Beaujolais noveau is fresh, fruity and ruby bright.
The third Thursday of November is the release date for Beaujolais Noveau, the young, juicy red wine. To celebrate, we went to Bar a vin,
Modern Indian Cuisine at Navadhanya
Kerry joined bloggers and other regulars at Navadhanya for a winter tasting and menu preview.
Tatare of Highland venison, pickled mushrooms and walnuts
It’s beginning to taste a lot like Christmas when I went along to a preview of all things festive at the Pompadour at the Waldorf Astoria, Edinburgh last night.
An enticing ‘Day of the Dead’ cupcake and tequila set the scene for the launch of a new Mexican bar, Diablo Loco in Edinburgh
On the Day of the Dead, also known as All Saints Day, I went along to the launch of a new Mexican bar, Diablo Loco, on South Clerk Street for a tequila soaked journey into the hottest fiesta this side of Tijuana.
Goat curry with rice & peas, and dumplings. Gorgeous!
Caroline went to Trenchtown Social Club, the Caribbean restaurant in Tollcross, to chase away memories of ice cream with goat curry and iced tea.
One of Edinburgh’s favourite Japanese restaurants and street food stalls, Harajuku Kitchen, has launched its latest incarnation with an izakaya style residency at Cabaret Voltaire. I went along earlier tonight, with other food and travel bloggers to try it out.
Kombucha drinks and excellent snacks at Aizle. Now home to make my own!
I was invited to Aizle for a kombucha masterclass and came away with my own SCOBY – what a scoop!
Fresh Revolution Buffalo House offering
From now until Christmas, Edinburgh favourites Fresh Revolution are bringing a taste of their locally-minded street food to St Stephen Street.
The Old Curiosity Gins from the Secret Herb Garden
There’s a curious thing happening in the world of gin, a colour-changing gin, from the Secret Herb Garden. Kerry attended their soft launch at the Scottish Cafe last Thursday and loved what she tried. Continue reading
Middle layer: Figs in almonds and pistachio cannoli. Those figs! I’d like to by them by the dozen.
Divino Enoteca invited a group of Edinburgh-based food bloggers to try their Italian afternoon tea. With prosecco no less. And a fig pastry I will rave about for weeks.