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Quattro Zero

40/41 Queensferry Street, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH2 4RA


**Not available on rugby match days.**

Quattro Zero is perfectly placed in the heart of the West End of Edinburgh and serves a delicious menu of classic Italian cuisine. Perched along Queensferry Street, just around the corner from the famous thoroughfare that is Princes Street, Quattro Zero enjoys a central city location at the very heart of the action. Edinburgh Castle is just minutes away as are many of the city’s other important sights. This superb Italian eatery is a big favourite amongst both locals and visitors to the Scottish capital, offering a relaxed and informal vibe in which to tuck into well-loved Italian dishes. All of the pizzas are prepared fresh on the premises and are cooked in the wood fired oven, giving them that authentic taste. Enjoy a taste of sunshine with the delicious pizza Mediterranean – topped with goat’s cheese, sundried tomatoes, olives, rocket and parmesan. Pasta dishes are always a popular choice and the house gnocchi with tomato, basil, mozzarella, cream and chilli demonstrates how simple ingredients can be brought to life. Quattro Zero also serves up some fine meats and tasty fish dishes with the veal Milanese style served with spaghetti in a tomato sauce being one of the restaurant’s most ordered dishes. The cool and funky setting is really eye-catching and makes a refreshing change from the usual rustic style Italian dining room. Brightly coloured modern bucket seating and cool low hung ceiling lamps set the scene and the vibe is chatty and convivial. Quattro Zero is the place to head in central Edinburgh for a delicious and informal Italian dining experience.

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What our members say about Quattro Zero

Susan E.


This is a brilliant little Italian right in the city centre. The food is lovely and great value for money. The service is excellent and the atmosphere is great too. I had a Diavola pizza and my partner had lasagne- both were lovely. I would highly recommend Quattro Zero.

John D.

Excellent little cafe/restaurant serving takeaway from the cafe side and simple but very good Italian standards in the restaurant. Very good value for lunch but also well worth a visit for dinner. Pizzas are from a wood fired oven and are some of the best I've tasted - and I've tasted a lot. (TIP - wood fired ovens take about 2 to 3 hours to get really hot so if you want good pizza, make sure you go after the official start of lunch - 12:00).

Raviolis were very good as were the Arancini and Polenta Chips (remember to add salt, just like real chips). The bread and dips plate is more than enough for 2 to share and has good bread with a not-seen-often-enough Tapenade and Humous dips.

They also have a very nice wine list with some good wines at competitive prices.

The Gourmet Society

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