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Reviews In Italian (Total Reviews 22, Showing: 1 -> 22)
 Piccolino - Italian street food that is not pizza
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Street food is the new black. The trend is spreading fast because it is quick to eat, relatively cheap and often the best way to get a first t...

Al-Dente
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Regional Italian

Cannonball Restaurant
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Landmark dining You should have just eaten it alive, said Mr Bite referring to my plate of venison, it barely touched the sides. Already you see I ...

Contini
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Heavy to heavenly: reinventing the Italian restaurant   The Contini family was one of the first to establish an Edinburgh restaurant empi...

Cucina
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  The 5* G&V Royal Mile Hotel has recently come into its own following a revamp featuring the new ‘botanical’ Epicurean cocktail bar. ...

Divino Enoteca
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Italian Wine Cellar

Enzo Bar & Restaurant
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The Quartermile complex, on the edge of the Old Town, is a juxtaposition of the Victorian baronial sandstone buildings of the old Royal Infirmary wi...

Gran Caffè
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Books, barristers and bakes

Isola
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Sardo ‘artiginale’  Unremarkable. This was my first impression of Isola as I peeked through the window. I had arrived ahead of my companio...

Jamie's Italian
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Forget independent eateries 'Jamie's' is all about feeding the masses. With 250 covers and 96 staff, the ...

Locanda de Gusti
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Locanda de Gusti is a family run restaurant and sitting in the new location at Dalry (previously at Broughton St) Mr Bite and me feel it.  ...

Mia
One thing's for sure Mia is a very popular restaurant. It had only been open a couple of months when me and Mr Bite visited but it was already No.3 ...

Mono - Not at all black and white
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Edinburgh is currently a dream for food lovers with interesting restaurants opening regularly in each corner of the city.   A few months ...

Nero a Metà  Sardinia comes to Slateford
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Nero a metà is a sibling to the Italian restaurants Locanda de Gusti and 1926 Pizzeria and was launched by Papà Chef Rosario Sartore earlier thi...

Otro - Italy, the garden of Europe
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Italian Cook Book, The Silver Spoon, tells us that Italy was once known as the Garden of Europe. Italians love their vegetables. Open the book at Ar...

Radici Italian Bistro
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Walking in Stockbridge a few months ago, I noticed an "opening soon” sign for a restaurant with an Italian name, Radici and ever since I had wante...

Tani Modi - From Rimini with Love
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Everyone remembers the Friends episode where Monica and billionaire boyfriend Pete go to Italy ‘for dinner’. Without a private jet and, apparent...

The White Witch Italian Food, Scottish Mood
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Restaurants often intrigue me due to their name or location and this was the case with  'The White Witch: Italian Food & Scottish Mood', a ...

The Wine House Hotel 1821
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  What better way to get over a week of dental agony caused by an abscess a four-course Italian meal!    My invite was from The ...

Vittoria
Situated at a prime location on George IV Bridge, with a capacity of 225 diners over two levels, Vittoria ‘On the Bridge’offers a classic extensiv...

Vittoria goes veggie - the original al fresco on Leith Walk
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Sitting in the warmth with the sun on my face, I reflect on how many times I’ve sat in this spot on Leith Walk, watching the people walking up a...

West Room - Cicchetti
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 Have you ever been to Venice? If so you can't forget the architecture, the canals, the beauty of a timeless city but also the Cicchetti. ...

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