Wayoo – SADLY NOW CLOSED Having recently visited Marchmont to review coffee and porridge, I was struck by how many of the little cafes in the neighbourhood I either hadn’t visited, hadn’t reviewed or both. One of these was Wayoo, a cold-pressed juice bar, so I made a point of returning to the neighbourhood to …

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Alplings

Alplings The transition from street food vendor to permanent premises can be a tricky one. Recently, the place that’s achieved it most successfully is Ninja Buns to Ninja Kitchen. The latest folks to give it a go are Alplings, the purveyors of fine Austrian dumplings.Exterior They’ve taken up residence in a small place on Henderson …

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Surgeon’s Hall Courtyard Bar & BBQ I’ve visited the courtyard bar and BBQ at Surgeon’s Hall for the last couple of years but on both occasions it was after I’d finished all the required Festival reviews. Once more, I’d ‎forgotten about it in my initial consideration but remembered slightly earlier this year so can finally …

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Tigerlily After tearing into Badger & Co for being a New Town style palace with zero substance, I’m not sure too many people would have been recommending that I give Tigerlily on George Street a visit, but I was hungry and nearby so thought I’d give it a go.Exterior Flagship bar of the Montpelier Group, …

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Grumpy Fountainbridge Fridays continue to flourish with a regularly circulating roster of traders offering a really good selection to people in need of a lunchtime or early evening nosh.Stall Today’s traders included a fresh looking stall called Grumpy, which is an excellent name for a vegan and vegetarian place. Eventually there should be street food …

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