Inside, leads down to a much larger dining space MJ’s Verdict On a sad, sad day (the end of the Edinburgh International Bookfestival), Blythe and I met up for a meal prior to going to the last Unbound event put on by the Scottish Book Trust. We opted for Caciopepe, which is located on Hanover …

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It was a bit of a battle to maintain my Sunday walking routine, this week, as I’d mysteriously contracted a hangover. I suppose that’s what a trip to Divino Enoteca, after our dinner at Nanyang will do to a man.Exterior So after a wander that included a stop at Wedgwood to fix a reservation, and …

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We’ve had Nanyang on our scope for a good few weeks, but we haven’t been too successful in tracking down a suitable time for a visit. We’d hoped to let our friend Chris, who’s from Malaysia, guide us through the menu with her expert eye. Exterior However, when our friend Tracey visited the other day …

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Blythe’s Verdict With the opening of Yummytori, just a few weeks ago, the area around Lothian Road has further strengthened its case for being considered as Edinburgh’s “noodle district”. We’ve previously reviewed the excellent Kanpai, taken a trip to the popular Wagamama, and then there is newly opened Njoi, the Meadowood Café, the Rainbow Arch, …

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“Edinburgh institution” is probably a term we overuse a little, but surely for Edinburgh’s oldest Chinese restaurant, with us since 1956, the term seems somewhat appropriate. The fact that I’d never previously visited was somewhat remiss of me, so I set about rectifying that.Interior I’d spent the early part of the evening helping out with …

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