ExteriorThe search for new and interesting Indian places took us to the little collection of them up in Morningside. The Clay Oven was our choice, this evening, and we’ll be back to try Morningside Spice and the others, in due course. I was joined by Patrick who has quested on many occasions, most recently at …

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Come to the marketI’m a bear of very little brain, some of the time, and whilst I do run events that are on the first Monday of the month (Scran Salon) and the second Tuesday of the month (Hush Hour) I still struggle to get my head around on what days some of the once-month …

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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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ExteriorWell, there’s little point in denying that I was brutally hungover and in desperate need of something (anything) to offer me some nutritional comfort in my pained state. On my way towards a bracing walk with Louise from the Fireside Collective at the Hermitage of Braid, I stopped at the Zulu Lounge, a characterful little …

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ExteriorOn a windy but warm morning, I headed to Morningside to visit Rocket. I’d heard good things, so was looking forward to a breakfast treat. The place has seating for around 25 in its compact premises. Although a different shape, it reminded me of The Parlour Cafe in Dundee. Elegant cornicing, nice tiling and clean …

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