One of the vast array of joys of questing comes when you run into a place that you don’t know, about which you haven’t heard an opinion expressed, that then turns out to be quite magnificently good. Such was the case with today’s visit to Elbow, on East Claremont Street.Exterior Having done the inevitable internet …

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Today marked a return to training, as we have another long charity walk in our plans for 2013. This time we’ll be walking 100km from Manchester to Sheffield, over the Pennines. It takes place in June, but we already have our sponsor page up and running, so pop over to www.bmycharity.com/lunchquestpennines if you’re feeling particularly …

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It was too bright a day to waste languishing around the house, so with my mother, Anne, in tow, I decided to venture out into the keenly crisp November sunshine.Interior My injured ankle has put a slight crimp in my Edinburgh wanderings, over the past few weeks, but it’s slowly returning to full fitness. Today’s …

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It was a bit of a battle to maintain my Sunday walking routine, this week, as I’d mysteriously contracted a hangover. I suppose that’s what a trip to Divino Enoteca, after our dinner at Nanyang will do to a man.Exterior So after a wander that included a stop at Wedgwood to fix a reservation, and …

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Located on a prime piece of tourist real estate, yet still managing to retain a hideaway charm, Monteith’s aims for modern contemporary cuisine, to please both tourist and local tastes.Beautiful entrance Decor is a mix and match of eclectic pieces, from traditional tweed or leather covered straight-backed chairs, with Chesterfields in the bar area, to …

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