We were too late for the lunch menu but the evening pizza menu was extensive. The pizza was very good, the beer was cold, and it was yuke night so all was good.
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After climbing Arthur's Seat with temperatures of 26 Celsius, yes believe it or not, we were looking forward to a cold beer and a cool spot. Just passed the parliament on the Royal Mile, we stepped into the Kilderkin and what a cool spot this...More
We stopped in at the Kilderkin while strolling the Royal Mile, after seeing on the menu board they offered Haggis. We had enjoyed various Haggis appetizers during our visit to Scotland, but had yet to sit down to an actual meal of it. The service...More
Went as a party of four for a quick lunch. Young Scottish guy serving us was a great chap. Went for the fish of the day. It was nicely presented on a beautiful bed of freshly cooked veggies. Served with chips. Asked for mash but...More
This was less than a block from our place, and soon became our pub! Really good beer on tap, and very traditional old pub. The pizza was thin crust and delish! The wait staff were friendly, and locals stopped in here-always a good sign. Prices...More
Like their great selection of whisky, Kilderkin delivers a solid pint with a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy it in after a long day of walking up and down the Royal Mile. After three days in Edinburgh, this was the one and only pub my girlfriend...More
Went here with a group of friends one Saturday lunch time. It was crazy busy but we managed to get a table and ordered pizzas. There is a lot to choose from and they were really good quality. Service was great, especially considering how busy...More
went to the Kilderkin agains a friends advice to find the service was as bad as they said, waited almost an hour for the pizzas to come out only to have the barman drop the last one. very poor service. readers be warned.