The name means 'black pot' in Gaelic - you learn something new everyday!
Our name means black cooking pot in Gaelic. We cater for tourists, locals and business people. We serve fine Scottish cuisine using the best produce from Scotland's larder, incorporating both traditional and original dishes. The cellar restaurant is decorated in a traditional style and engenders a quiet, intimate and cosy ambience. House specialities include West coast broth, scallops and haggis.
The Dubh Prais Restaurant in the Royal Mile High Street area of Edinburgh is well signed and upon entering, one proceeds to the cellar which houses the Restaurant which has a cosy and intimate ambience. Dining by candlelight, with selected background music creates a relaxed atmosphere within which to enjoy fine Scottish produce cooked by Chef Proprietor James McWilliams and served by friendly, efficient and attentive staff. Certainly a Restaurant to be visited when in Edinburgh.
West Coast Broth. Mussels, Salmon, Squid, Prawns and Smoked Haddock: "The broth was of a full bodied shellfish flavour, good consistency and colour. A very good quality broth."