The Cramond Inn – Review

Canine capers at Cramond  

Edinburgh’s cat cafe is well established, however the Cramond Inn has long been a firm favourite with the dog walkers.

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Voujon – Restaurant Review

Food fusion fizzles then pops

Voujon is a contemporary restaurant in Newington offering a fusion of dishes from Northern India and Bangladesh. I took my dad – a great lover of curry and Indian food – to sample the delights of Voujon, which means “invitation to dine” in Bengali.

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Badger & Co.

Creature comforts

One of Edinburgh’s newest restaurants pays homage to a literary giant who briefly lived in the city – the author of Wind in the Willows.

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Checkpoint – Restaurant Review

Small Cheque at Checkpoint

It’s not often I have already visited a restaurant I review, and I usually prefer to check out unexplored eateries, however one place I was very happy to be returning to was Checkpoint.

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Master Stroke At The Golf Inn

“The best way to guarantee a tasty product is to respect the season of every ingredient,” so says Derek Johnstone, head chef at The Golf Inn in upmarket East Lothian village, Gullane.

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The Basement

Basement raised a level with quirky cantina

Mexican food is my all-time favourite, no doubt about it; from re-fried beans, to salsa sauce and guacamole, I pretty much love it all.

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