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
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,
I rarely eat on Rose St, Edinburgh so the opportunity to visit Element was a chance to see what the city centre restaurant scene is like. Upon arrival the bar was jumping with a lively Friday night crowd; glasses of white wine and high heels intermingled with cask ale pints
Guest reporter Graham Faulks returns this week to Edinburgh Foody and sets off to review the Cramond Brig.
Chateaubriand at the Brig
Many a time I have driven in and out of
Wedgwood is on the Royal Mile and when we were there, a Monday in December, it was busy if not packed out. We’d been trying to arrange a date for a while: C. really wanted to go but he’s been working down south a lot so it’s been difficult to