Maki Maki I’d heard strong reports about Maki Maki and have always really enjoyed their sister restaurant Maki & Ramen so a lunchtime visit was long overdue. Exterior It’s a compact little place with seating for maybe eight at the counter. It’s a classic sushi bar set-up which allows you to get a good feel …

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Soul Sushi We’ve written a fair bit about Soul Sushi in the past and always been very impressed with their work. The business has taken a new direction of late moving their enterprise from a commercial kitchen in Piershill to a shop premises on Nicolson Street that used to be the home of Knight’s Kitchen.Maki …

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White Sushi I’d spotted that Polish favourite Yellow Bench had moved next door to new premises with their old shop taken over by White Sushi, a Japanese place retaining – I think – the same owners as before but obviously making a considerable shift in culinary direction.Sushi and sashimi set After visiting Brendan MacNeill’s excellent …

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Dai Pai If there’s one thing that the southside can be relied upon for it’s a high turnover of hospitality businesses. The start of 2017 has seen the arrival of Roti, a new dumpling place, and there’s a new burger outlet on the horizon, too. Added to that number is Dai Pai, a pan-Asian street …

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Kenji My friends Julie and Scott are having a slightly shitty time at the moment, so it was good to see the restaurant gods swoop in with a little cheer for them. They’ve long lamented the lack of sushi in Stockbridge so the arrival of Kenji Sushi, where Suree Thai used to trade. It’s a …

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