Radici I was sad to hear that Rafael’s had closed as it had both served me both an excellent dinner and provided me with a lasting Lunchquest memory when the words complimentary and complementary had got all mixed up, as they often do.Exterior But life goes on and I was interested in what Radici, the …

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Brewhemia Our Beer Man’s Verdict Brewhemia must be the biggest bar opening Edinburgh has seen in years – maybe ever.Exterior It attracted some sceptical and hostile remarks in the run-up – admittedly not helping by some of its own pre-opening PR – but I tried to approach it with an open mind. On my midweek …

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Farewell to Andrew Grubcrawl Grubcrawl, grubcrawl, jiggidy jig! Tonight marked a farewell grubcrawl for Andrew who’d previously crawled to Bourbon, Hoot and beyond. Waverley Mall roof Our adventures started atop the Waverley Mall where we took up station next to a blasting speaker much to regular guest crawler Tim’s chagrin. Connie and Liz rounded our …

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Nom Nam The general standard of Festival food stalls in and around George Square looks a little better than previous years. There is the odd shit-pit – Winner, Winner’s fried chicken is totally awful – but the Udderbelly side of the gardens is massively improved.Stall One of the stalls that was new to me was …

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The Herbivore Kitchen It seems only yesterday that I was writing about how much I enjoyed my visit to the Herbivore Kitchen. And that’s almost true as it was merely days ago that I visited their police box on the Meadows. As part of that review I flagged that they had a cafe soon to …

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