Blythe’s Verdict Well, it’s a wee while since we wrote about a venerable Edinburgh institution, with Bar Napoli or Jolly possibly the last victims, but tonight a true gem of Edinburgh Indian royalty found its way under the microscope of our consideration. Kebab Mahal is a lo-fi legend, offering mountainous portions of Indian homestyle cooking. …

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MJ’s Verdict Today in an afternoon of pre-book-festian merriment we popped along to the Edinburgh Larder Bistro on Alva Street to give their lunchtime set menu a go. The place itself is stylish with open stone walls and a raised back room with a clear-ish covered roof that allows for a lot of natural light …

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Tropeiro

Regular guest quester Gary had been on at me to pay Tropeiro a visit, since his recent trip there. Today proved to be the perfect opportunity to satisfy this request, as I had a little time in between meetings in the west.Interior For those uninitiated in the ways of churrascaria (which included me within that …

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Feeling rather peckish after a busy morning at the salt mines, I decided to venture in to the belly of the festival beast. This involved a goodly wander up the Bridges, in search of a café or takeaway that didn’t have a queue out of the door. Café Gourmand, on Nicholson Street, was the first …

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Blythe’s Verdict Lunchquest’s tie man, Phil from www.tieclub.co.uk, has been on at me to pay Wok and Wine a visit for a good wee while. I even had the singular joy of his mother echoing this sentiment a hundred fold at Phils’s recent engagement party (congratulations again, Sandra and Phil). So, when MJ and I …

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