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New head chef is catch of the day at Port Appin hotel One of Scotland’s top chefs has been added to the  menu at The Pierhouse Hotel & Seafood Restaurant at Port Appin in Argyl.  ...
New Year's menu from Chef Nico Simeone In his latest offering Chef Nico Simeone invited the public to vote on the six dishes they enjoyed most in 2019 to create a six-course tasting men...
Mackie’s launches world’s first haggis, neeps and tatties crisps THE PUBLIC will finally be able to enjoy the world-renowned flavour of haggis, neeps and tatties in potato crisp form, thanks to a brand synony...
Ice-cream activists Ben & Jerry's cone together for a sweeter world New flavour "Cone Together” highlights the need for a more coordinated, compassionate response to the reality of displacement Ice cream activist...
Latest Reviews
Piggs - Jamón Jamón He's back. That was the word on the street last year that greeted the return of Señor 'Iggy' Campos. If hospitality is known for big...
Spry Spry is sparse and pure like a birch tree.  The new wine bar/bottle shop has Nordic minimalist décor of white walls and wood, int...
Decanter - Bruntsfield's new best friend Who said Edinburghers were cold and unfriendly? Not in the lovely Decanter Bruntsfield wine bar - so new that the carpenters were still winding up ...
Los Cardos -  Fresh-Mex at Leith Walk hotspot We’ve eaten too much! Mr Bite and I have treated ourselves to a takeaway from Los Cardos (Spanish for thistles) and it looks like it’s going to...
La Favorita - the favourite You may recognise La Favorita from those bright yellow Fiat 500s zooting around the city, delivering pizza to Edinburgh residents. Well, right ...
Dine - It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas Mr Bite is excited. We are off to Dine, the plush restaurant located above The Traverse Theatre, and we have had great meals there in the past. We a...
Ostara - Sunday Roast Ostara isn't the sort of place you stumble across. Tucked down a quiet street in Leith, you are very unlikely to find it by mistake. However, once y...
Rosevear Tea - more than just a cuppa ... Growing up there was always a brew on the go, but not in a good way. When I say a brew always on the go, I mean my mother would have a stained stain...
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What's in Season - Let it Snow, PLEASE! This Christmas will be a little different at Chez Bunny. The Boy will be staying in Dubai to celebrate with his friends (not through choice but for ...
Frangipane Filo Fruit Tart August! UGGH! Why do I take a deep breath in for this month? In Edinburgh it's festival season and the city expands like a bloated balloon fit to bu...
Mackerel Memories Sometimes inspiration for WiS is a little difficult to dig out, a bit like this month. I've breathed a sigh of relief as September hits Edinburgh,...
Browse Wine Latest Wine Reviews
A Christmas Case of Wine by AL Henderson Santa season is approaching. All is not well – reports from the far north suggest Santa is fed up with the supermarket wines that well-intentioned...
Davy Zyw Hot on the heels of The Edinburgh International Book Festival where wine writer Davy Zyw talked about his book  101 Champagnes Mrs Bite sent ...
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Eat Walk Tours Foodie Walking tours of Edinburgh   Guided walking tours of Edinburgh's Old & New Towns Visit unusual/hidden restaurants, ...
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