Origano

Pizza spinacio Blythe’s Verdict Origano manages to carry off the neat trick of being hidden in plain sight, very smartly. Even although it’s front and centre on Leith Walk, it retains a completely understated charm, both outside and inside. My cab driver for the evening (an ankle injury picked up on Thursday has rendered me …

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the interior is smart MJ’s Verdict In the final couple of weeks that B and I were walking and training for the 50k walk to raise money for Action for A-T, we decided to stop into Canonmills and check in with our friends Mel and her other half Milo, of Clear-minded Creative. When we learned …

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Caprice

MJ’s Verdict After a day spent losing a bit of money betting on the ponies at Musselborough (but to be fair, I learned a lot and I was REALLY good at choosing ponies that were just out of the money) we didn’t fancy waiting to shove onto the buses to get back into Edinburgh with …

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Blythe’s Verdict The weather was thoroughly miserable, as we made our way from early evening drinks at Whigham’s, including a nice catch up with Total Food Geek Georgia, towards our chosen destination for some much needed sustenance. Pizza Siciliana It was the second time I’d been mildly drenched, that day, as I’d experienced similarly inclement …

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For many years, 26 to be precise, The Cavalry Club has ruled the roost as one of Edinburgh’s premier Indian dining spots. Mithas now stands alone atop the mountain of Indian greatness, but The Cavalry Club retains a sense of “old money” grandeur.Rainy exterior This evening was my first visit since it popped over the …

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