China Star has been serving the Chinese food needs of Haymarket for a number of years. I’d popped in on a number of occasions, both for sit-in and takeaway .Exterior Much in the same fashion as nearby Eastern Cuisine the place has had highs and lows over the years. I was hopeful of catching it …

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ExteriorAfter a highly enjoyable evening at Summerhall catching up with the new, emerging and emerged writing talent at the Scottish Book Trust’s new writers showcase, I found myself with a very specific longing for Chinese food. Accordingly, I headed towards Grindlay Street to try Jasmine, which is just across the road from the Lyceum Theatre. …

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InteriorLian Pu has recently opened on Marshall Street, just next to Beirut, bringing a fresh and contemporary take on pan-Asian fusion food. The place has a bright, fast food feel to it, styling itself as an “oriental express”, catering to both sit-in and takeaway custom. Complete with bubble tea machine, their range is impressive, from …

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SoupI’d heard some good things about B & D’s, which has been open for a little over a year, serving the Chinese food needs of Dalry and Gorgie patrons. I’d been plotting a visit for a few weeks, so was glad to finally get the opportunity to pop along. It’s a simple dining space, augmented …

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I’d had Golden Dragon on my scope for a while, but hadn’t quite timed things, correctly. After a little post-work tipple, I found myself in the right neighbourhood to give it a whirl, so expectantly crossed their threshold.Interior I found a classic New Town Chinese place, replete with carpet, extensive menu, and whirringly efficient staff. …

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