Radici I was sad to hear that Rafael’s had closed as it had both served me both an excellent dinner and provided me with a lasting Lunchquest memory when the words complimentary and complementary had got all mixed up, as they often do.Exterior But life goes on and I was interested in what Radici, the …

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Spoon Cafe Bistro I’m declaring another blindspot. Much in the same way as I can’t seem to get to grips with Passorn Brasserie, despite repeated exposures I can’t build an appreciation for Spoon Cafe Bistro on Nicolson Street.Entrance way Spoon was one of our first ever reviews so the time for a revisit was long …

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Owl & Deer When I heard that Owl & Deer on Haddington Place was going to be opening as a bistro in the evenings it wasn’t a prospect that particularly thrilled me.Exterior This site used to be home to the excellent I Heart Cafe, but over the years has diminished in quality appreciably with my …

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Cafe Grande Cafe Grande is one of those places I’ve walked past so many times but never timed it right for a visit. I’ve never been entirely sure whether it was a cafe, restaurant or bar so that’s at least partly the reason I’ve not popped in but when I was recently hungry in the …

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Cafe de la Poste WelcomeI’d noted with interest the arrival of Cafe de la Poste in the old post office next to the King’s Hall. Regular guest quester Rachel had spotted it too so together we plotted a lunchtime visit. A French bistro, the place had an unmistakably Gallic feel to it, from the staff …

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