Wahaca When a new place opens and is immediately subject to a norovirus scare, you have to feel a good bit of sympathy for them as there’s nothing like a spot of disease to derail brand momentum. When this happened across a number of their outlets last year, including the newly opened Edinburgh branch, the …

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Express Burrito OK, OK – my name’s Blythe and I’m addicted to writing about mediocre burritos. There, I’ve said it.Exterior The arrival of a new burrito place – or I think more accurately an old wrap place called Cafe Arabicana rebranded as a burrito place – had me rushing to West Nicolson Street to check …

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Burrito n Shake Another burrito place. I should probably just give up, but I’m an eternal optimist and I have no idea when and where my road to burrito Damascus moment is going to take place. I can now confirm that it’s unlikely to take place on South Bridge.Exterior Having opened in the middle of …

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Bar Burrito Bar Burrito has transitioned from the Pinto brand to an expansion of their presence in Edinburgh over the past wee while. I popped into their Shandwick Place branch to try their wares.Exterior As regular readers will know, I’m indifferent to burritos and hadn’t much enjoyed my visit to this shop when it was …

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Bonnie Burrito When Potatoland recently closed its doors after more than four decades of trading from its South Clerk Street shop, a bartley shadow descended upon the land.Exterior Emerging from this gloom of despondency is the first permanent premises of a popular street food trader, Bonnie Burrito. As is reasonably well-documented, I’m not a burrito …

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