Cau – moo-ving steak to another level in Edinburgh

Head to Cau for some of the best tasting steak served with some smooth Malbecs

Cau, the Argentinian steak restaurant opened in Castle Street back in August. To mark their recent arrival in Edinburgh, EdinburghFoody was invited to an exclusive beer and wine evening hosted by Cau’s expert griller, Dom Ashworth and Head of Bars, Alex McNeil with some other Edinburgh bloggers and journalists. [caption

Wahaca firing up the Mexican in Edinburgh

Double dipping churros with salted caramel ice-cream

I’ve long been a fan of Thomasina Miers, Masterchef’s 2005 winner and newspaper columnist, who spent her younger years travelling around Mexico and falling in love with their cuisine, who following her success has opened up a chain of Mexican restaurants, Wahaca, with co-fouder Mark Selby, with their

No chopsticks required – new autumn menu at Chaophraya

Chaophraya is elegant and classy with views to die for

Call me naive and granted I’ve yet to visit Thailand but I was under the impression that Thai food is often eaten with chopsticks. Not according to the latest marketing blurb from Chaophraya, who have recently launched a new autumn menu. Apparently it’s only Thai noodle dishes that are eaten this