Soup from Hernandez & CoOctober saw me dining a lot without MJ, as she was a very busy bee, indeed. We did have an excellent pizza experience at Origano, though, with what I’d safely call the best pizza we’ve tried in Edinburgh, so far. I did have some really good food along the way, particularly …

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Scallops from ZuccaSeptember held some real treats. The Meadowood Café was ace, with excellent Chinese treats served at an extremely reasonable cost. If you haven’t visited yet, and you’re a fan of exquisite, freshly made dumplings and lovely soup, head there, immediately. They have a bubble tea machine, too, which is also an experience worth …

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Social Bite – well worth a visitFestival month was full of lunchtime joy and very little dip in quality or accuracy of service, this year. Social Bite, a highly appealing place, opened its doors, with its high quality, ethically sourced all-day fare proving popular. If you haven’t yet visited, take yourself along to Rose Street …

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Cardamom bun from Peter's YardJuly was another busy one, with trips to the newly opened Pomegranate and Yummytori. Neither one was that thrilling, though. We had really enjoyable Indian food at Guchhi, on Commercial Street. It served us wonderfully flavour-packed dishes at a very reasonable cost, so is well worthy of a visit. I finally …

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We managed twenty six reviews in June, making it our busiest month, so far.Fish Thali from Punjab'n de Rasoi We ended the month with an excellent return visit to Mithas, where we introduced MJ’s family to the delights of Edinburgh finest Indian food. Other highlights from the month included the wonderful Bon Vivant, Red Onion …

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