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Reviews In French (Total Reviews 22, Showing: 9 -> 16)
La P'tite Folie - A little madness in the West End
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"Would beef carpaccio and ribeye steak be bovine overload do you think?” My dining partner asked as we perused the tempting...

Le Di Vin
Divine Wine at Le Di-Vin "Wine bar". For those of us who grew up in the 80s this term evokes memories of venues packed with punters dressed li...

Malmasion Brasserie
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Mother Mal

Pompadour
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This is a very pretty restaurant; a second floor corner room in The Caledonian overlooks the West End and has cornicing, decorative plaster, large...

The Honours
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August 2011   Does Martin Wishart have a painting in his attic? Edinburgh's first Michelin man looks as fresh ...

Bistro Du Vin - Je ne regrette rien
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 A visit to Bistro du Vin to sample the new Autumnal menu is like slipping into a warm bath; the Gallic equivalent of hygge where comforting ru...

Bistro Du Vin - Unbuttoned and al fresco
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'The Gascony Paradox' is the name given to phenomenon whereby despite the large amounts of saturated fat eaten by the French they have a very low in...

Café Rouge
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Ooh la la or just okay Café Rouge opened in 1989 as a small chain and has been sold a number of times since. It was a regular haunt of the h...

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