21212 is a regal and refined restaurant with rooms in Edinburgh, where grand Georgian design meets its match in the kitchen.
21212 is Edinburgh's only Michelin starred restaurant with rooms, sitting in a listed Georgian townhouse on Edinburgh’s Royal Terrace. Set over four floors, it is light, spacious and airy. It’s also elegant, sumptuously decorated and enjoys commanding views to the Firth of Forth and beyond from the upper level rooms.
Interiors are spacious and serene, perfect to return to, post-indulgence in the dining room. The 4 stylish suites, with their fabulous bed linen, state-of-the-art bathrooms and dreamy views over the city rooftops, are sublime. The draw for most, however, is Paul Kitching’s flair in the kitchen, which won him a Michelin star within 8 months of opening. It’s in the hotel’s opulent restaurant that you’ll learn the significance of the name: there are just 2 starters, 1 soup, 2 mains, 1 cheese plate and 2 desserts.