Nobles may technically be a pub, but it certainly doesn't act like one. set in the heart of leith's historic shore, the re-imagined victorian space is filled with colourful mismatched furniture, vivacious artwork and a giant framed picture of bill murray. pub grub staples are nowhere to be seen on the elegant evening mains menu, which features the likes of roast pheasant, scottish crab claw and squash jalousie. the starters too are a cut above your average bite, with miso-glazed aubergine and confit rainbow trout taking centre stage. for lunch, the burger is a go-to choice, with a range of optional toppings such as cheddar, mozzarella and bacon. there's an ever-rotating selection of craft beers and ales on tap, and gin and wine fans will find an expansive, well thought-out selection. if the giant bill murray picture piqued your interest, hold onto your hats: there's also a portrait of bjork.