Azas Kitchen The end of Lunchquest is nigh but there always seems to be one more place and one more point of interest to capture before we finally swan off into the sunset. Today’s hook was the words ‘homemade lorne sausage’ on the window of a little all-day takeaway cafe called Azas Kitchen. Right next …

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Annakut I’d heard some strong reports in Indian vegan and vegetarian specialist Annakut so was keen to visit while I was staying on this side of the city. They serve their full a la carte at lunchtime. It features dishes with a multi-region Indian approach with a number of dishes from Kerala, Gujarat and Punjab. …

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Bravo I was wandering without too much of a direction, as is often my way, when I discovered that 2Nice, the Ukranian cafe on Dalry Road, was no more. In its place was a cafe called Bravo which looked to be ploughing a similar furrow but without the Ukranian specials. Little did I know that …

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Scran

Scran Ah, scran. What a tremendous word it is. It might be my favourite general descriptor for food, which is probably why I chose it for the Scran Salon which ran from 2014-17. It is more famously the epithet used by Tom Kitchin in his Scran & Scallie and Southside Scran restaurants. I was intrigued …

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Rose Theatre Cafe One of the places that opened in my absence that I was most keen to visit was the Rose Theatre Cafe, on Rose Street. My dear old Mum used to attend the premises in her youth when it was the Charlotte Chapel. Over the past few years it has increasingly been used …

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