Milnes Bar, Edinburgh - pub details
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|Been in here many times over the years. Its cavernous and seems to be on several levels.|
I came in here most recently to escape the rain. A bewildering array of real ales - I went for an Amber Ale, who's name I forget.
All very enjoyable. In any other city, it would be a stand out bar - but there is just so much choice in Edinburgh.
Mappiman - 6 Oct 2014 20:38
|Well worth a visit. Busy upstairs so went into the downstairs bar and this seemed to go on forever. Better choice of ales in the downstairs bar. Had lunch in here and the food was very good and we did not have long to wait to be served given how busy it was with punters waiting for the Grand National. Will visit again for sure.|
paulbeckett - 12 Apr 2013 19:06
|This pub seems to be two pubs in one. Taylor Walker pub. Had some good food and good selection of beers too. If you don't like the beer on the top bar, they seem to have different ones on the bottom floor. Plenty of seating too and served fairly quick.|
busker999 - 8 Apr 2013 20:47
|Had a pint of Guinness, which was drinkable apart from being too cold as is the fashion (a general complaint, admittedly, rather than specific to Milnes). Plenty of staff but tables uncleared and uncleaned. Had perhaps the worst steak pie I've ever had in my life having to saw my way through the pastry only to meet further disappointment in the fatty filling.|
Kenny260556 - 2 Dec 2012 20:33
|Still not convinced about this place. Went in the other day on hearing of a well-respected barman having shifted to Milne's but wasn't impressed. Prompt service, yes, but the beers just didn't crack it. The stout was lifeless and left no marks on the glass like a good ale should; my friend's lager behaved in the same manner. And, yet again, the stench of chips and tomato sauce prevails.|
Coldie_Redux - 27 Jul 2012 11:39
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