Nomad I’ve spent the vast majority of my life walking upon and down Haymarket Terrace on a daily basis. The shop on the corner of Rosebery Crescent used to be an old style general store – was it called Stonehouse? – but more recently sold rugby supplies.Interior With that place’s recent demise a comprehensive refit …

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EasyCoffee I had some crackin’ good holidays that were facilitated by EasyJet back when I was a chunk younger. I haven’t used their services for a while but their bright orange branding is still instantly recognisable. It was a little odd to see their signage bedecking a new cafe on the corner of Clifton Terrace …

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Tea & Sympathy I’d been given a tip that there was a new cafe on Ashley Terrace that I should check out so on a bright Saturday I walked along the canal to Harrison Park to check it out.Exterior Called Tea & Sympathy, it’s part cafe, part gift shop. It’s a smart little space with …

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Nudoru My work schedule sometimes takes me to the west of the city around the Gyle. There’s a fairly bleak dearth of lunchtime options but I’d noticed a couple of food vans on a recent visit and enquired whether the Chinese one, called Nudoru, ever actually traded.Van Regular guest quester Robyn works in one of …

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Dunstane Hotel I’d had the restaurant at the Dunstane Hotel on my radar for a while but hadn’t had an occasion to visit despite it being relatively near my family home. When I finally got around to it, I found the place in transition away from the fine dining of the Skerries to something entirely …

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