Modern Scottish cooking

At the heart of Principal Edinburgh George St. are five listed Georgian townhouses, built in 1775 as homes for the city's most prosperous citizens—among  them James Ferrier, a lawyer, who bought No. 25 and whose daughter, Susan, was considered by Sir Walter Scott to be the equal of Jane Austen.  Their former home is now The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen, where local Executive Chef Colin Fleming champions modern Scottish cooking.

From a flat white to a long black, Burr & Co. has become part and parcel of Edinburgh’s coffee culture. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, baby-changing areas, and—of course—homemade cakes, pastries and sandwiches.