InteriorFrom the growing list of places I need to visit in Leith (the Shore Deli, the Vintage, and the Shore Bar, to name but three), I was able to tick-off La Cerise, finally, as it was to there that I headed for lunch, today. I was joined by Danielle from Edinburgh Foody. La Cerise has …

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Main concourseA trip to the National Museum of Scotland, on Chambers Street, is always fun. I can still vividly remember trips there, in the early 1980s, when I first found out about the Wylam Dilly. It was nice to renew acquaintances, today. While the younger members of our party tore round the place with youthful …

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I’d planned to head to Casa Angelina, today, but upon finding it closed, I toddled a little further down the road to Maria’s Kitchen, which is just a few doors down from Agoo Café.Exterior A very understated little café, offering simple breakfast and lunch options, it has eye-catching prices, with a lunchtime soup and sandwich …

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I’d been meaning to stop in for a lunchtime visit to Kilimanjaro, ever since I popped in to try their espresso and spotted that they offered a wide selection of daily soups.Exterior On a surprisingly warm and sunny day, I joined Hannah, who’d arrived a few minutes before me, at a window table that proved …

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On a windy Edinburgh Sunday, a little stroll to Stockbridge seemed like good idea; well, an idea, anyway.Exterior After a decent buffeting, it was time to seek lunchtime solace in a suitably appointed cafe. Henri, the smart French cafe and deli, was our choice. I’d been for a visit, previously, to sample their espresso, of …

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