We have provided all staff with Personal Protective Equipment and training on cleaning and hygiene procedures. We have introduced new cleaning rotas and safety stations for all guests. We have configured our restaurants and bars and will only be providing table service to allow for social distancing. On arrival, all guests will receive a temperature check from a member of staff and we are supporting Test & Protect. Please note, any guest who displays a temperature consistent with a fever will be asked to re-schedule their booking. We are providing scenario-based guidance to all employees on how to work through various COVID-19 related situations.
We will constantly review all processes and procedures in line with any new Scottish Government guidelines or advice to ensure the safety of our staff and guests.
Last updated: 8 September 2020
Buzzing with life, this flashy bistro and bar should be on every cocktail lover’s radar.
City centre diners don’t come much glitzier than this spacious hotel brasserie where mood lighting and imaginative design provide a glittering backdrop for delighted selfies. Larger groups make use of impressive beaded booths lining one wall while cosy twos and fours settle in chic feasting zones surrounding a large sparkling cocktail bar, lit by a suitably bling display of pinks and purples. The menu has a contemporary fusion vibe making use of Asian spices, seasonal ingredients and precise presentation. A substantial starter of beef rendang comes as two fluffy Asian bao buns stuffed with rich warming stew. A succulent main of confit chicken leg is served with a grilled breast and mild, fruity red curry sauce with lively highlights of coconut and lemongrass. Puddings include a creamy passion fruit panacotta offset with thin slivers of pineapple, coconut crunch and sharp mint. It's a cool hangout, popular with twenty and thirtysomethings, especially on Friday and Saturday nights when resident (occasionally name) DJs spin the decks.
Step into Tigerlily and discover Edinburgh’s most talked-about boutique hotel, bar and restaurant. Tigerlily is the perfect destination for just about anything. Casual midweek catchups, birthday nights out, a celebratory meal, a weekend away with friends or a couple’s getaway. Unveil the fun and luxury of Tigerlily with every visit.
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- Private dining: Up to 16 covers
- No. overnight rooms: 33
- Provides: Gluten-free options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Contemporary
- Live entertainment: DJ every Friday and Saturday from 9pm
- Capacity: 140
- Largest group: 200
- Open since: 2006
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 21
- House wine: £22 per bottle
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