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Reviews In French (Total Reviews 22, Showing: 1 -> 22)
Cafe Marlayne
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Mr Bite is sporting his Eagles of Death Metal tee for our visit to this French Bistro on cobbled Thistle Street. Paris is close to our hearts and ou...

Cafe St Honore
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Gallic meets Gaelic

Chez Jules
Bistro-style French fare in the town centre

Galvin Brasserie de Luxe
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Trust me, he's one to watch" was the nod from a well-kent Edinburgh chef about Fraser Alan, currently cooking at Brasserie de Luxe. I had complete...

Bistro du Vin
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As a teenager I used to pass Bistro Du Vin in Bristo Place everyday – an iconic building that was once ‘Bedlam’, the city's lunatic asylum. N...

l'escargot blanc - Mangalitsa Pork Dinner
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Oh my god – did you go to that – I am so jealous! This was the exclamation from an acquaintance when I mentioned I had been to a Mangalitsa dinne...

L'Escargot Bleu
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A little slice of France in the heart of Edimbourg

La Garrigue
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La Garrigue is a French restaurant specialising in cuisine and wine from the Languedoc area of the South of France. Founder Jean Michel G...

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...

Jule Verne Brasserie Francaise & Cafe - On y va!
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Edinburgh loves a new restaurant and this year the city has seen a gastronomic expansion to rival the infamous Mr Creosote’s waistline in Monty ...

L'escargot blanc a vin
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What had been a sorely underused downstairs space below L'Escargot Blanc restaurant has now been revitalised by the acquisition of small premises...

La Petit Mort
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  The neighbourhood restaurant took on a new dimension. My friend had cracked her knee bone and so we were looking for somewhere she could ...

Le Roi Fou
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Salon life   Vibrant green Wye Valley asparagus and day-glo pink rhubarb both force their way through the cold dark ground of the hungry g...

Raclette at Le Di-Vin
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The cheese-loaded comfort food that’s great for sharing. Melted cheese, charcuterie and a big bowl of potatoes. What's not to like?  These ...

The Wee Restaurant
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It may be called a 'wee' restaurant due to originally having a mere 40 covers at its first site in North Queensferry but this restaurant is big on...

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