Dram & Smoke

Dram & Smoke

Dram & Smoke

Kerry escaped the frantic city and headed to Leith for a theatrical dining experience, courtesy of the Naked Grouse, at the launch of Dram & Smoke. The Scottish pop-up restaurant runs at the Biscuit Factory during the Fringe. Created by school friends and Edinburgh natives Paul Ross and Nick Fulton, the four course dinner celebrated the best of Scottish produce.

It’s no mean feat creating a kitchen and dining space in a former biscuit factory but the boys have completely pulled it off. It’s a relaxed affair, best shared with good friends. Dishes are served from the theatre of an open kitchen and are a mix of individually plated dishes and ‘family-style’ elements that encourage guests to get stuck in.

Dram & Smoke runs every Wednesday to Sunday during the Fringe. Tickets are £40 per head and must be booked in advance. They are available from dramandsmoke.com or via edfringe.com.

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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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