Giovanni’s is essentially the staff canteen at the Lister/Pfizer Institute in Hill Square. IT’s quite unlike any staff canteen I’ve been in previously, though. The setting is fairly basic: long tables set out for a communal feel; basic paper table cloths. But take a look out of the window and your have an amazing view …

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We went to the same place twice in the same week. The two experiences were both worth writing about, so consider this a By One Get One Free reader offer! Blythe’s Verdict (1)Aside from my beloved Domenico’s, The Bonham, on Drumsheugh Gardens, is probably the restaurant in Edinburgh where I’ve eaten most regularly. It’s five …

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Whigham’s is a very popular West End wine bar, featuring atmospheric wine cellar booths and showcasing a dazzling wine list. It’s smart, sophisticated and modern, but with more than a hint of old school class. Our little questing crew had eaten here on many occasions previously, and our collective view was that it could be …

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Cucina is super-stylish, as you would expect from the restaurant at Missoni’s palace of uber-chic on George Iv Bridge. I was warmly greeted upon making my way upstairs to the restaurant, and I was swiftly shown to our table. I had arrived with MJ-style promptness, given I was on photo duty, and was surprised to …

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Blythe’s VerdictSunday evening, dinner for six, friends converging on the fashionable West End; how far could you possibly go wrong? Well, the answer is ‘not far’, but that masks an inner turmoil into which the place threw me. Sygn, in Charlotte Lane, poses three major questions, of different natures, that made me reflect on our …

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