Pasta MJ’s Verdict Rome. In my head that means food, wine and sunshine. Sure, there are other things, you know, bits of history and such, but let’s face it – food. Since the time of my arrival in Rome made it inconvenient to have lunch, I was really looking forward to the pizza that night. …

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ExteriorWhen I was writing about pre-theatre options for the Festival Theatre, I soon remembered that there were quite a few nearby restaurants fulfilling this role that I hadn’t visited. I started to set that straight, today, with a visit to Ti Amo, which is directly across the road from the theatre. An Italian in the …

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SoupWe’ve long been planning enhancements to the content of our site to include information on various accessibility aspects, whether that relates to the menu, the design of the interior or the inclusive approach to service. To aim me in progressing this, I enlisted the help of David, who works for a major third sector organisation …

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Time for lunch!MJ and I visited Nonna’s Kitchen absolutely ages ago, but had a bit of a peculiar experience. A warmly friendly family run place, service that day drifted into the realms of the family bust-up, which whilst in some ways quite entertaining did have a negative impact on the overall experience. We made a …

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ExteriorWith the eye infection that had kept me away from the Budding Chefs pop-up still persisting, I rather gloomily wandered along the road despite the entirely clement weather conditions. I alighted upon Cafe Colpamia, in Roseburn, so popped in for a visit. I’d visited when it was in different ownership and had been quite charmed …

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