La Sal

9:35pm on a Wednesday night is a dicey prospect, both for diners and restaurateurs. The kitchen is getting ready to close, and everyone would just rather be at home. When I shambled through the doors of La Sal on Howden Street, I was eyed with a slight air of “haven’t you seen the time?”. Thankfully …

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It had been a long, hard day, with a rather lovely lunch at Michael Neave, then a nerve-fraying Tottenham game, so by the time dinner came around, I was in need of something soothing and hearty. I toddled towards Rafael’s, which I’d mistakenly thought was an Italian, but is in fact a Spanish restaurant.Exterior Its …

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It’s always lovely to get to Wednesday morning and have two lovely meals ahead, to ease the way towards Thursday. With a delightful Savoury not Sweet evening at Mithas taking care of the evening’s culinary entertainment, lunchtime was dedicated to sampling Spanish delights from Igg’s.Exterior Igg’s comes with a rather chequered reputation, which I won’t …

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MJ’s Verdict It’s been a while since I’ve contributed (not to mention pull my weight) on Lunchquest. BKR is a hero for letting it slide since life has been a bit hectic as of late with the West Port Book Festival and Book Week Scotland coming up. Fresh salad. Nonetheless, in a calm moment of …

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I’d paid Hernandez & Co a flying visit, the other week, and I’d been mightily charmed by their selection of Spanish treats, as well as with the extremely warm and friendly welcome. At the time, I made a mental note, and a Twitter avowal, to return, not least to try their soup.Exterior Fortunately, I had …

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