MacAttack This is part three of a sequence of reviews from the Off the Walk market on Dalmeny Street. The last stop on this unholy trinity of stalls was at the compact scooter van of MacAttack, a specialist purveyor of macaroni cheese.Mobile kitchen The stallholder was cooking up some collaborative endeavours with neighbouring stall the …

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Cowan & Sons I visited Maxi’s on Raeburn Place a while back and was impressed. It continues to be a very popular spot with the Stockbridge daytime crowd.Exterior signage It has recently undergone a refurb and rebrand. It is now trading as Cowan and Sons although it remains in the same ownership as before. The …

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Clark & Lake Sometimes it’s good to let places bed-in but often it’s better to shine a light on a place and caveat any minor teething troubles accordingly. I thought it best to approach Clark & Lake with the latter approach. It’s new to Bruntsfield where the disappointing Frontier unsurprisingly foundered.Exterior Clark & Lake is …

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Rac City It’s always good to see new traders starting out on the street food scene particularly when they bring something fresh to the party.Stall While we have the raclette cheese toasties from one of the Wee Red Coffee Boxes on George Square, no-one has had a proper go at bringing the Alpine delicacy that …

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The Mac Shack The George Square food stalls are looking almost exactly as grim as I’d originally thought. There’s still a fair few tired places, and the balsamic onions on the burgers from Cargo are one of the most unpleasant things I’ve had in my mouth in a long while, but the traders along the …

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