The Cellar Door has always been a source of considerable intrigue, for me. It’s a place of which I have read much, but I’ve never firmly captured it in my line of sight.Interior On the legendarily hard to master final Sunday of the Fringe, I found myself in the neighbourhood, fixed it in my tractor-beam …

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A busy week reached its conclusion with a visit to Aberdour, to catch up with my recently married friends, Iain and Aileen. I wrote about the delights of their wedding reception at Loch Leven’s Larder, on Total Food Geeks. With Cake Quest’s Sarah also joining the party and the prospect of ukulele music, later on, …

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I have been on a quite spectacular run of plan dissolution, of late. This evening the plans of an entire set of Food Geeks were rendered soggy and useless by water troubles affecting a temporary closure of Hot Hot in Tollcross, where we’d planned to spend our Tuesday evening. Soup I was still in desperate need …

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Pony hat! MJ’s Verdict Last week I was surprised by someone thinking that I wouldn’t go somewhere like Bell’s Diner because it was too simple; of the two of us at Lunchquest, I am definitely the more fussy eater, but also the one that is more attached to the simple style diners and rustic cookery …

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I’ve been in various incarnations of the bar now known as Treacle, over the years. It has often played the role of stop-off point, rather than the main focus of the evening, but after a long day at the office, it was to its lively confines that I repaired, last evening. After supping on a …

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