Azas Kitchen The end of Lunchquest is nigh but there always seems to be one more place and one more point of interest to capture before we finally swan off into the sunset. Today’s hook was the words ‘homemade lorne sausage’ on the window of a little all-day takeaway cafe called Azas Kitchen. Right next …

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Three.14 I was feeling a little ropey after another fun evening of reacquainting myself with the delights of midweek drinking in Edinburgh. I was in need of sustenance relatively close at hand so headed for a bakery called Three.14 which was new to me. The name is a pi/pie riff. It’s always good to see …

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Mumbai Diners Club Haymarket has been a site of furious hospitality change during my absence. As well as many new openings, a stir around of new and existing businesses saw Shebeen take over the Mumbai Mansion site on Morrison Street, La Casa move in where Shebeen was, and Chinatown on Atholl Place become the Mumbai …

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Annakut I’d heard some strong reports in Indian vegan and vegetarian specialist Annakut so was keen to visit while I was staying on this side of the city. They serve their full a la carte at lunchtime. It features dishes with a multi-region Indian approach with a number of dishes from Kerala, Gujarat and Punjab. …

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Merienda I was sad to hear that Goya 23 had ceased trading as I was a fan of their Spanish stylings and excellent range of sherry. In its place comes another place with a Spanish influence called Merienda. Featuring small plates in the tapas style, the emphasis is on local produce prepared with care. I …

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