The Salvation of Leith I’ve been working a fair bit in Leith, of late. I worked here for several years about a decade ago so it’s very familiar territory. After a day that involved rather more thinking than was strictly necessary, I felt the need for a substantial feed so popped into the Salvation of …

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Bielak & Crolla I’d noticed that the Fair Trade Coffee Shop had recently closed down and been replaced by Bielak and Crolla, a Polish Italian cafe. Given it’s on my regular route to and from the city I had been meaning to pop in for a visit and managed to do so during a recent …

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Poldino’s Before the train clickety-clacked me southward, I had time for a quickish lunch in the heart of Aberdeen’s city centre. I had it in mind that I hadn’t eaten enough pizza of late, which is almost always patently untrue, but I went with the impulse so headed to Poldino’s on Little Belmont Street.Exterior The …

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Market Street Kitchen I’ve been caught in a couple of rain showers of late which have steered me towards some places nearby to my office. Following my recent trip to Brewhemia, I ventured all the way next door to the Market Street Kitchen which forms part of the City Art Centre.Exterior It evokes a similar …

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The Cafe by Benugo Glasgow continues to grow on me with practically every visit. I hadn’t been in town for a while so was glad to head west on a bright midweek morning. I arrived a little ahead of schedule for a lunchtime coffee meeting with loyal Lunchquest reader Ian. Our rendezvous point was The …

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