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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...

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...

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

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 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...

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

La Garrigue - French flair, Scottish produce
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When it comes to produce La Garrigue walks the walk.   The restaurant is named after the scrubland of the Languedoc-Roussillon in the Sou...

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...

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

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