Edinburgh's Hawksmoor restaurant has reopened following a brief refurbishment period and has opened its doors to its new private dining room.
Located at the Edinburgh Grand hotel on West Register Street, the building occupies the previous residence of the Royal Bank of Scotland branch and has opened the city's largest private dining room.
The building is the former premises of a branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland and the new private dining area is a nod to its history and is thought to be the room where bank tellers worked. Co-Owner Huw Gott helped with the set up ahead of the space opening to the public today and has already had enquiries about weddings and events. The restored space has beautiful proportions with limestone walls, original window settings, natural light, reclaimed parquet flooring and leather bound seating. The Tellers' Room is the largest private dining room in Edinburgh and holds 48 diners or 60 people standing Hawksmoor offer lunch and dinner menus, set menus, pre and post theatre menus and Sunday roasts. The opening of The Tellers' Room coincides with the Hawksmoor's first birthday celebrations in Edinburgh.