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Blythe’s VerdictMac n cheese The arrival of one of Glasgow’s leading exponents of the American-style diner has caused quite a little stir in Bruntsfield. On an otherwise sleepy Wednesday out of the full thrust of the late August frenzy we gave it an early inspection. I was joined this evening by regular reader but first …

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SignageWhere last year Knight’s Kitchen (now freshly open in new permanent premises on Nicolson Street) served up bunny chow and other tasty items of east African delight, just next to St John’s Church, Social Bite has popped up a burger, hot dog and beer stall to feed and water the Festival masses.Menu For those of …

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ExteriorOur Beer Man had been to visit The Black Fox, shortly after they’d opened their doors, and reported a few issues. In good spirit, the management had responded, kept us up to date with some improvements they’d been making, and invited us in to give the revised offering a try. We declined the offer of …

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HutAs I type this, a friend of mine is visiting Graceland. I mention this as a pleaing piece of synchronicity with what I had for lunch today, which was a culinary tribute to the King himself, Elvis Presley. King’s Burger offers burgers based on a range of bad Elvis puns and references. Funghi in Acapulco …

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BLT burgerWhen a street food trader has built up a reputation for one particular product it can be a bit of a gamble to change direction, especially when that shift takes things into the already overcrowded and competitive realm of burgers. Never one to shirk a challenge, this is precisely what Toby Jones, whose pulled …

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