Castle Terrace 333

33-35 Castle Terrace , Edinburgh, EH1 2EL

0131 229 1222

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  • Castle Terrace, Restaurant, Edinburgh
  • Castle Terrace
  • Castle Terrace, Restaurant, Edinburgh
  • Castle Terrace, Restaurant, Edinburgh
  • Castle Terrace, Restaurant, Edinburgh
  • Castle Terrace, Restaurant, Edinburgh

SquareMeal Review of Castle Terrace

There’s something rather special about Dominic Jack’s contemporary dining room in a Georgian townhouse beneath Edinburgh Castle Mound. Like its elder sibling The Kitchin, Castle Terrace is the real deal: the food is out of the top drawer, service seldom misses a beat, and there are treasures galore on the high-value wine list. ‘From nature to plate’ is the now-familiar mantra, and raw materials of distinguished provenance go into starters ranging from a tartare of Shetland salmon ‘served sushi style’ to a pâté ‘en croûte’ of roe deer from Stobo Estate, served with pear, prune and port. Every detail is also spot-on when it comes to clear-flavoured mains such as roast monkfish wrapped in Ayrshire ham with peas à la française or stuffed Inverurie rabbit accompanied by smoked aubergine, fennel and basil gnocchi. To conclude, a veritable galaxy of smile-inducing desserts might feature anything from dark chocolate and orange delice to strawberry pannacotta with vanilla and yoghurt sorbet. Great-value lunch packages are worth a punt, and engaging staff make everyone feel valued. 

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Edinburgh Station 768m

Haymarket Station 1km


Address: 33-35 Castle Terrace , Edinburgh EH1 2EL

Opening times

Tues-Sat 12N-2pm 6.30-10pm

Nearby Landmarks

Edinburgh Castle 233m

Georgian House, Charlotte Square 565m


Telephone: 0131 229 1222


Cuisine: British

Private Dining: 16


Food & Drink: 10.0

Service: 10.0

Atmosphere: 10.0

Value: 10.0

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Miss Espresso Martini 31 January 2012

Brilliant. What a great way to spend a cold January Saturday afternoon, and superb value. We arrived slightly early and were ushered to our seats, a party of five and all selected the £24 three course menu – four of us indulged in the matching wines. Once our questions were answered and order taken, melt in the mouth canapés arrived to wet our appetite. As an aperitif we elected on a dry sherry, recommended by the Sommelier. The Sommelier also suggested Snow Queen ‘spelt’ vodka for one guest who wasn’t drinking grapes. This complimented her meal well. To start the Ravioli of Bowmont Valley partridge with marjoram, red cabbage and partridge consommé. Melt in the mouth ravioli in a delicate, delicious consommé. The majority of us opted for the Roasted rump of Inverurie lamb, with winter vegetables, kidney brochette and chorizo jus. Succulent and perfectly cooked. Whilst waiting for the dessert menu, a couple next to us had ordered cheese, and spying the amazing cheese platter made up all of our minds. We were allowed 5 cheeses from the selection of British and French cheeses, explained perfectly by the cheese waitress, who also recommended we eat from left to right, as the cheeses were laid out in strength. All wines were explained before each course. I wish that I had written them down as they certainly complimented the dishes. Overall a truly great experience and fantastic value! Although my stomach wouldn’t have allowed for it, I could have happily stayed and done it all again.

Private Dining Room
Capacity: 16