Support Your Local Gunfighters If you’re looking to change career and have no particular regard for pay and conditions, let me recommend the hospitality industry right now. Edinburgh is dying on its arse for chefs, baristas, mixolosophers and other hospitabologists. Edinburgh is not alone in experiencing this. We want to be more welcoming than we …

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Kama Sutra Kama Sutra originally opened on Lothian Road but closed – the execrable Wildwood took over the space – and upped sticks to Drummond Street. They opened a few months back in the property that used to be B’Est, a rather misnamed French restaurant.Exterior Part of the Ashoka group of curry houses based across …

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AT Fresh

AT Fresh After stopping in for an excellent espresso at Cult, I was ambling back towards the city centre with the vague intention of eating when I stumbled across AT Fresh, nestled at the foot of monstrous Appleton Tower.Exterior It describes itself as a pop-up cafe and while fixtures and fittings have a contemporary and …

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Pizza Posto

Pizza Posto I got in a bit of brouhaha online with the chaps at Brewhemia a while back when I expressed views about businesses opening in July to capitalise on Festival business. In my experience, these places tend to have major staffing issues which usually manifest in hopelessly poor service or sloppy kitchen practice. I …

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Mangal at Salt Horse I’m a pretty regular visitor to Salt Horse and my stops have been of increasing frequency recently. Part of the reason for that, aside from their continuingly excellent selection of beers, has been the arrival of Mangal in their kitchen.Kebab The previous food offering, the rather splendid burgers and chicken from …

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