L’Artichaut in Edinburgh, La Garrigue’s vegetarian little sister, has friendly service and a great menu where seasonable vegetables are given the respectful treatment they deserve.
Leaving Edinburgh behind, a trip to Nottingham to savour Sat Bains’ cooking is well worth 6 hours drive
Visiting Edinburgh for the festivals in August 2010? Experience some foody shows, tastes and adventures.
A Chinese restaurant like no other, experience Chop Chop’s new restaurant in Leith
Planning where you’ll eat during the Edinburgh Festivals is just as important as booking shows. Discover how to enjoy your Edinburgh experience to the full.
Edinburgh Foody explores Portland’s food carts.
Castagna, a Portland, Oregon restaurant showcasing local ingredients in an innovativge fashion.
Hotel du Vin in Edinburgh is great for a drink in the cozy whisky snug, or dinner in the bistro. This review speaks highly of a dressed crab and touches on a less impressive cheese soufflé.
The gastronomic highlights from a day out at Taste Edinburgh and thoughts on where the festival may be going next year.
Gandolfi Fish, 84-86 Albion Street, Glasgow, is a stylish yet relaxed fish restaurant offering fresh and delicious seafood. This review describes a plat of langoustines that were very special indeed.