InteriorIf you’ve already spotted Croma, on the corner of Lothian Road and Morrison Street, you probably had the same reaction to me: “what’ve they done with the cinema? Replaced it with a pizza place?” What has actually happened is that Croma has taken over the previous foyer space of the Odeon, with the cinema still …

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Freshly opened on Bread Street, FYUL (Food You Utterly Love) showcases wonderfully eclectic decor, in light and airy premises.Exterior Their approach won’t be entirely unfamiliar to you. It’s very much the modern coffee shop way, but their wall of mismatched doors, retro wallpaper, array of seating options, classic radio and typewriter detailing is all nicely …

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I had a strange longing for noodles, today, so hot-footed it towards Edinburgh’s noodle district to sort myself out.Exterior For those unaware that Edinburgh had a noodle district, it’s not one of those widely appreciated, official things. It’s more of a Lunchquest designation, given all the noodle shops and pan-Asian places clustered around Lothian Road, …

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Blythe’s Verdict It’s always lovely to have lunch with Danielle from Edinburgh Foody, so it was with a jaunty gait that I strode up the Royal Mile on my way towards Grindlay Street. Today’s venue of choice was Kanpai Sushi, the upscale version of my local sushi bar, Sushiya. Tuna Maki Upon my arrival in …

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