kevin Nowbaveh

Articles by kevin Nowbaveh:

Inside Fhior

Towering food and wine that are affordable to the broader public? The food and wine at Edinburgh’s Fhior are ethical, sustainable, the latter coming unmediated from craft producers.

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The Ashmaan

The Ashmaan: Heaven’s Gateway in Linlithgow.

I’ve heard so many good things about this place.

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Beecraigs – Adventures in Wonderland

Entering Beecraigs, there’s a viewing platform made from wood.  Climbing the stairs: to the right, we have rolling hills, shapes in the distance, the Forth, the new road bridge.  Fields with black-faced sheep.  A thick frost.

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Edinburgh Mosque Kitchen

A Love/Love Relationship.

Following my appetite, I wander the High Street. A few of us file through the doors of The Edinburgh Mosque Kitchen, and straightaway, there’s a wall of olfactory goodness: braised vegetables, dahl, marsala rice, fresh naan bread.

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Dance, Dance, Dance, to the Fife Arms

I keep my polarised Thom Browne sunglasses on in the cocktail waiting room; there’s an impressive selection of Man Ray photographs in the owner’s collection. Someone said the place reminded them of the Addams’ Family –  Hmm. Maybe if there was more dust and cobwebs, but not really.

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The Ivy: Hey, Ho, Let’s Go

Everyone’s a celebrity at The Ivy. As we walk through the green curtains we are hit with the lights reflecting the bar, glasses and mirrors, like the flash of baying paparazzi clambering for our photos.

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