Blythe’s Verdict The weather was thoroughly miserable, as we made our way from early evening drinks at Whigham’s, including a nice catch up with Total Food Geek Georgia, towards our chosen destination for some much needed sustenance. Pizza Siciliana It was the second time I’d been mildly drenched, that day, as I’d experienced similarly inclement …

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Giuliano’s has been serving up Italian fare from it’s Union Place restaurant for many years. I’ve been for a number of meals there, over that time. Indeed, if memory serves, it was the first place that I ever ate melanzane alla parmegiana. It has had its highs and lows, but has always been a fairly …

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In many ways, some of the pioneering spirit of Lunchquest can trace its roots to La Rusticana. I ended up there, with Roman friends, a couple of years ago, almost by default. It showed up my lack of acquaintance with Edinburgh’s dining scene, particularly in terms of places for late-night dining. I vowed then that …

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Inside, leads down to a much larger dining space MJ’s Verdict On a sad, sad day (the end of the Edinburgh International Bookfestival), Blythe and I met up for a meal prior to going to the last Unbound event put on by the Scottish Book Trust. We opted for Caciopepe, which is located on Hanover …

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Outside Blythe’s Verdict In the words of the poet Burns, “The best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men/Gang aft agley”, but today we weren’t left with “nought but grief an’ pain” as instead of our planned trip to Pomegranate (which, all being well, with now open on Saturday), we headed over the road to long-standing pizza …

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