Fleur de Sel – SADLY NOW CLOSED InteriorThis was not my first visit to Fleur de Sel, which is located directly above thinking-fortysomething-divorcee’s drinking den of choice, Fingers. I’d visited shortly after it opened, back in 2014, and been slightly bemused by their offering. I thought it was time to give it another go. The …

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ExteriorEvery once in a while, I feel the need to do a check-in visit with one of our bigger global chain restaurants, just to make sure that the local equivalents are offering something of vastly better quality. I’m meaning places like Burger King, KFC etc, rather than the horrors of TGI Fridays – places with …

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Exterior signRegular guest quester Kim is very good at coming up with new and interesting venues for us to visit and today was no exception. The Carrubber’s Cafe was not one that was previously on my radar so I was glad to wander down Chalmers’ Close, passing Forsyth’s Tearoom on the left, then cross the …

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ExteriorI’d visited Bia Bistrot back in 2013 and had a rather underwhelming time. After a trip to the westernmost reaches of the city, featuring a breakfast visit to Naihas, I stopped in to give it a fresh go. I was joined on this venture by Kevin, who had previously quested to Burger Meats Bun. As …

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ExteriorIt was a considerable relief when after having to quit their premises on Queen Street, the Archipelago Artisan Bakery found space to relocate that was both nearby and offered an enhanced, shop-front opportunity. The place, on Dundas Street, used to be home to Agoo 2, until fairly recently. They’ve converted the place, which was part …

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