Tom yamBlythe’s Verdict Lightning never strikes twice. Never return to the scene of the crime. As I crossed the threshold of 79 Buccleuch Street, the previous home of the execrable Lotus, and new home of In Siam, I wondered which phrase would be the more pertinent, once our visit was over Lotus had been the …

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I was rather pleased to hear that the street food maestros from Ninja Buns had taken up residence in the kitchen at Paradise Palms. I thought it best to pay them an early visit.Sign I’d reviewed the place previously and enjoyed the venue, but the food hadn’t quite hit the mark. It struck me that …

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MJ’s Verdict When we met for lunch at Noodles n Ice, I really had no expectations of what was waiting inside. What I found was music that was too loud and food that tasted fine, but the value for the money left me wanting to not return any time soon. Exterior The place looks pretty …

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ExteriorNew to Marchmont, Saiko Kitchen specialises in pan-Asian cuisine under the banner of “Fresh – Food – Fast”. I’d been intrigued by the place in the build up to it opening, so was pleased to find time in the diary to visit on their first day of trading. With room for twenty diners to sit …

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VanOn the final Saturday of Fringe Festival hilarity, I found myself in need of late afternoon sustenance so popped along to the Tram Stop Market to try something new. My eye was caught by the Thai Zaap, a van selling Thai classics like green curry, tom yam and pad Thai. I was in the mood …

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