Colonnades : 0131 226 1064
Events : 0131 225 0651

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Try the fantastic set menu at Colonnades
Poached rhubarb mess, meringue, sorbet, vanilla custard, macaron
Chicken Caesar croquettes, shallot ash, pancetta, quail egg, parmesan gel
Spring vegetable dumplings, tofu, baby corn, beech mushroom, fragrant consommé
Sea reared trout, wild garlic salsa verde, burnt orange, violet potato, rainbow chard

Fringe Festival season at Colonnades  

The Festival season will be upon us soon enough. To make your Edinburgh Festival experience even more memorable, Colonnades have prepared something very special. Edinburgh’s finest afternoon tea destination will expand the menu to include a 2 course or 3 course dinner menu to complement our renowned afternoon tea which has received rave reviews.                   

A visit to Colonnades is a wonderful experience, dare we say unique and a wonderful antidote to the hustle and bustle of the Royal Mile in the Fringe, a place to relax in and absorb the fabulous atmosphere. Open seven days a week during the Edinburgh Festivals season, the Signet Library is always the place to see and be seen in August.

Our exclusive dinner menu runs from 2nd – 26th August

See the menu here, please note that it is seasonal and depends on the availability of the ingredients.  

Dinner is served Monday to Saturday 6pm – 8pm (last seating) 

You can also enjoy a delicious afternoon teaMonday - Sunday 11am – 5pm (last seating)

See the exclusive August afternoon tea menu here. 

How to book

We invite you to book online to make your reservation (use the booking facility on this page) or call 0131 226 1064. Please note we only take reservations for afternoon tea and the 2 or 3 course dinner menu.

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The Signet Library is owned and operated by The Society of Writers to Her Majesty’s Signet (The WS Society), a corporation recognised under the law of Scotland.