In all the time we have been visiting Edinburgh every time we passed this place,
which is the Garden Cafe at the Dome in Rose Street, it has been closed with the paving under several inches of rain. The building behind used the be the HQ of the Commercial Bank of Scotland and was designed by David Rhind in 1844. Fortunately it no longer belongs to a bank and has been converted into restaurants and a conference centre. From what I have read the interior is very grand, with some nice 1930s glass, so perhaps we will get a chance to explore that some time in the future. This time we contented ourselves with a couple of Innes and Gunn ales and a plate of Nachos to keep the wolf from the door.
It was very good with freshly made guacamole, jalapeno chilis and cheese and not bad value at £9,50.