As one of many old Edinburgh pubs on Rose Street, the Auld Hundred, Edinburgh sets itself apart by beaming with history and character. We pride ourselves in providing traditional Scottish hospitality and serving fantastic traditional pub food in Edinburgh’s cosmopolitan city centre.
On entering the Auld Hundred, Edinburgh, you will be greeted by a traditional bar with lots of exposed warm sandstone walls. This comfortable and inviting environment is perfect for grabbing a cool drink on a hot day or for sheltering during one of Edinburgh’s many rainy days!
As you wander through the bar area, a spiral staircase leads upstairs to the Auld Hundred, Edinburgh’s hidden dining room. The menu in our restaurant follows a very strong Scottish theme plus a great selection of traditional hearty pub food.
By looking at the exterior of the Auld Hundred, Edinburgh you could be forgiven for mistaking us as just another old Edinburgh pub. However, our pub has its own unique history – the pub was originally a Mission Hall with conversion into a pub taking place in 1800 – making us one of the oldest pubs in Rose Street!
Edinburgh’s Auld Hundred is particularly proud of its diverse clientele which includes tourists, business people and Edinburgh locals. Outdoor seating is available all year round for customers to enjoy the hustle and bustle of Rose Street in one of the finest old Edinburgh pubs.