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OX184, Edinburgh

Offering something new and fresh to Edinburgh's drinking and dining scene

Offering something new and fresh to Edinburgh's drinking and dining scene

Victoria Broadhead

Under the shadow of Edinburgh’s South Bridge is OX184, a bar and restaurant and late night venue; open until 3am every day and renowned for its wood-fired grill, craft beer and whisky. The smells of smoking wood and cooking meat makes it hard for anyone who has popped in ‘just’ for a drink. 

House beer on tap is sourced from Tempest Brew Co in Tweedbank, and there is an electric list of craft beer by the can. The dining experience is designed to benefit the location. This means adapting the menu seasonally, to incorporate the varieties of locally sourced prime organic meat. The open plan dining space allows customers to watch the chefs prepare their food. This includes options of 8oz shorthorn ribeye steaks on a wood-fired grill, custom made by G Fitzsimmons & Son.
The interior of OX184 is an open plan, barn feel with red lighting and a flickering brazier. Alongside OX184’s signature burgers, the menu also offers a range of tempting lighter bites, including shrimp and lobster sliders and bacon corn muffins. For pudding, the restaurants famous ‘Smoked Banoffee’ finished in their wood smoke in-house smoker is rich, decadent and defeating.