where to sip: Fieldwork Cafe

coffee, lifestyle, where to sip


Enter: my love for delicious coffee and aesthetically pleasing spaces: an on-going series about where to sip in Edinburgh.

Fieldwork is a work of art in itself.

The space is calming and elegant. I love all of the mixed materials; exposed stone, natural wood, soft lighting through the large front window + delicate gold finishes. The space brings the outdoors in, embellished with tree branches as wall art, dried flowers spread throughout and potted plants hanging overhead.




We LOVE this shop because it is:

  • Woodsy + whimsical
  • Cozy + welcoming
  • Intimate
  • Friendly and accommodating staff
  • Beautiful home-baked selection

Popular menu picks:

  • Speciality coffee, [Steampunk Coffee, North Berwick]
  • The most lovely homemade pastries + cakey things
  • Selection of fine loose-leaf teas + hot chocolates [Chocolate Tree, Edinburgh]

The space is versatile. I have gone in with a book, met a friend and her little boy and have spent time working on my laptop. It is quaint but not tiny. I love working here and always feel productive and refreshed when I leave. It is also a favourite weekend treat for a coffee date. We can also appreciate their effort to source local ingredients and offer a few vegan and GF options.  



pc: Fieldwork



pc: Fieldwork 



pc: Fieldwork 


pc: Fieldwork 



Location: On the west edge of city centre, just off Lothian Road @ 105 Fountainbridge, Edinburgh EH3 9QE

Hours: Monday – Friday [8am – 5pm] Saturday [10am-5pm]+ Sunday [11am -5pm]

Website: www.fieldworkcafe.co.uk

If you are staying in or visiting Edinburgh, treat yourself to Fieldwork.  You will be glad you did.

Have a great weekend!


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