There are a wealth of local grocers and delis within minutes from The Pavilion, including Sainsbury’s on Bernard Street; The Shore Deli Co, and Fazeli’s Deli on Constitution Street and Relish Deli on Commercial Street
Leith has a long tradition of pub and bars. A few we would recommend are Malt and Hops; The Shore (traditional fare) and Sofi’s Bar (Swedish) on Henderson Street; Roseleaf, Sandport Place (allows children); Bond no 9 on Commercial Street and Nobles Bar on Constitution Street
There are a large number of wonderful places to eat in Leith, many enjoying great views out over the Water of Leith.
Along the river from Sandport Bridge: Café Truva (Turkish); Mimi’s Bakehouse; Martin Wishart, a Michelin Star restaurant; Pizza Express; King’s Wark, which serves a excellent selection of fresh fish; The Granary; The Ship on the Shore; The Shore, which features wonderful open fires; Fishers and Malmaison Hotel.
Others on the south side: Tapa on Shore Place (Spanish); Harmonium on Henderson Street, a very trendy and contemporary setting (vegan and see food); Norn on Henderson Street, a modern Scottish resturant with an evolving set menu and increidble presentation.
North side: A Room in Leith and Teuchter’s Landing on Dock Place with outside sitting by the water; Guilianos (Italian), Guchhi (Indian tapas), Domenico's (Italian), The Kitchen, a Michelin Star restaurant, Bistro Provence (French) and La Camargue on Commercial Street (French).