The business in question was Daizy Delicious a purveyor of crepes and waffles, across sweet and savoury options.
After catching up with market supervisor Tania and waving to the Edin-Burgers, I ordered a savoury crepe and took a seat while it was prepared.
The Italian Job (£4) featured mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and fresh basil. It promptly arrived looking rather neat. It proved good eating with particularly profuse basil balancing the melted cheese and sweet tomatoes.
I had room for dessert so gave one of their wacky waffles on a stick (£3) a try, opting for the caramel sauce variety. The waffle was lovely and lightly crisp. The sauce, studded with hundreds and thousands, was buttery and sweet.
So overall, I enjoyed my stop at Daizy Delicious. It served me two nicely prepared snacks with warmly welcoming service. It’s a good new reason to visit the Localmotive Market, as it continues to build its profile in a station that’s otherwise very poorly served for food options.