The outside. Interior view Blythe’s Verdict Amarone comes from the stable of restaurants that features Café Andaluz, Di Maggio’s, as well as Amarone in Glasgow. It has recently opened in renovated premises previously occupied by wine-bar Grape, on the corner of George Street and St Andrew Square. The distinctive wrap-around shape of the venue remains, …

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Amore Dogs, like its fellow kennel dwellers The Dogs and Sea Dogs, seeks to offer quality and value, focussing on good local produce, simply prepared and presented, in the relaxed surroundings of its New Town premises. Serving throughout the day, seven days a week, it offers diners a wide range of options, and covers the …

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I’ve already spoken at length about my appreciation for Domenico’s. I popped down there to pick up sandwiches, this lunchtime, and thought I’d share the pictures. This one is a long prosciutto, parmesan, sun-dried tomato, and truffle pesto roll:This one is a round prosciutto, parmesan, sun-dried tomato, and truffle pesto roll:They were up to their …

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MJ’s Verdict I guess it can be said that the first thing you notice about is the green; good Lord the green frontage(!), which, oddly, on Lothian Road, tucked near the strip clubs, doesn’t stand out as much as you would think. Bravely, we soldiered inside and sat perusing  special lunch menus with ‘meat bolls’ …

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To be helpful to our visiting friends, here to sample the joys of the Festival City, we thought we’d put together a bumper blast of likely lunch spots, to help you out when hunger strikes. These are the collated thoughts of some of our readers, based on their experiences over recent times. Full reviews of …

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