I really enjoyed Jemma Eat World’s post from last week on her 7 most disappointing foodie experiences. She had some really corkers in there, so do give it a read. While we’ve certainly encountered some total pish over the course of our quests, I think real “disappointment” only occurs when expectations are set at a …

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InteriorI’ve been failing massively at the whole “give peeps a chance to settle in” thing, of late, with very early visits to TriBeCa, Seb and Mili, and the Whistle Stop Barber Shop, which apart for the first one have proved pretty successful. By mistake, I continued this run with a visit to Copper Blossom, the …

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ExteriorAt the end of another long Festival day, I was in desperate need of a feed after favouring a mainly liquid based approach to the day’s diet. From the Book Festival, on Charlotte Square, I headed to a recently opened pizza place called Dough, on Rose Street. Previously the site of Eatings, the owners of …

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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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InteriorPR company Frank has been pushing cocktail and hotdog pop-up Dirty Dug pretty hard this month. This has resulted in a bundle of tweets and comp visits from bloggers. There has been a lot of competition from other temporary cocktail and snackish outlets, though, not least from the enjoyable Liquor Library and the various street …

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