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Hunters Tryst, Edinburgh - pub details

Address: 97 Oxgangs Road, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH13 9NG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13990) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Slateford (1.9 miles), Kingsknowe (2.1 miles), Wester Hailes (2.8 miles)

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Passed by on 9th February. Appears to be defunct.
BruceMasters - 10 Feb 2015 12:03
Perhaps time to bring things up to date (leaving aside any question as to who would be so dim as to turn up at a public house - that's what it is - during the Christmas season, without having enquired about the children policy). It appears to have changed hands and is now Ember Inns' only establishment in Scotland. There is a family area where children are welcome if eating. There is a fair selection of interesting ales in decent condition and at reasonable prices. Food seems pretty good and moderately priced, and the wine list looks fine.
It was also clean when I visited, and staff were competent and friendly.
Overall, a welcome presence in what is otherwise a bit of a desert in terms of decent pubs.
joegreen - 24 Apr 2012 17:37
Yeah, it's child hostile and i don't know why. It has plenty of room and it's never exactly heaving, and given the local competition is the good companions (eek) or a schelp to swanston golf club it's missing a trick i feel. No way does it make more out of child-haters than it would from families.

Still, the beer is a good selection and the food is edible, but still, they'd get a lot more of my custom if they let kids in, its my nearest pub. Maybe better for my bank balance they don't...
grahamo - 17 Aug 2010 23:23
I was deeply disappointed in this pub. My work booked our Christmas lunch here on a friday afternoon at 12pm. One of the lunch guests drove for 45 minutes to meet us for lunch just to find out they would not let her child in. I think this is disgusting!!!! It was mid afternoon and there was about 6-10 other people in the pub at the time. We will not be going back and I will be telling others to do the same.
sarahlynn - 30 Dec 2008 13:05
Charming little boozer. Prices are semi-reasonable. Comfortable atmosphere inside, ok food
anonymous - 10 Nov 2007 17:55

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