Bob’s Blundabus Drivers’ Canteen Aimless wandering is just as fun during August as ‎it is at other times of the year. It tends to be how I discover most of the interesting new places in the city and once more this masterly tactic revealed an unusual little Festival spot in the shape of Bob’s Blundabus …

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Section 33 – Pie-Eyed It’s always good to see traders from Glasgow coming to join the fun of the Edinburgh Festival. This year Section 33 are at the forefront of the charge down down the M8, having done one night of their signature pop-up dining experience for the Edinburgh Food Festival, then stuck around with …

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Salt Horse Our Beer Man was very prompt in his visit to Salt Horse and I’ve now visited many times. It’s an excellent place which rather neatly carries on the spirit of the Blackfriars bar while still feeling distinct and new.Pie Their food offering revolves around a daily changing selection of bar bite specials, bakery …

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Graham Cherrie Even though much of my wandering around the city is on well-worn paths, I occasionally run into a place that has completely eluded my attention. This was the case with my visit to Graham Cherrie, today.Exterior On the same stretch as the Sicilian Pastry Shop and Bramble, Cherrie is a local butcher that …

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Rough & Fraser Dundee. Fog on the Tay. Not being blessed with much time before a meeting, it seemed like a trip to one of the city’s famed bakeries was the order of the day.Exterior Having met regular guest quester Graham near the train station, we decided that we would see what we could find …

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