Tower Restaurant - Private Dining

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The Tower is one of the best private dining venues in Edinburgh with an exceptional rooftop setting boasting an impressive terrace for drinks receptions, and memorable views of Edinburgh Castle.

Our dedicated chefs produce delicious food from canapés to the petit fours which is matched by inspirational and award winning wine and champagne list, all deftly-served in a fantastic setting.

The tower offers the best banqueting food and service in the city for those who book the Museum’s impressive circular private dining venues; the Bute Room and Board Room.

Our extensively stocked bar and enthusiastic bar team can also create individual cocktails exclusive to your event, along with impeccably-made classics too.

It is a fantastic location for private or corporate dinners and entertaining.

Perfect for group dining party sizes of:
10 to 20 Guests, 20 to 30 Guests, 30 to 50 Guests, Over 50 Guests

This Private Dining Venue features in the following categories...
Listing ID: 511549049dc999ba

Private Dining Rooms & Capacities

Room/Event SpaceSeated/Standing Capacity
Bute Room50 Seated | 80 Standing
The Board Room24 Seated

Food Menus & Party/Group Dining Offers

This Venue serves the following cuisines: British, International

Although this venue offers private dining, there are no specific Private-Dining.co.uk packages or deals listed at present.

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What Customers Are Saying

★★★★★
“A useful way to find venues for our committee meetings.”

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“When having our quarterly family reunion, particularly with young children, Private-Dining has been the perfect solution.”

★★★★☆
“A very simple way to find catered spaces for our small business meetings.”

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“Saves time and money, and as dinner was prepaid there was no mystery tab left at the end!”