The Pitt Market goes from occasional to weekly

Pakora, sushi salad and crab may on chips. Did we eat well? Mmm, yes, I'd say so.

Pakora, sushi salad and crab may on chips. Did we eat well? Mmm, yes, I’d say so.

When the Pitt Market started, they ran one Saturday a month. During the summer, they increased to weekly and then, when the weather got unavoidably dreich and horrid, they took a break. Now they’re back.

The industrial back yard in Leith is stocked with street food and drink stalls. The market opens at 12:00, food is available soon after and the music starts some time after 14:00. They’re open late and the vibe changes as the day goes on. It’s a fun place to be and to eat, open to all generations (kids up 20:00). I had crab mayo and chips from Barnacle and Bones and sushi salad from Ròst. Christopher, meanwhile had double portions of the spring time pakora from FreshrEVOLution. (They were good!)

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About Caroline von Schmalensee

Cooking, eating and drinking is fun as well as necessary. I do food for fun and I write for a living. Good food makes the world a more delicious and satisfying place. Good writing, meanwhile, can make the world a less confusing place.

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