Amarelo I clearly hadn’t taken a walk along Causewayside in recent times as I was completely unaware of the presence of Amarelo, a compact little sandwich shop which had been trading just opposite Sambuca since the start of the year. My eye was caught by talk of locally roasted coffee and something called pizza wraps. …

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Aleppo Kitchen I’ve been following the progress of The Sweety House on Clerk Street since it opened last year, but haven’t yet visited mainly because of my lack of sweet tooth. I was pleased to hear that their success had spawned a second shop in the shape of Aleppo Kitchen with an entirely more savoury …

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Pacific Fish Bar I haven’t quite mastered how to both comprehensively document a bus route for En route, en croute and time my hops on and off to actually stay well fed whilst I go.Exterior One recent consequence of this was that I ended up at the terminus of the 41 at King’s Buildings in …

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Aizle Aizle has been wowing Edinburgh diners since it opened back in 2014. I’d never made it along previously so following a chat about it a while back with old pals and regular guest questers Iain and Malcolm, we booked for a chill November evening and arrived with great expectations. Lavosh cracker snack The set-up …

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Land of Bourbon I was sad to see the Pizza Tree police box close a few months ago as I’d really enjoyed their light and crisp pizzas with really good quality toppings. I was intrigued by the name of the place that has taken over the compact space – Land of Bourbon. American whiskey from …

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