Our award-winning gastro pub is at the heart of Balerno in South-West Edinburgh and is known locally as Brow’s after its formidable, longest-standing and well-respected landlady, Mrs Anne Brow.
We are on the No 44 bus route and The Grey Horse is an ideal stopping off point for a bar snack, meal or a refreshing pint.
Our customers are drawn from throughout Central Scotland and include walkers in the nearby Pentland Hills or along the popular Water of Leith, plus cyclists and fishermen who enjoy their sport at Harlaw and Threipmuir reservoirs above Balerno.
We are child friendly in the lounge bar and you will always find a warm welcome at The Grey Horse.
The Grey Horse Inn offers a high-quality selection of food and drink from our location at the heart of Balerno.
The Grey Horse is not just our business it is our home. We moved here around a decade ago and now feel an integral part of the community. Simply, we love it here.
And we look forward to welcoming you to the Grey Horse.
Paul and Jane NG
Please book a table in advance to avoid disappointment by ringing 0131 449 2888.
We are always keen to hear feedback from our customers and if you would like to pass on your experience at the Grey Horse please send an email to email@example.com
Delicious food, friendly service and very reasonable. Went the extra mile with my 4 year old son. Thanks for a lovely evening. We look forward to eating here again!
A quintessential burger,definitely home made; one of the largest burgers that I have had the pleasure of tasting Lovely decor,nice ambience will definitely be back.
Great pub, very friendly and handy for walks in Pentlands.
Great wee local pub with real ale and guest beer’s. Great restaurant open lunch and dinner. Friendly helpful staff and dog friendly.
My favourite local. And if your cycling to the Pentlands it’s on the way! Which I do a lot.
Went for a walk round Thriepmuir Reservoir then stopped in for a pint or two of real ale and some vino. Was made to feel very welcome and a Rio our dog made herself at home with the resident pub dog Sukki. Lovely way to spend lunchtime.
The recent refurbishment and up-grade has meant the new-look Grey Horse can call itself a gastro-pub. The food was superb, the ambience is really cool and it still feels like the old Grey Horse as it retains the old charm but is pretty swanky. I had the veggie option which was superb. All the real ales served in the pub are available in the restaurant and there is a good wine list. I feel it’s going to become a regular haunt.
This is the place to have a beer after a bicycle ride!
The pub is a real gem. I dropped in with a small group of friends after a walk in the Pentlands one winter afternoon. The small and cosy public bar has a warm coal fire at one end with a couple of tiny inglenook seats, a collection of other comfy tables and chairs and a long bar. We were welcomed by a cheerful landlord who proudly told us about a variety of real cask conditioned ales from local craft breweries, along with a selection of more conventional drinks and a fine selection of whiskies and gins. Undecided which to try, he then offered us a taster ‘on the house’ to help us make our minds up before selling us several fine, well-looked after pints of super local ale.
Seriously the best real ale pub in Edinburgh and a fantastic restaurant along side! Couldn’t recommend a place more highly! The best!