Another early start near the Shore meant the opportunity to give another local cafe a try. I’d been a fan of Loaded’s uncomplicated and filling sandwiches, so was sad to see it had closed down, but Daisy’s Deli looked brightly hued and potentially interesting so I popped in to see what was what.
The space is bright and airy with quite a welcoming feel to it, but I was simply in takeaway mood so didn’t chose to test their seats for comfort.
I ordered at the counter where the friendly chap was soon about the task of prepping my link sausage roll. Much like at Harvest this was prepared using part cooked bangers finished on a sandwich press.
The item was soon with me with the minimum of fuss. I handed over cash, exchanged cheery good wishes for a pleasant day ahead and was on my way.
It proved a solidly good eat. The sausages were well cooked and the roll was a good soft floury bap. It made for an enjoyable breakfast munch.
So overall, Daisy’s Deli looks a decent little sandwich cafe. It served me a good breakfast roll and their menu looked to hold some tempting options. Stop by and check it out next time you’re down this way.
Blythe scores Daisy’s Deli
3.5/5 for food
3/5 for presentation
3.5/5 for setting
3.5/5 for service
giving an overall 13.5/20
I ate: link sausage roll
I wore: blue shirt
Total bill: £1.80
Address: 58 Bernard Street, Edinburgh EH6 6PR