With all of these new pop-ups and street food purveyors having flooded the city, to take advantage of the Festival bonanza, we shouldn’t overlook those who are ploughing a furrow at the regular Edinburgh markets.Menu board We’ve reviewed Bespoke BBQ, Land Foods and Pad Thai, who regularly ply their trade at the Edinburgh Market events, …

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InteriorI think the days when I can get away with claiming to be something of a reluctant sushi participant are now long behind me, as this makes it three sushi places I’ve visited in the last month. I’ve clearly caught the bug, in much the same way as Edinburgh, as a whole, seems to have. …

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Tang’s had been on our list of places to visit since the very first month of reviewing, back in August 2011. For one reason or another, we’d not made it along. As is quite often the way, I found myself rather sorry to have neglected it, as today’s visit was rather impressive.Exterior Split across two …

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ExteriorEdinburgh’s appetite for Japanese food seems to remain very high. We’re now sustaining a dozen and more places, across the city, with Bonsai’s empire now having expanded from their original setting on Richmond Street to include new premises on Broughton Street. I was joined on my visit to this new place, today, by Angus, who …

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After a spectacular evening under the watchful gaze of Clarence, at Edinburgh Books, for the programme launch of the West Port Book Festival, I toddled down the road towards home, and decided to pop in to Miso and Sushi.Interior This place has been my regular irregular Chinese takeout place for more years than I care …

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