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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Yamato

Eastern promises

One of the (many) joys of reviewing Edinburgh’s plethora of restaurants for Lothian Life is discovering new and exciting places to eat, and Yamato is one of those hidden gems I might never have discovered.

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Paul Tamburrini Dining

Hotel dining delights

Paul Tamburrini at Macdonald Holyrood Hotel is my kind of place: fine dining but unpretentious; knowledgeable staff; stylish, unstuffy surroundings; and warm.

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Voujon (Revisited)

A great menu is surely one where you find a mix of old favourites and exciting ‘unknowns’ or tempting surprises. We found all of that last week at Voujon, in Newington.

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Mumbai Diners Club

On a very grey, wet and cold Saturday afternoon in December, what could be more inviting than a warm and friendly restaurant and the promise of good food?

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Passionate Cooking at The Radhuni

Loanhead might not be an obvious location for quality Indian food, but tucked away on Clerk Street, The Radhuni is worth putting into your SatNav and checking out.

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