This popular bistro has been on the receiving end of excellent reviews and famous praise since it opened last summer.

Edinburgh’s Little Chartroom has been shortlisted as one of the top 100 restaurants in the UK in this year’s Estrella Damm National Restaurant Awards.

The awards, which will take place in London on 10 June, are the result of the votes from over 200 industry experts from all over the UK, including chefs, food writers, restauranteurs and critics.

The Little Chartroom has received a plethora of praise both locally and nationally (and has been visited by the Michelin Guide) since it opened last year by head chef Roberta Hall, formerly of The Kitchin and Castle Terrace restaurant and her partner Shaun McCarron.

Described as a neighbourhood bistro, the Little Chartroom is open from Wednesday to Sunday, with weekend brunches a highlight.

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