Flutes & Tails at Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh, United Kingdom EH12 9DN

Edinburgh Airport opened in 1915 is now eighth largest airport in the UK. Delaware North operates a number of restaurants and food outlets in the Airport just after security.

The Gathering Restaurant & Lounge is a superb spot to take in the runway views. Decorated in contemporary tartan, sandstone, granite and leather with an open flame pizza oven, the restaurant reflects the local Edinburgh heritage. Menu features traditional Scottish dishes including Haggis, neeps and tatties, Cullen skink and Scottish smoked salmon. The Gathering Deli Café & Takeaway is the perfect place for a light bite before you board.
Flutes & Tails is an elegant Champagne Bar based in Edinburgh Airport that serves exceptionally fresh and beautifully prepared charcuterie and seafood – sourced locally. The menu includes an extensive wine and champagne menu and a range of fresh seafood, including gravlax, dressed Buckie crab,  Scottish-sourced charcuterie such as venison salami and wild boar chorizo and a selection of local cheeses served with chutney and oatcakes. The food that we serve is carefully sourced, with the menus designed to highlight the origin of the product.


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    • As a leader in food service management, we operate some of the busiest and most famous kitchens in the world. 

“The U.S.-based caterer, which also looks after hospitality at Wembley Stadium and Arsenal's Emirates Stadium, has already bolstered its offer at Edinburgh Airport with the introduction of the 56-cover Flutes & Tails Seafood and Champagne Bar.”


Edinburgh Airport voted best in Europe three years running

Third time most definitely is a charm as Edinburgh Airport was named 'Best European Airport (5-10m passengers)' for the third year in a row at the 9th Annual ACI EUROPE Best Airport Awards last night at a ceremony in Istanbul. Scotland's busiest airport was singled out by judges for its focus on its customer base – both passengers and airlines – and in particular by its willingness to invest in attracting new routes to the Capital. This unprecedented win, coupled with being named the best airport in Britain for passenger satisfaction at this year's Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards in March, sees Edinburgh Airport cement itself as a one of the leading airports of its size.

Edinburgh Airport was the busiest airport in Scotland in 2013.