Le Bistrot by Patisserie Maxime I’d visited Le Bistrot at L’Institut Francais d’Ecosse two years ago and enjoyed this rather charming little hideaway just around the corner from the Book Festival. Madame This year things are delivered in partnership with nearby Patisserie Maxime for another Festival pop-up. In between Book Fest shows I popped in …

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Knight’s Kitchen at St John’s HutEach year when I try to summarise the pop-up and street food stalls around the town for the Festival I miss at least a few. Of these, the one that looks to be the most glaring omission so far is the Knight’s Kitchen cabin just outside St John’s church at …

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Voodoo 33 Menu boardHaving been impressed by the Section 33 Pie-Eyed pie stall, I was keen to give their Latin American stall, Voodoo 33, a go. On another rain-spotted day, I stopped by for a lunchtime munch. Finding the same chef at the helm as I’d chatted to at the pie stall, we picked up …

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Section 33 – Pie-Eyed It’s always good to see traders from Glasgow coming to join the fun of the Edinburgh Festival. This year Section 33 are at the forefront of the charge down down the M8, having done one night of their signature pop-up dining experience for the Edinburgh Food Festival, then stuck around with …

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Bootleggers The thing I really enjoy about the Festival in Edinburgh is how much is changes each year, whether that be the shows, the venues used, or the food and drink offering. That’s why it has been pretty disappointing to see very similar offerings in George and St Andrew Square, this year, as well as …

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