With just a couple of Fringe days left, if you’re still looking for show recommendations with a difference, I can highly recommend Comfort Food Cabaret at the New Town Cookery School on Queen Street.
Category Archives: All day dining
Foundry 39 – easy to overlook but worth a visit
The West End is full of bars and restaurants so it’s easy for any one of them to be overlooked. Despite the fact that Amy reviewed it a couple of years ago, I think of Foundry 39 as a pub/bar rather than a restaurant. I’ve gone there for a quick…
Harvey Nichols launches a new brasserie menu
Launching just as the summer season begins in earnest, the new Brasserie Menu at Harvey Nichols focuses on classic dishes and the finest seasonal ingredients and you really can’t get a better place to enjoy the tastes of summer when the sun shines.
Copper Blossom – cocktails and food off George Street
George Street is a busy place, especially this time of year: tourists and shoppers walking, eating and drinking day and night. Copper Blossom has been in its basement location at the corner or George Street and North Castle Street for a couple of years and has carved out a space…
Checkpoint is worth checking out
There’s an air of mystery about Checkpoint and their website doesn’t give a lot away, other than their menu and that ‘it’s a place to eat . . . a place for a coffee . . . a place to drink . . . a place for all of it…