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Corstorphine Inn, Edinburgh - pub details

Address: 17 Corstorphine High Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH12 7SU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12596) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations South Gyle (0.8 miles), Kingsknowe (1.9 miles), Slateford (1.9 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 8.4/10 (rated by 5 users)
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user reviews of Corstorphine Inn, Edinburgh

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I found this excellent.

It's an historic building in the old village. The bar is a little lower than we're used to, and that makes for a friendly inclusive feel. The staff are efficient, convivial, and there's generally no need to ask for top-ups.

There were four real ales on, including Harviestoun Bitter and Twisted, and Jarl, a fresh, grapefruitish session beer. These two were certainly on form, and a decent session strength.

There was an open mic of sorts on Friday, and acts were as you'd expect, but nothing too loud or overbearing.

It's only a short walk to good curry houses etc. on St. John's Road too.
eddybeer - 25 Aug 2013 20:05
Great boozer for a few beers or for a bite to eat. Looks smallish from the outside but is in fact a bit of a tardis with loads of room inside.

If you want chavs and neds venture up to St Johns Road but if you want a few good relaxing beers and watch the footy go to the corry inn
stanpetrov19 - 5 Sep 2005 19:29
A busy local pub serving the best range of real ales and bottled lagers in the area. Popular with old and young quaffers alike, the 'Corrie' also has a good range of steaks etc and a nice wee no smoking area if you fancy eating in peace. Only negatives are a lack of seats during busy spells and the fact that it isn't too hot for watching football in. Still a top pub though. A pub for every occasion- be it taking the girl out, a family meal or a few jars with the lads. Recommended.
Donalia - 13 Dec 2004 14:38

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