Jenners Cafés, Edinburgh

Unfortunately, Jenners itself does play piped music, quite loudly at times. If you can negotiate that, peace and quiet await you in their café areas. Both are self-service, one on the second floor and one on the fifth floor (Café Zest). Both serve coffee, snacks and light lunches. There is a different menu in each café. The view from the second floor café, looking out over Princes Street Gardens and the skyline of the Old Town, is particularly recommended.

Jenners Cafés, Edinburgh
47 Princes Street
Edinburgh EH2 2YJ
United Kingdom
Phone: 0131 225 2442

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  1. Jenners muzak!
    I refuse to enter Jenners, as last time I was there (a few years ago now) they had something much worse than piped muzak – each little department seems to have their own tape deck/CD player, and their own choice of (awful) screechy ‘Whitney Houston’ muzak. These cheap, tinny contraptions emit the most awful noise, even if it was the most the most lovely soothing music they played (which it isn’t). I suggest going somewhere else as they obviously have no regard for their customers’ shopping comfort.