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We had a really nice afternoon in the restaurant. It was very clean and all tables were separated with Perspex boards. The atmosphere was really friendly.
Our waitress was lovely and there was a great choice on the menu. A really good offer too with fixed price 2 or 3 course meals.
The food was...
The Devil’s Advocate, located at 9 Advocate Close, in the heart of Old Town Edinburgh, is a bar and restaurant offering a Scottish inspired menu which changes monthly. A short 4 minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley train station and found in an ancient Victorian pump house, The Devil’s Advocate...
The Broadsheet Bistro, located at 26 St Giles Street in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, overlooking The Royal Mile, is renowned for serving local Scottish specialities with flair. The menu is uncomplicated and presents the very best of Scottish cuisine with a modern twist. Fresh produce from...
Saint Giles Café Bar, located at 8 Saint Giles Street, is very close to St Giles’ Cathedral in the heart of the Old Town of Edinburgh. The minimalist décor gives a rustic yet lively charm. Serving up freshly baked café delights makes this an ideal stop for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea. In...
Because of the location it’s slight more expensive that a normal burger restaurant. However, the food was great and the service even better. All I’d wish for is a choice of how I liked my burger. I like it a bit more pink as it was quite well done. Can’t wait to go back and try more
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