Chameleon It’s interesting to see the little outcropping of wine bar eateries that we’ve currently been experiencing. The most cocktailish of these is Chameleon, which takes over the premises just next to Doubtfire Gallery previously occupied by Siam. Halloumi fries I know the owner Matt from his work at Seasons. Consequently it was tricky to …

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Brazilian Sensation I’ve been a fairly irregular attendee at Stockbridge Market of late so it was good to renew acquaintances on a partly sunny recent Sunday.Stall Once I’d sampled an excellent espresso from the ever-reliable Bearded Barista, I pondered my eating options. I eventually settled upon a snack from the Brazilian Sensation stall. I fondly …

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Radici I was sad to hear that Rafael’s had closed as it had both served me both an excellent dinner and provided me with a lasting Lunchquest memory when the words complimentary and complementary had got all mixed up, as they often do.Exterior But life goes on and I was interested in what Radici, the …

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The Pastry Section I was in two minds when a place called the Pastry Section opened on Raeburn Place. I suspected it wouldn’t be exactly the place for me given my general lack of sweet tooth, but I had a feeling it would add positively to a neighbourhood that already boasts the excellent Patisserie Madeleine …

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Scoops & Hoops Stockbridge is packed with good food options but has a pretty high turnover rate in certain spots. Following the demise of Wendy’s Ice Creams, Scoops and Hoops is the next business to take a swing at making a tricky spot on Hamilton Place work.Exterior The interior is much the same as before …

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