and creativity of their food and drinks.
A repeat visit for us this time with relatives from New Zealand. Another great lunch and afternoon,staff could not be nicer thank you
We have often enjoyed a meal here and popped in for drinks the staff are always welcoming and attentive. We are returning soon with relatives from New Zealand who I am sure will love the olde world decor and the exceptional food.
Always good. Friendly staff, good selection of beers and beverages, and decent food.
Great place for all types and occasions; live sports for lads, buzzy atmosphere for friends, great venue for dates and fab menu for foodies... staff understand and respect each customer-great service and value for money. Keep it up! One of the best roast dinners, cooked from fresh 👌🏼Thank you.
They serve an absolutely great Sunday Roast for two, but you've got to be there quick!
Fantastic place with great atmosphere,food and service. Will be back again very soon.
Lovely bar with a cosy and friendly atmosphere and a real fire. The staff attentive and friendly. Good unusual cocktail menu although you can order traditional cocktails off menu. I ordered fish and chips and the batter was light and tasty, the peppercorn sauce my friend with steak was delicious. Would highly recommend.
Upon arrival we were seated at a rather small table for two which seemed to be on the outskirts of the food part of the venue and more in the pub part. Having read the reviews and the website I knew the queens arms was a gastropub however the emphasis really seems to be on the pub.
The menu had a good selection and seemed reasonably priced. The girl who seated us and the guy who took our order were both very friendly. I was looking forward to my meal when we were surrounded by people drinking who had joined an older couple behind us.
We asked if we could move tables as we didn't want to eat a meal with a group of people standing over us. We were unfortunately told there was one table that may be available but they couldn't say when.
We decided to leave and go somewhere else.
The queens arms looks like it would be good to go for a drink or maybe dinner if you were in a group but it really wasn't ideal for a date.