Recently opened where the Deli Polonia cafe used to be, on Leith Walk, Avenue C is a new, entertainingly eclectic cafe.Exterior Mismatched decor is almost becoming the norm with new places, but they have brought a fresh take to it. I sat in a marvellous, roughly hewn chair, after having placed my order at the …

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Considering the amount of times I’ve visited for espresso, over recent months, when it suddenly occurred to me that I hadn’t actually reviewed lunch at Razzo, I felt rather silly.Exterior Part of the reason for this oversight is that I did review them when they had their branch on Waverley Steps, so had a good …

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I’d been meaning to stop in for a lunchtime visit to Kilimanjaro, ever since I popped in to try their espresso and spotted that they offered a wide selection of daily soups.Exterior On a surprisingly warm and sunny day, I joined Hannah, who’d arrived a few minutes before me, at a window table that proved …

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Persian tent!Sometimes the best Festival hideaways are in ridiculously obvious places. Two such examples are pop-ups on Princes Street, this year. Firstly, we have the HMV Garden, where excellent coffee and whatnots from Castello, sit next to an art exhibition and live music performances, all in the slightly unusual confines of the basement of the …

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Taking advantage of the wonderfully warm weather, some of the Edinburgh coffee bright sparks have started showcasing cold brew iced coffee. You’ll have probably tried iced coffee at one time or another. I last had it at the Garden Party at Holyrood Palace, although I also remember sampling it at a Dunkin’ Donuts on Long …

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