THE DINING Room at 28 Great Queen Street in Edinburgh is to allow non-members to dine there for the first time in four years.
The restaurant, which is part of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, is run by award winning chef James Freeman and serves local Scottish cuisine and one of the world’s finest ranges of quality single cask and single malt whiskey’s.
Paul Miles, Managing Director of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, said "For those who have eaten here, the Dining Room has always had a great reputation as one of the best fine dining experiences available in Edinburgh.
“We have been inspired by the numerous requests from the public who want to enjoy the creative and delicious dishes on James` menu - complemented by our unrivalled selection of single malt, single cask whiskies of course. We are looking forward to sharing some of the true delights of The Scotch Malt Whisky Society with non-members.”
Chef James Freeman said: "Our menus present the best of contemporary Scottish cuisine with a French flavour and influence. Quality and taste in a relaxed atmosphere combine to offer a unique gastronomic experience in the heart of the city. As summer approaches, with the impending Festival in Edinburgh, we look forward to welcoming guests from all over the world to sample our cooking in a truly magnificent setting.”
From the beginning of May, the Dining Room will also be offering a lighter bistro-style lunch menu as an alternative option to the traditional Menu Prix Fixe.