We are delighted to take reservations for Cafe Modern Two,
within the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Belford Road, Edinburgh.
Cafe Modern Two is one of Edinburgh’s best kept secrets where the emphasis is on fresh
simple food prepared to order and served to your table.
Our daily changing “special” will usually have a Mediterranean influence and there will also
be soup, an antipasti platter as well as a selection of breads with a variety of mouth watering
toppings on offer. Don’t leave without trying our wonderfully moist lemon and polenta cake
or our heavenly Belgian chocolate brownie.
We also take reservations online for the Gran Caffè in the Signet Library,
The Royal Mile, Edinburgh.
You can make your reservation for this cafe here
Bringing a flavour of the continent to Edinburgh’s Parliament Square, at the Gran Caffè we
offer the very best in Italian inspired coffee and pastries,delicious lunches, afternoon tea and
more. Our menu will include cr ispy pancetta and roasted vine ripened tomato focaccia, daily
changing bruschetta with toppings - such as fig, dolcelatte and honey and chargrilled courgette
with red onion, mint & feta and homemade fishcakes with aoili & salad, all perfect autumnal
fare. Don’t miss our homemade biscotti with an expertly brewed Illy coffee, while our home
baking and baci d’angelo, or angel’s kisses, add an Italian twist to the Classic Gran Caffè
We also take reservations online for the Stables Tearoom,
within the beautiful Hopetoun House
You can make your reservation for the tearoom here
Set within Hopetoun House at South Queensferry, the 18th Century Adam Stables and Courtyard have been extensively restored to their original splendour. Complete with stalls, stone flooring, wrought iron candle sconces and many other original features they now provide a magnificent setting for our traditional Tearoom complete with waitress service. A delicious selection of home-made pastries, scones and a selection of sandwiches, salads and soups is available, although our traditional afternoon teas are a firm favourite with regulars.