Edinburgh locals have been queuing up for a taste of something different at Bonnie and Wild in the St James Quarter.

Bonnie and Wild is Edinburgh’s first food hall with eight chef-led food stalls, four speciality retailers and three bars, making it one of the most exciting venues in the city centre.

Customers are not short of choice here as there is something for everyone, from pizza to fine dining and choices for dessert.

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Locals have been quick to share their trips to Bonnie and Wild on Tiktok with the majority praising Joelato as they opt for gelato for pudding.

The food hall offers a lot so we’ve compiled a handy list of the restaurants and bars in Bonnie and Wild for your next trip.

Restaurants in Bonnie and Wild

Creel Caught by Gary Maclean

A seafood menu by Masterchef winner, Gary Maclean.

The Gannet

Glasgow’s fine dining restaurant has set up shop in Bonnie and Wild, offering a modern Scottish cuisine.

Salt & Chilli Oriental

Award winning chef Jimmy Lee brings a taste of Hong Kong street food with a Scottish twist.


A refined approach to fried chicken.


Along with ingredients sourced locally and organically, east PIZZA offers a twist on the classic dish, with their Scottish sourdough bread.

East Pizzas sourdough pizza

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Erpingham House

Serving vegetarian and vegan fine dining dishes.

Rico’s pasta bar

Pasta with ingredients sourced locally crafted by Italian chef, Francesco Ascrizzi.

MacDuff 1890

MacDuff 1890 butcher will be host some of the best quality Scotch beef, lamb and pork alongside local wild game and hand-crafted charcuterie.


For the sweet tooths, Joelato offers Scottish artisan gelato with vegan and dairy-free options too.

Broken Clock Cafe and Patisserie

Unlike your average cakes, Broken Clock serves outstanding looking cakes, sandwiches and tea.

Bars in Bonnie and Wild

The Hauf and Howff

Bonnie and Wild’s main bar in the centre of the food hall. Hauf & Howff has a superb range of draught beers, cocktails and wines, as well as a list of craft ales.

The Dookit

The Dookit has a wide selection of draught beers and ciders, as well as a line up of Black Lines cocktails on tap. The bar also boasts of an extensive selection of malt whiskies, craft gins, curated wines and soft drinks from local producers Bon Accord and Rapscallion.

The Tryst

Complete with comfy seats, The Tryst also turns into a venue for Bonnie and Wild’s events and demonstrations.

With all this choice, customers are bound to find something to suit after a busy day of shopping around the St James Quarter.