Terrace bar with views of Edinburgh Castle create gin and tonic menu ahead of opening

An expert bar team has concocted an exclusive gin and tonic menu, created to be enjoyed on the terrace of a five-star hotel with spectacular views of Edinburgh Castle in time for summer.

Friday, 9th April 2021, 12:30 pm
Updated Friday, 9th April 2021, 2:12 pm

The One Square Terrace in the five-star Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa Edinburgh, is set to reopen on April 26.

Their new Capital G&T menu features some of the finest gins Edinburgh has to offer.

The menu features the bar’s very own One Square Gin which is made by Pickering’s at Summerhall distillery and garnished with grapefruit to offer a burst of bold, citrusy flavour, and an intensely refreshing Lind and Lime Gin which is distilled in Leith and designed to be enjoyed simply with a lime wedge and light tonic.

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The One Square Terrace will be open daily from 12pm – 10pm from 26 April and tables should be reserved in advance.

All of the gins on the menu are priced at £6 each.

One Square also offers a wide selection of wines, beers, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks, all of which can be savoured as you relax and take in the iconic castle views from the comfort of the terrace.

Guests can fuel up on a menu of light bites and classic bar dishes including our signature One Square Burger, club sandwich and caesar salad.

The One Square Terrace will be open daily from 12pm until 10pm from April 26 and tables should be reserved in advance.

Bookings can be made on the One Square Edinburgh website.

The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa Edinburgh will also welcome guests looking for a city break or staycation from the same date.

As part of their stay, guests can enjoy access to the 19m Swimming Pool and warm-water rooftop Hydropool in the award-winning spa, One Spa.

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