Lunch at The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen
1 Min
What: Elegant Edinburgh restaurant with an ever-changing, seasonal menu. Price range: Mains range from £12. Autumn has arrived and quite frankly I’m not happy about it. If I could, I’d hibernate until the sun reappears next spring but one Edinburgh restaurant is determined to show summer lovers like me what we’d be missing. The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen creates seasonal dishes using fresh Scottish produce, and its latest menu...
The Printing Press Bar & Kitchen / Lunch / review
Dinner at Maison Bleue le Bistrot
2 Mins
What: A dining destination in Morningside, Edinburgh. Price range: Mains from £16. When it comes to eating out in Edinburgh , a lot has to be said about word of mouth. So when I’d heard...
Dinner / review
Dinner at Norn
2 Mins
What: A foraged fine foodie masterclass Price range: Four courses from £40 If you’re the type to find public displays of affection nauseating, then it’s probably best that you look away now...
Norn / Dinner / review
Dinner at Dram & Smoke
4 Mins
This cockney catering outfit is currently setting the Fringe ablaze with a fun festival takeover. Hailing originally from Scotland, you were previously more likely to find Dram & Smoke...
Dram & Smoke / Dinner / review
Dinner at Vittoria on the Walk
2 Mins
What: Satisfying Italian classics from a family run mainstay. Price range: Pastas from £9.95, pizza from £8.95. There are times in life when only pasta will do. What better opportunity then...
Vittoria on the Walk / Food review / Italian
Lunch at Gannet & Guga
1 Min
Located within The Arches development at New Waverley on East Market Street, I was intrigued to see how (and if) the archway could be transformed into a functional space. But, one step...
Gannet & Guga / Food review / The Arches
Dinner at The Secret Garden
2 Mins
What: An atmospheric restaurant within The Witchery by the Castle Price Range: Mains from £16, set menu three courses for £36. As I teetered down the candlelit stairs into the Secret Garden...
The Secret Garden / The Witchery / review
Sharing Sundays at Steak
3 Mins
What: A carnivore’s dream offering high-end meat in sultry urban surroundings. Price range: £30 per person (minimum of two people). My first visit to Steak was a bit confusing. You see, the...
Steak / review / restaurant