Carbon Neutral Activities & Wellbeing in our Cities – Edinburgh Eco Dining

In line with the Scottish capital’s wider sustainability efforts, guests will find plenty of delicious, inventive and earth-friendly dining options within the city limits, offering a range of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meals.

7-13 Barclay Pl, Edinburgh EH10 4HW

Boasting a heritage of vegan and vegetarian cuisine that dates back to 1962, Hendersons features an upmarket, all-day menu built from the ground up (literally) with fresh, organic, local and sustainable produce. You’ll find few better options for a pumpkin ravioli or world-class wild salad plate.

Café Modern One and Paolozzi’s Kitchen
75 Belford Rd, Edinburgh EH4 3DR

If you happen to be paying a visit to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, why not stop for a bite at one of their ethical eateries, Café Modern One or Paolozzi’s Kitchen? You know they source their ingredients locally because the garden patch (featuring seasonal harvests of apples, plums, pears, berries, rhubarb, asparagus and more) is in view of your dining table.

When it comes to sustainability, Edinburgh is comfortably placed amongst the UK’s most advanced cities, due to its pristine air quality, low environmental exposure and emphasis on outdoor parks (almost half of its land mass is comprised of green space). For guests of ByMansley, this presents an opportunity to tie up the laces, hit the trail and enjoy glorious city views without pollution.

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