Un très bon repas pour un service parfait.
Great birthday dinner with my sister! Staff is excellent and food is really tasty, very Gluten free friendly (for me). Best view in Edinburgh!
Excellent service but food poor - expensive and too little of it. £100 for sausage and mash and 2 small strips of salmon and a soup along with 2 gins and water was not worth the money. Left hungry. Background music too loud. Shame as excellent location and the waiting staff were superb.
Amazing food, fantastic service and outstanding wine list. Elegant but not too fussy. We ate here Wednesday evening and the entire family decided we should go back for lunch after touring University of Edinburgh the next day. The food was amazing. Big hits were salmon three ways, Boeuf Bourgogne (one of the best beef meals I’ve had) and Chateaubriand. Desserts were fantastic too. The wine list is not very long, but very well selected and includes a number of decently aged wines from excellent producers (Mortet, Grivot, Marquis de la Guiche, Lafon and some excellent clarets too). Great spot.
Really enjoyed the whole experience of eating at The Tower. Food, service and setting are exceptional. Really made our trip to edinburgh special.
From arrival until leaving we were well looked after. The staff were very friendly, the food was amazing & I would certainly recommend to anyone thinking of going. Great view of the Castle too........... :-)
The food was excellent, not too small or large portions, well presented. Service was excellent with very little intrusions, the restaurant itself is very modernesque but not overall so. Overall an excellent dining experience which begs one to go back to.
We have eaten here many times and always enjoy the food, service and atmosphere.
Quite simply IMMACULATE. The ‘Yule family’
Terrible service and so-so food.
Excellent dinner here. Beautiful setting and terrific food.
Enjoyed my meal here but the food quality was varied. My starter (game terrine) and desert (Apple and cinnamon crumble) were excellent but my main (turkey) was only average with the turkey overcooked. However, my wife's main (risotto) was excellent. There is a good menu to choose from. We were on the table d'hote which was £38 for 3 courses. (good value if all three courses were good) The service really is first class and the ambience is of a good quality restaurant which is well filled. There were all ages there and tables varied from couples to a group of 12. We'd certainly go back.
Excellent meal with my daughter. The setting and decor are lovely. Staff very friendly and helpful. Menu good and food very tasty. The atmosphere was great. Would recommend.
Very good food and excellent service in very smart surroundings
Excellent service and good quality food. Little expensive but no problem as everything ok.
Absolutely loved our meal with our friends. Food is pricey, but good. Biggest problem was that the Open Table reservation was not there when we arrived. Thankfully they had a table available for us.
The Tower has a wonderful view of the Castle but the rest of the experience was not special.
This was a special treat. The ambiance was very nice, food exceptional, and service attentive and friendly. Three of us had steaks and one had the bouillabaisse—all amazing. The peanut butter sundae and rice pudding were to die for. You wonts be disappointed!
We chose a top restaurant from the websites and were not disappointed. A memorable night.
Wonderful view, perfect service, excellent food. Will return if we come to Edinburgh.
Feb 2018 new location and everything was great. Service was spot on. The crowd was small. The food was well seasoned and a good presentation.
Went to have dinner and see fireworks service was ok waiter not up to the same standards as in previous visits ... left a little disappointed ... food was ok but not the usual outstanding dinner ...
A must when in Edinburgh. The service was stellar.
We always choose The Tower to celebrate special occasions and it doesn’t disappoint. Our table for two with a view of Edinburgh Castle was complemented by the personal service with fabulous food. You won’t be disappointed if you choose to eat there. Top tip - go at sunset to watch the skyline change.
Fine dining without the fuss. Quite simply, a long chatty lunch for five persons was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. Food, wine, service, ambience, comfort all excellent Four of the party had the three course table d'hôte menu and although the choice for each course was only three dishes, the range of food types was good and the quality and presentation couldn't be faulted. The view through the panoramic windows over the rooftops towards Edinburgh Castle is great - but only if you sit more than halfway along the room, which is long and fairly narrow. But the shape of the room doesn't affect the good overall experience.
La vista es lo que vale la pena y a pesar de haber mejor mesa no nos la dieron
One of my Edinburgh favourites with a good and reasons-priced wine list. Heartily recommended
Fantastic gem! Spectacular food - simple pasta with mushrooms and truffle but the taste was amazing. We sat outside on the terrace with a glass of champagne, pasta and those amazing castle views. The service was personal, quirky and fitted into our whole experience - we loved our waiter.
The food didn’t meet our expectations. The food was mediocre and pricey.
Absolutely fabulous ... loved it all and such fab weather to sit on the terrace with coffee afterwards ... just brilliant !
This was our second visit from Canada to Edinburgh and The Tower. We remembered and were delighted to experience again the incredible view of the castle, delicious food and excellent service.
Our last night in Edinburgh. Wow! What a find. Everything good I read in the reviews before hitting reserved turned out to be true. 5 Stars! Food, Service, Quality, Care.... all top drawer. Go!
The Tower is the perfect spot for enjoying incredible views of Edinburgh Castle. The menu features some very imaginative cocktails, and delicious options for a leisurely lunch. I would highly recommend that you add The Tower to your “must” list whilst visiting Edinburgh!
The restaurant sits at the top of the National Museum of Scotland & entry is via a lift from the lobby. This is all well & good although doesn't represent a very welcoming atmosphere when the museum security guard does not allow you to proceed to the lift until he confirms your booking via his printed sheet. Due to some booking conflict between OT & the restaurant, my wife & I were made to feel as if we had made up the reservation until I was able to show the security guard an e-mail confirmation. Only then did we manage to escape " a night at the museum" and up to the restaurant.
Once there, we were met by an apologetic gentleman who said there were issues with Open Table bookings, but went on to arrange a nice table by the window. The food was very good and the service attentive with the menu covering vegan options which was also very welcome.
Although not exactly cheap, the food was excellent but for a restaurant in this price bracket, I would expect a more welcoming reception. From my experience last night, we very nearly turned on our heals before the evening began so maybe there is an area for improvement here.
Excellent meal and service as usual. It was very quiet with only one other table in use but still has a great ambience
Its an incredible spot on top of the museum with super views over Edinburgh. Its a bit like a secret entrance (think Man from Uncle if you are of a certain age). The food and wine were very good. I thought the pastry overpowered the haggis on my main BUT faultless otherwise. Staff were great. BUT it is not cheap. I also saw they had a 'two/three course set menu' AFTER we had eaten This wasn't offered to us. Rather disappointing.
Excellent service, food, and ambiance.
The restaurant has an excellent atmosphere, view, service and dinner!!
Great ambience! Beautiful location and food
The service and ambience was very good. Staff were very attentive. The food was delivered to our table in good time. The food, in part, was disappointing. The starters were fine, but we were not impressed by both main courses . The confit of chicken was no more than a very small piece of meat swimming in a sea of lentils. The presentation was messy and the lentils had a metallic aftertaste. The Jacob's beef was dry and over seasoned and the horseradish tasteless. The dessert was acceptable.
Given we had spent nearly £90, including wine, for a disappointing meal, we could not recommend it to friends.
Great meal and wine. Only disappointment was the quarter red cabbage with the duck. Far too big spoilt the dish.