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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After spending the early part of the evening at The Bakehouse, listening to some interesting perspectives on the business of food writing, not least from the lovely Nadine Pierce, a fellow Edinburgh victualographer, I headed along the road, intent on dining in the style to which I have grown accustom.Interior Accordingly, I thought I’d give …

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After meticulous preparation, and a considerable build-up of interest via a drip-feed of information via Twitter, Brew Lab opened its doors last month, and has been doing a roaring trade, since then. We were lucky enough to be invited to their launch event, a couple of weeks ago, so got to chat with the chaps, …

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When an invitation came in for an event at The Bakehouse, on Broughton Street, the other day, I was more than a little perplexed. I will freely admit that I’m not the world’s most acutely observant person, but I genuinely thought that I’d exhausted Broughton Street’s deep supply of lunchtime takeaways. Finding out that there …

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Upper Crust baguettes are the staple diet of many rail travellers, as they clickety clack around the country, on important matters of state. Today, MJ and I were heading to London, to take part in our second big walk for Action for A-T, which is the charity that we support. This time it was a …

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