Converted from a Mission Hall around 1800, this traditional bar has exposed stone walls and a range of seating including comfortable sofas. A spiral wrought iron staircase leads up to the restaurant which offers home cooked pub food with a Scottish theme.
100 Rose Street, Edinburgh
In the centre of Edinburgh’s New Town, Auld Hundred serves traditional British pub food and real ale. Its location at 100 Rose Street is in close proximity to Queen Street Gardens, Princes Street shopping destinations and National Gallery of Scotland. Waverley station is also minutes away from its venue.
Auld Hundred, housed within a historic building, showcases a classic pub décor with an expansive dining area dedicated to drinking and tasting good food in comfort and relaxation. The old-school pub organises regular fun events to keep its guests thoroughly entertained.
Besides a few of the classic Scottish comfort dishes, Auld Hundred’s menu is dominated by a range of quality burgers, steaks and pies. Apart from cask ales, Auld Hundred’s extensive drinks menu includes premium wine, beer, cider and malt whisky.