Buenos Aires Grill Comparison is odious, but it’s hard not to fall into the trap upon locally bumping into dishes and restaurant styles I’ve seen in their natural habitat on recent travels. The latest opportunity for this was on a recent lunchtime visit to Musselburgh’s Buenos Aires Grill. I was joined on this escapade by …

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Nilgiri Spice It’s Friday night, everyone’s had a long week, and a beer or two has been taken. Time for a curry, right? Well, that was my thinking when, with regular guest questers Freya and Hayley along with first time quester Claudia, we found ourselves a few drinks in to a glorious evening at Brauhaus. …

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Gooseneck Cafe I’ve been pleased to see the city’s excellent selection of cafes further bolstered in my absence. As well as the likes of Detour and Oqo, I recently bumped in to Gooseneck as I wandered in the western half of the city centre. Trading from the cafe premises that were once home to Mademoiselle …

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La Casa

La Casa Although it quickly grew in scope beyond a focus on the middle of the day meal, Lunchquest was primarily set-up to highlight how well Edinburgh caters for those seeking lunch in its many forms. In the sites final few weeks in its current incarnation, it was joyful to have the time to get …

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Karma

Karma I was sad to see that Aleppo Kitchen proved to be short-lived as I’d really enjoyed their falafel when I visited. In their place on premises that have cycled through businesses at a fair rate comes Karma, a purveyor of all plant-based kebabs and wraps. I popped in for a late lunchtime visit. The …

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