Set down a set of stairs, there are a mixture of old wooden tables and chairs, with a selection of easy listening music playing in the background. The Saint is also a pub, so you can pop in for a drink, but you would probably find it hard to resist the food, which is undoubtedly the star of the show here.
One visit I had the salmon and oatcake starter which was the beginning of an excellent meal. Starters are around £4 and mains which have included fish dishes, duck and vegetarian risottos are around the £9 mark making The Saint serve some of the best and cheapest food in Edinburgh.
Dessert aficionados will not be disappointed with options such as chocolate spring rolls or Scottish pancakes with homemade toffee sauce (pictured). A good relaxed service is offered, with ample time to talk over coffee or linger longer for after dinner drinks.
Suitable for disabled? The Saint is down a steep set of stairs and not suitable for wheelchairs.