Run by the same lovely folks behind popular George Street Italian, Centotre, The Scottish Café & Restaurant routinely garners trade awards, and attracts great praise for its local and ethical sourcing of ingredients and commitment to local providers. Part of the National Gallery on The Mound, it’s an extremely popular spot, and seems to be …

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After a rather late Friday night (Saturday morning) finish, I was in need of restorative sustenance to aid my transition back to functioning humanity. It was rather lucky that I had an appointment with the ever lovely Yelpers, to sample some brunch items at The Roseleaf, in Leith.Cullen skink I used to work nearby, but …

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I’ll keep this short, as we’ve reviewed both Seadogs, when it was in its previous venue, and Amore Dogs, which used to be here, prior to the very welcome resurrection of Seadogs, just a few weeks ago.Soup The set-up and service is much the same as it was, but the menu reflects something of a …

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More by luck than design, it turned out that I was in Glasgow in perfect time for lunch, today. I’d asked the Twittersphere for a Glasgow recommendation, but was met with resounding silence, so I headed for the Merchant City to try Gandolfi Fish, which I’d spotted last time I was out for a drink …

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ExteriorIt’s always sad to see a restaurant close down, and in these harsh times it’s a depressingly frequent occurrence. But sometimes, a new place springs up, phoenix from the flames style, where the old bird met its demise. Such is the case with the Rosehip, which has taken over the premises on Rose Street vacated …

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