Scott’s From the team behind Howie’s, Scott’s has been trading on Victoria Terrace since August. It timed its opening to capitalise on the Festival trade from this highly advantageous location. I popped in to give it a look on a very chilly Wednesday.Exterior sign The space is quite stylish and has a relaxed cafe feel …

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Aizle Aizle has been wowing Edinburgh diners since it opened back in 2014. I’d never made it along previously so following a chat about it a while back with old pals and regular guest questers Iain and Malcolm, we booked for a chill November evening and arrived with great expectations. Lavosh cracker snack The set-up …

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McNamara’s I’d popped in to a cafe on Lothian Road called McNamara’s a few weeks back and been charmed by the welcome. I’d been less impressed with the coffee but made a note to come back for lunch and see what their food was like. I made good on that on a recent Monday afternoon. …

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The Dining Room I’d been for a lunch in the old days of the Scottish Malt Whisky Society’s dining room when it was located on the ground floor of their signature Queen Street townhouse premises. I’d had a bit of an odd experience and came close to criticising a members club for being too much …

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Bozar Brasserie I don’t spend much time in fine dining places these days, but when a brasserie with a Michelin star caught my eye I thought I’d give it a look.Bread Called Bozar Brasserie, it’s part of Brussels’ multi-arts complex Musees Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique. The brasserie’s name is a homophone for the Beaux-Arts …

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