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Name of restaurant inside/above Edinburgh Library??

by welshwanderer


Can anyone tell me the name of the restaurant that is either inside the main Library or above it in Edinburgh please? My friend went there for food sometime this year and said it was great but cannot remember the name of it, can anyone help me? Is there a website?

Thanks in advance :-)

Re: Name of restaurant inside/above Edinburgh Library??

by puerto_lover

Don't know it but maybe you refer to the restaurant that is:

Located on the roof of Scotland's finest 20th-century building, the Tower takes its name from the striking stone entrance tower of the sandstone-clad Museum of Scotland.

Web site is :

and museum is:

Re: Name of restaurant inside/above Edinburgh Library??

by welshwanderer

Thanks. I was incorrect about the library so many thanks for informing me that I was thinking of the museum. I shall definitely check out the website ;-)

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

You can't miss it

by Alex_71

I think that edinburgh's castle is just amazing:his position is great and you can have a great view of all the city.You can walk inside it and return back of centuries thinking at the Bravehearth movie and at medieval period.It's a classical touristic thing but i think you can't asbolutely miss it The panoramic view is amazing..and just that is enough.But if you are a "medeival age"fan well,then you'll love to walk inside the castle and discover every place in it:with your imagination you'll return back of centuries

A must in Edinburgh is the...

by markwalk

A must in Edinburgh is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. Some of the shows are extremely hard for forget good or bad! The buzz around the city and nightlife is hard to beat except maybe at the Edinburgh Hogmany at New Year. This is the party to be at in the world!!! The pubs in Edinburgh! You are never far from one and most will recieve you with a true welcome especially in the city centre.

People don't usually tip in...

by Bartender

People don't usually tip in bars, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't! If you're impressed with service any bartender will appreciate a tip. Better still, buy them a drink. (The drink will usually be saved for the end of the night, not drunk there and then.)

The strange beers with the numbers ( '80/-' and '70/-') are called eighty shilling and seventy shilling (or just 'eighty' etc) Several different companies make their own versions, Caledonian being (in my humble opinion) the best.
The names come from the tax that used to be payable per barrel; the higher the alcoholic strength, the more tax you paid. 60/- and 90/- are also available, but they're quite rare.

Princess Gardens

by Andrew_Vodo

When we walked along the Princess gardens, we saw a very interesting clock made of flowers. You can see it on the picture. It works :) The clock was specially designed for the 50-th anniversary of the Queen's reign.

Bass Rock - Tantalon Castle

by keeweechic

Bass Rock - Tantallon Castle in the Firth of Forth .

Tantallon Castle is just a shadow of its original construction. The main structure used to comprise a 12ft thick curtain wall built right across the headland with a deep ditch cut through the rock in front and by the natural cliffs on the other three sides. Tantallon's origins date back to the First Earl of Douglas in 1358.

Tantallon Castle lies just off the A198, east of North Berwick. Open all year round.

The first inhabitant of Bass Rock was a monk of Lindisfarne used the island as a retreat for prayer and meditation. A lighthouse was constructed on the island in 1902.


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