As soon as I arrived at Foundry 39, I felt at ease amongst the familiar on-trend fittings – wood, brick, steel, light bulb filaments – and the large menu of modern pub grub favourites, many of which caught my
Badger & Co is a lovely spot. The decor is soft leather and exposed bulbs; tall windows let light gush in. It’s bright, cheerful and well-attended with young couples catching up or soothing sore heads when pal Gemma and I stop by on a Saturday morning.
There’s some exciting things happening at the Arches on Edinburgh’s East Market Street, near Waverley Station and the newest kid on the block is Chop House. This second Chop House bar & butchery opened its doors on 11 August, following hot on the heels of their Leith one,
How do you build a concept for your business? Daniel Campbell had a red telephone box and experience in the catering industry. Add to that a strong desire to offer great products and customer service and you get a café for coffee lovers and foodies who value a personal touch. [caption
During the Fringe, dining can be a frenetic affair but not so at The Radisson Blu, Edinburgh who has brought a new pop-up restaurant Burger & Fringe to the capital, for one month only in August.