November 12, 2016 Burger, Meadowbank No Comments

Snappy’s

Sometimes a walk off the beaten culinary path isn’t so much a foraging expedition as a trip to Meadowbank to check out one of its down-at-heel eateries. By this logic I stopped in at Snappy’s just across the road from Meadowbank House.

Exterior

Exterior

A straightforward takeaway, the counter set-up was very familiar. The blend of breakfast rolls and light lunch options was similarly recognisable.

I was hooked in by talk of a cheeseburger and chips option for the very reasonable cost of £3.50, so I ordered that.

The friendly counter woman was quickly about directing operations to ensure that these items were with me in quick time.

I thought it best to take up station at one of their shelf seats and commence munching there.

Burger n chips

Burger n chips

The chips were pretty routine and while the burger wasn’t of the best quality it packed decent flavour as it had a good fat content to it. It provided solidly pleasing eating.

So overall, Snappy’s lives up to its name in that it serves quick dishes to a good standard. It wasn’t the best burger in history but it was a fair feed for the money. I’d be happy enough to stop by again when next in the neighbourhood.

Scores
Blythe scores Snappy’s
3/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
3/5 for setting
3/5 for service
giving an overall 12/20

I ate: cheeseburger and chips

I wore: grey overcoat

Total bill: £3.50

Address: 28 Parson’s Green Terrace, London Road, Meadowbank, Edinburgh EH8 7AF

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Written by BKR