Petit Bleu Occupying the site of the short-lived Express Burrito, on West Nicolson Street, I was intrigued by the arrival of Petit Bleu when I passed by a few weeks ago. I made a note to visit and made good on that on an overcast Wednesday.Exterior The interior has been given a freshen and is …

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White Horse Oyster & Seafood Bar As I’m sure I’ve said before, Lunchquest runs at about a 10-12 day backlog, so the start of our 2018 reviewing year is generally around the 20-somethingth of December. This period is often home to some relaxed cafe stops and light grazing, but this year with visits to 305 …

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Scott’s From the team behind Howie’s, Scott’s has been trading on Victoria Terrace since August. It timed its opening to capitalise on the Festival trade from this highly advantageous location. I popped in to give it a look on a very chilly Wednesday.Exterior sign The space is quite stylish and has a relaxed cafe feel …

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Let Me Eat Too I had heard a rumour about an interesting take on coronation chicken at the branch of Let Me Eat on the Grassmarket. It’s called Let Me Eat Too. I went to check it out.Exterior I’ve visited their branch on Holyrood Road a couple of times on the strength of strong reports …

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Bistro Deluxe by Paul Tamburrini Cate Devine, as is her usual way, wrote a pretty interesting piece the other day about the hotel restaurant. It had some quotes from hotel operators about milennials’ attitudes to hotel restaurants and how soon-to-launch Baba is a restaurant in a hotel not a hotel restaurant and how this concept …

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