Castle Terrace Restaurant – Edinburgh Old Town Description
Why should you visit the Castle Terrace Restaurant?
Castle Terrace restaurant formally opened its doors on July 14th 2010 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Since then, the Michelin star restaurant has been providing excellent cuisine to guests from all parts of the world.
What can guests expect?
The restaurant offers a menu that is based on Chef Patron Dominic Jack’s creations. Guests are served with the finest British cuisine inspired by French cooking techniques.
Seasonal ingredients are included in the menu. Customers can expect the freshest ingredients from Scotland.
The area is adorned by warm designs and fixtures, including a hand-printed wallpaper created by London designer Jocelyn Warner.
What is included in the menu?
The Ala Carte menu offers Velouté of broccoli served together with Dunsyre Blue cheese ravioli, guests can also avail of dishes like Tartare of Loch Duart salmon served sushi style, Freshly picked crab from Newhaven served with apple and hazelnut, Seared hand-dived Orkney scallops served with a pissaladière and wild Roquette including Pannéed veal kidney from Rungis market served with celery, mustard and mushrooms just as a starting menu.
Castle Terrace Restaurant also offers an extensive wine selection that guests can enjoy. The wine list include, dry Riesling, Macon-verse, Sauvignon Blanc, rose wine selections, like red wine, Pinotage and Bierzo including champagne and sparkling wine.
Guests can order half bottles of wine, and can request random wine servings.
Requests for Fine Dining at Castle Terrace:
Customers can request private dining, allowing friends and family to dine in peace. The private room on offer is suited for corporate lunches and dinner parties.
It can seat up to 14 guests, there are also semi-private hire tables that can be reserved by guests. An exclusive dining and hiring of the entire restaurant can also be done. The restaurant accommodates 65 guests.
If reserving for an entire event, the restaurant, bar and dining room could be used exclusively and will be closed to the public.