Juice Warrior I’ve become a frequent visitor to the Arches at Waverley but I tend to focus on trips to Gannet & Guga and Baba Budan.Exterior I’ve somewhat overlooked the other places so moved to set that record straight with a trip to raw food specialist Juice Warrior. A simple chiller cabinet and counter place, …

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Le Roi Fou Anton Mosimann is one of those names and faces from a bygone era of food TV that lives long in the memory. I hadn’t thought about his Gallic charm for a good while until the arrival of Le Roi Fou on Forth Street just recently.Exterior Swiss-French head chef Jérôme Henry proudly proclaims …

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Nudoru My work schedule sometimes takes me to the west of the city around the Gyle. There’s a fairly bleak dearth of lunchtime options but I’d noticed a couple of food vans on a recent visit and enquired whether the Chinese one, called Nudoru, ever actually traded.Van Regular guest quester Robyn works in one of …

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Wanderlust I’d noticed that the premises previously occupied by the Royale Cafe had been refurbished so I was keen to see whether what took over was in a similar tourist-trap style or attempted something a little most ambitious. I gave the new place, called Wanderlust, a visit to find out.Exterior It has had a smart …

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Monty’s Our Beer Man’s Verdict Monty’s in Morrison Street – formerly Carter’s Tap – is never a place that had registered on my beery radar.Exterior It’s almost directly opposite the dependable Thomson’s and just a little too far from places like the Bat or Cloisters to form part of any beer-focused crawl. But its unexpected …

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