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I’m conscious that our pattern of reviews, as neatly illustrated by the map on our front page, shows that our wingspan isn’t the broadest, and we do tend to focus upon city centre places. That’s largely due to where I work, and my ability/willingness to stray beyond ten or twenty minutes walk from my office, …

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I had decided to put the quest for Edinburgh burger glory to one side, but due to a rather severe depletion of my spiritual nourishment, I found myself in need of meaty lunchtime succour, today.Exterior Well, that’s not strictly true. I had planned to head to Eatings, on Rose Street, without a particularly fixed idea …

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With a history of catering to rail travellers that dates back to their original Euston newsstand in 1848, WH Smith is an absolute fixture in major stations up and down the land. They offer a wide range of reading materials, and a selection of drinks and luncheon items.Exterior I was eating on the run today, …

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It’s always good to visit new places, and I’ve been on a pretty good run with them, recently. With the lovely Hernandez & Co, and Roamin’ Nose having been visited last week, and the rather good Wee Boulangerie, Brew Lab, and Pep & Fodder having served us very nicely in the recent past, I was …

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Victoria Street and its continuations boast some really high-quality shops, restaurants and cafés. MJ, when not inside tweed shop Walker Slater, can often be found gazing longingly into their window. Together, we’ve had many enjoyable visits to Hula, and recently I had a lovely visit to the Grain Store, with today’s guest quester, Patrick. Throw …

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