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Angels with Bagpipes - Private Dining

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Angels with Bagpipes has established itself as one of the top Scottish restaurants in Edinburgh.

With large French Windows opening out onto Roxburgh’s Court steps, the Dining Room is at the airy heart of Angels with Bagpipes. Lit with eye-catching, winged angel candlesticks, it is a buzzy, comfortable space in which to enjoy some of the finest Scottish food in Edinburgh. The chanters dining room offers private dinning for larger parties and is perfect for intimate weddings and family occasions

For more private occasions, the beautiful Halo room almost seems to float above Roxburgh’s Close. A cosy, magical space, subtly decorated with Scottish emblems, it feels discreetly separate from the rest of the diners. It fits four people snugly but is ideal for two and its romantic intimacy means it has been the setting for several marriage proposals.

Perfect for group dining party sizes of:
Couples, For Two, Up to 10 Guests

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Listing ID: 76453b6ce4cf2468

Private Dining Rooms & Capacities

Minimum Guests Required: 1

Food Menus & Party/Group Dining Offers

This Venue serves the following cuisines: British

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