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.
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.
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.
I was invited to Aizle for a kombucha masterclass and came away with my own SCOBY – what a scoop!
From now until Christmas, Edinburgh favourites Fresh Revolution are bringing a taste of their locally-minded street food to St Stephen Street.
Three of the EdinburghFoody team, Kerry, Amy and Caroline, headed to the Shore for the official launch of TOAST, Leith’s first wine cafe and a long overdue catch-up before Amy headed to the Usher Hall to see one of her favourite bands, The National.
Kerry was invited along to the launch of Mary Contini’s new book ‘Dear Alfonso – An Italian Feast of Love and Laughter‘ at Valvona & Crolla and it was the perfect opportunity to get her own copy of the book signed to add to her other Mary Contini books, Dear Olivia and Dear Francesca. Continue reading