Kodbyens Fiskebar Although the vast majority of my time in Copenhagen was filled with stuff that was completely new to me – it was my first visit, after all – one meal had something of the familiar about it. In September last year, Fiskebar’s head chef Jamie Lee came over to Edinburgh for a weekend …

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The Beat I remember reviewing a police box with no name that was selling very good coffee a wee while back. Trading on the site previously occupied by the Bollywood Box, I passed the other day a stopped once more to see how it was doing. It is now called The Beat and feels bedded-in. …

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Nose 2 Tail I was starting to get a sense that food options in Copenhagen were going to be a bit overwhelming so I retrenched my ambitions from my usual “stroll and discover” approach to dining and committed to following recommendations. In the case of Nose 2 Tail, if I hadn’t had a recommendation I …

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Nauticus Our Beer Man’s verdict The Nauticus doesn’t immediately seem like the most obvious fit for Duke Street in Leith. A new venture from the co-owners of Panda & Sons and Hoot The Redeemer and local bar hero Kyle Jamieson, it has just opened in the former site of the Parlour near to Easter Road. …

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Hija de Sanchez Copenhagen! My first stop on some global adventures that should take me to some interesting places. Hopefully you’ll enjoy the stories of Lunchquest on Tour. My antipathy towards Mexican food, and tacos in particular, is well documented. And while I remain on very good terms with the owners of both of Edinburgh’s …

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