ExteriorThe third part of the little triumphant trinity of Street Food Cartel places on show at this year’s Festival, Antojito had quite something to live up to, following the outstanding experiences I’d had at Scoop Street and Pad BKK. Specialising in Mexican fare, they offer a nice range of options, neatly set out on their …

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With the horrifically early train journey completed, I found myself in the heart of Glasgow in need of breakfast, so took myself to Gordon Street to sample Pinto’s, a place showcasing Mexican street food.Interior Speaking of sampling, I’d timed it rather well, as they were offering little free samples of their breakfast burritos, today, so …

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Los Cardos

In between meetings, today, I popped along to Los Cardos, on Leith Walk. It’s roughly equidistant from our Leith and city centre offices, which proved rather handy.Exterior The place has a lofty reputation for tasty food, in the “fresh Mex” style. It’s the home of the original Edinburgh haggis burrito, which was the dish I …

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#Christmas time, mistletoe and wine, children singing, fajita time#, as the Cliff Richard song goes. Following St Cliff’s lead, we popped to Cockburn Street to visit Viva Mexico, a place where I have a vague recollection of drinking far too much tequila, many years ago.Ceviche Tonight, I was joined on the questing trail by Iain, …

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MJ’s Verdict When I arrived at the Blue Parrot on the evening of Cinco de Mayo, I was ready for the beginning of a crazy night out that would see us eating, drinking, dancing and then karaoking till the wee hours. Fortunately, I am a dancer and not a singer and was content to remain …

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