Hija de Sanchez Copenhagen! My first stop on some global adventures that should take me to some interesting places. Hopefully you’ll enjoy the stories of Lunchquest on Tour. My antipathy towards Mexican food, and tacos in particular, is well documented. And while I remain on very good terms with the owners of both of Edinburgh’s …

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Habaneros There will likely be an upswing in my trips to the Royal Mail sorting office at Telferton given it’s nearing the festive season. My first trip there for a while was to pick up my new wine decanter. Fancy.Exterior Anyhoo, whilst in the Portobello neighbourhood it seemed a good plan to try one of …

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Jolly Bandito My indifference to Mexican food is widely documented but I remain of the mind that it’s because I haven’t found stuff that has really switched me on to it.Van It was in that spirit that I approached the Jolly Bandito at the Off the Walk street food market. Serving tacos filled with pulled …

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Wahaca When a new place opens and is immediately subject to a norovirus scare, you have to feel a good bit of sympathy for them as there’s nothing like a spot of disease to derail brand momentum. When this happened across a number of their outlets last year, including the newly opened Edinburgh branch, the …

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Express Burrito – SADLY NOW CLOSED OK, OK – my name’s Blythe and I’m addicted to writing about mediocre burritos. There, I’ve said it.Exterior The arrival of a new burrito place – or I think more accurately an old wrap place called Cafe Arabicana rebranded as a burrito place – had me rushing to West …

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