Eatalia’s My new routes home are still in need of full exploration to assess swiftness, amenities, and scran options. On one of the less complex channels, I bumped into Eatalia’s which is nestled in the welcoming arms of Vittoria and owned by another branch of the Crolla family.Exterior My hankering was for pizza so I …

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Seasons I’d visited Seasons shortly after it opened and been impressed, although it was definitely a work in progress at that stage. I was keen for a revisit so suggested it to regular guest questers Hayley, Ingrida and Jessica who thought it sounded like a good plan.Amuse bouche Seasons focusses on local, seasonal produce. There …

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The Cran’ After a mighty impressive lunch at Alchemilla, I was in need of a coffee on my stroll back towards the city centre. I stopped at The Cran’ which was new to me.Exterior I’d spotted bags of Dear Green beans in the window so was optimistic I’d receive a reliably good espresso. As I …

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Food of Valhalla It was good to renew acquaintances with the Edinburgh Food Social at their excellent indoor market at the Biscuit Factory.Menu On this visit my eye was caught by a stall called Food of Valhalla which sounded like it might be worth checking out. Their ethos is healthy food that connects us to …

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Alchemilla There’s a little stretch in Finnieston that has grown to become a murderers’ row of good restaurants. Having previously dined at the Kelvingrove Cafe and the excellent Gannet, I was keen to give Alchemilla a try as I’d heard various positive reports. I had the chance to do so on a recent lunchtime trip …

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