On the busiest day of the Christmas lunching/dining year, I took myself up the road to Mediterranean Gate, on George IV Bridge. As proved to the case, I figured that its usual busy lunchtime trade would be reduced to trickle, with a flood of business likely to come their way once the full lunchtime bellies …

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You come to expect a little delay, when you’re at the airport. They’re inconvenient, but something of a fact of life, to which we’ve grown accustomed.Fringe What you don’t expect is that the eateries at the airport will refuse to take your order for food, while you wait, which is the situation I found myself …

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It’s that time of the year again, where the holiday office parties have already started weeks ago, and you’re trying to meet up with as many people for a quick catch-up before everyone heads out for the holidays. It’s a whole month (and more) of eating, drinking, and being merry, but that doesn’t mean you …

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It’s sometimes good to revisit places, particularly when you’ve had an experience that deviates from the conventional wisdom.Exterior We visited Locanda de Gusti in November 2011 and had a pretty good lunch, but not quite what I’d expected from a place that boasts two AA rosettes, and is consistently spoken of as one of the …

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It had gone 3pm before I got a chance to contemplate lunch, today, so it was with a considerable appetite that I headed east along Regent Road, without a particular destination in mind. After a wee minute or two, I came across Amigos, which looked like it might serve me with something to kick my …

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