StallThe start of the Festival in Edinburgh means different things to different people. Some are ambivalent to its charms; some embrace the season for the cultural explosion it detonates. In the past couple of years, it has brought with it great things in terms of food diversity to match the artistic panoply. For me, one …

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ExteriorThere was a flurry of activity when Suree Thai opened, a couple of months back, with a number of positive reviews and quite a buzz about it. After our inaugural Hush Hour, I thought I’d pop down to Stockbridge and try it out. I was dining towards the end of service, so wasn’t entirely surprised …

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ExteriorI’d heard a lot about Ting Thai Caravan, and had even made it as far as the queue, during their tenure during the Festival, but circumstances had conspired against me, in terms of sampling their wares. I was pleased to see them reappear, with a more permanent feel to the place, after a quick post-Festival …

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I seem to be on a bit of a Thai kick at the moment. Maybe I’m scenting the lemongrass-infused finish line on the Thai places in Edinburgh, but if I am I think my sense of smell must be good, as there’s still a considerable number of places to go.Exterior Thai Lemongrass, in Bruntsfield is …

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I’m sure I was not alone in mourning the passing of the Blue Moon Café, when it closed down, earlier this year. It was good to see someone take over the premises so quickly, though, particularly when it was the opening of a branch of Newhaven favourite, the Port of Siam.Exterior Their shoreline restaurant has …

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