Cornish Arms Melbourne looks to cater very well for those pursuing a vegan diet. Following on from trips to Smith & Daughters and Lord of the Fries, I headed to the Brunswick neighbourhood to a pub with strong vegan credentials. The Cornish Arms seemed like a fair dinkum boozer as I wandered in and supped …

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Spiler

Spiler Having spent the early part of the day looking round the spectacular Memento Park – home to an amazing collection of statues from Hungary’s communist era – I was in need of something hearty and unfussy for lunch. On the recommendation of Rene, who joined for lunch recently at Kricket and Turl Street Kitchen, …

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The Persevere Although I’ve been living on Easter Road for over a year, I haven’t made much of a habit of attending its many pubs, bars and drinking establishments. But when a sign went up in the window of The Persevere proclaiming a two-course lunch for £7.95 I felt compelled to give it a go.Exterior …

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Ough! Bagels As you may have seen on the first episode of BBC2’s Million Pound Menu, a few weeks back, Shrimpwreck has gone from strength to strength since they started out trading at the now defunct Platform 2 Market in Waverley back in early 2016.Exterior Aside from regularly trading at multiple events across the central …

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The White Lady My brother Grant is a big fan of Spoons so when he suggested a cheap and cheerful pie n pint I thought I’d oblige by suggesting the White Lady. This is a Spoons at the heart of Corstorphine, on St John’s Road, and not too far from Grant’s abode.Exterior Corstorphine has a …

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