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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Lamb Passander from Spice PavilionMJ and I did much better together than apart in May, as I ran in to a succession of middling experiences. Things were always pretty decent, but I went a long time without a really outstanding lunch or dining experience. Together, we had three good ‘uns at La Favorita, the highly …

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Seafood Chowder from the King's WarkI escaped to Glasgow for a couple of “quests in the west” in April, with both Martha’s and the Butterfly and the Pig offering outstanding dining experiences. In Edinburgh, it was a seafood month, with joyful experiences at the Ship on the Shore, the King’s Wark and Café Fish.Pork terrine …

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Kedgeree from The RosehipMarch saw another month of very good dining experiences. It ended in joint birthday celebrations for MJ and I, at the wonderful Café Domenico’s. It’s where Lunchquest all began, so it seemed a fitting place for a celebratory evening. Other highlights included good steak and burgers at Bell’s Diner, and restorative pub …

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