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A Room in Leith Seafood & Game Bar
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It was a sunny evening on Leith's Shore area. After a long winter, temperatures had risen and although it wasn't quite 'taps aff', vitamin D starved...

Aizle
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“We sent the Skate back this morning, it wasn't good enough". A post-prandial chat with Chef Stuart Ralston reveals a demanding attitude to...

Bia Bistrot
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Good taste in Bruntsfield

Bijou
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This neighbourhood bistro is intimate yet buzzy, small but with glass fronted views of Leith Links. The food is unpretentious but adept and somehow ...

Bistro du Vin - Scottish suppliers, French flair
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Bistro du Vin has always been much more than just a hotel restaurant, and very much a destination in its own right for traditional French cuisine an...

Browns
Swanky brasserie on George Street

Heller's Kitchen
Bright, modern Southside bistro

Henderson's Restaurant and Bistro
City Centre, long-established vegetarian restaurant

Henrick's Bar & Bistro
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All change

King's Wark
Proprietors Lesley and Mike have been at the Kings Wark for over ten years, providing a cosy and atmospheric place offering a range of cask ales, whis...

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...

Spoon
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The first thing I liked about this Café/Bistro was the menu. The terms home-cooked, local and seasonal are not unfamiliar to Ed...

The Apartment Bistro
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Change is good

The Apiary
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Birds and bees

The Olive Branch
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This bistro has a way with ingredients.  They are used in abundance and a signature style gradually emerged as I lunched with my friend.  ...

The Shore
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The Shore is a Leith Gastro Pub that resembles a Brown Café in Amsterdam with Scottish produce whilst cooking skill and influence are obvious...

Three Birds
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  What is the first thing you do when you move into a new neighbourhood? Go for a walk? Cut an extra set of keys just in case (and leave them ...

Bistro du Vin - Get a holiday feeling, dining al fresco at Bistro du Vin.
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There’s something about dining in hotel restaurants that makes me feel like I’m on holiday. It was a slightly soggy Thursday evening that we v...

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...

Harajuku Kitchen -
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 Harajuku Kitchen is a neighbourhood bistro run by award-winning chef Kaori Simpson.  Authentic Japanese cuisine is served here based on ...

l'escargot blanc - Scottish Larder Series
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Heritage meat from The Ark of Taste When you think of extinct species it’s orangutans and pandas that spring to mind, not cows and sheep.  &...

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...

Paul Tamburrini - Modern European Cuisine.
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We are able to be as proud of our chefs in Scotland as we are of our larder.   Paul Tamburrini steers his eponymous restaurant at the H...

Southside Scran - from nature to plate
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Tom Kitchin has been busy building his hospitality empire. Last year he added The Bonnie Badger in Gullane and Southside Scran to his roll call of r...

The Campaign Room Bistro at Carberry Tower Mansion House and Estate -   Seasonal, homemade, local.
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It's a sign of a good meal when you finish up by asking for the name of the chef. In the case of The Campaign Room Bistro at Carberry Tower Mansio...

The Rabbit Hole – Straight Down the Middle
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Sweet Melinda's in Marchmont has had its burrow completely revamped by a new occupant.  Frantic strains of sawing have given way to a fresh arr...

The Walnut
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When I posted pictures of my lunch on Instagram (as you do) I was surprised that a few well known ‘Foodies’ had still not made it along to Th...

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