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Owner's description

Offering à la carte and members’ club menus, enjoy fine dining in the 1930s art deco style restaurant; a tranquil and discreet dining room for lunch and dinner offering fine dining in a unique ambiance.

For members staying in the club breakfast will be served in the Restaurant. 

 If you are attending any of the forthcoming lectures held in association with the Art Fund at ROSL, then why not combine your visit with a lunch or dinner at the Restaurant? View our special offer here. 

 We also offer a selected menu for parties of 8 or more dining in the Restaurant to reduce delays in serving time. Please call or email the details below for more information. 


 Opening times:


Monday - Friday:

        Breakfast: 7.30am-10am

        Lunch: 12pm-3pm

        Dinner: 7pm-9.30pm  



       Breakfast: 8am-10.30am

       Lunch: Closed

       Dinner: 7pm-9.30pm



        Breakfast: 8am-10.30am 

        Lunch: Closed

        Dinner: Closed   


Dress code

Jackets are required for men, no jeans or trainers allowed.

Over-Seas House, 100 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3AB

The 2018 Harden's Guide

2018 Hardens Restaurant Guide

"User friendly in price, size and outlook"

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