The Royal Scots Club prides itself in delivering an exquisite dining experience to its members and guests. Our private dining and restaurant menus are carefully created to utilise as much local produce and traditional Scottish flavour as possible.
Royal Scots Club Restaurant
Our elegant restaurant will ensure that you have the most delightful dining experience possible. Our attention to detail, both in our presentation and our service, are what makes dining at the Royal Scots Club such a special occasion.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, early supper and dinner for non-members, and also at lunchtime for members and their guests.
Private dining is available across a number of our enchanting, characterful and memorable rooms. If you're planning a private celebration, whether it is a special birthday surprise or maybe an anniversary; The Royal Scots Club offers a warm and intimate venue for gathering friends and relatives together. Please click here to see more information on private dining.
Restaurant Dress Code
Smart casual attire is acceptable in all areas of the Club with the exception of the restaurant at lunchtimes, Monday to Friday, when a jacket and tie must be worn.
During High Tea and Dinner a jacket and tie is preferred. Other than at breakfast, there is a strict ‘No Jeans’ rule for the restaurant. The dress code does not apply to private dining rooms or public areas of the club.
If you are looking for an informal bite to eat, we also offer refreshments, baked treats and light lunches in our public lounge bar.
We also have a number of special event rooms for private or corporate dining - please see the private dining page for further information.
Please visit this page to see our sample menus and wine list.
We advise guests to book in advance of their arrival to avoid disappointment at peak times.