This week they’d added a little seating area, so I took the opportunity to sit down at a table and sample delights from a couple of different stalls.Firstly, I popped to Edin-Burgers to give their meaty treats a try then just along the way I found an intriguing looking juice stall called Currito so picked up a drink from there.
I opted for a haggis burger topped with cheese and onion (£4) cooked fresh on the grill. It proved to be a profusely delicious eat packed with peppery goodness. I was very pleased with it.Currito Cafe usually match their juices with curry-filled wraps (curry burrito = currito) but were focussing on juice, today. I sampled little tasters of their rhubarb, jasmine and ginger, chai and cucumber and mint varieties, settling upon the latter for a full portion (£2.75).
It was just the thing for a bright and sunny day under the station’s glass roof. It packed plenty of refreshing flavour so was very satisfying.So overall, I was really pleased with my samplings from today’s market. My haggis burger was very good and the juice lovely and fresh. I look forward to visiting again (probably next week) to try more tasty treats.