ExteriorIn the strange old world of restaurant comings and goings, the sad demise of sushi place Oishii saw nearby Turkish Kitchen move round the corner, take over the premises and slightly rebrand as Zara’s Turkish Kitchen. What has moved in to the shop they left behind? A sushi place, of course! Hakataya is a sister …

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SignMy inevitably redundant claim, when visiting Harajuku Kitchen, the other week, that I’d now eaten in all the Japanese places in town has been entirely blown out of the water, in double-quick time. Not only has a new place from the folks behind Tang’s opened on Rose Street, but Miso & Sushi has re-opened in …

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When I’d concluded this morning’s rather blustery work, I was glad to have the opportunity to lunch in the Haymarket area, as I’d been very remiss in not previously visiting Sushiya, to check out their sushi bar charms.Miso soup Sushiya is sister and precursor restaurant to the excellent Kanpai, so expectations were set high. It …

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I’m closing in a full set of the sushi places in Edinburgh. Today’s visit to Yes Sushi, on Hanover Street, took me one step closer, with only Sushiya (I think) left before I have a completed bingo card.Exterior The place is neat and tidy, with just one long central dining space. The emphasis is on …

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Looking back over the meticulously maintained records of Lunchquest, it turns out that I hadn’t been out for sushi since May, which seemed an awful long time ago. It does perhaps illustrate that sushi is one of those things which I tend to eat in “phases” rather than it being in my regular realm of …

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