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CalumC

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So, I live here now. Whats good in town.

Im only really aware of anthonys various outlets, what else is there?

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So, I live here now. Whats good in town.

Im only really aware of anthonys various outlets, what else is there?

I enjoyed Sous le Nez - made me very welcome when dining on my own on a business trip. Set menu with specials - very French.


Danielle Ellis

Edinburgh Scotland

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I always forget about Sous le Nez, it's been a while since we've been, I remember the meat and the cheese were particularly good, but some of the starters were a bit dodgy, heavy on the microwave.

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Both look decent. I'm partly looking for jobs too, so ive been enquiring for waitering etc. Anyone heard of Kendells bistro, up on quarry hill?

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Kendells was ok on my single visit from a few months back - a good cheap and cheerful choice for pre-theatre meals I would say. Not flashy in any way, but competent enough.

No 3 York Place is another option for higher end - but have not been enamoured of Brasserie 44 - imho

staying in the city centre - the Aagrah is reliable enough if you're looking for good curry. Akbar's was pretty good too. And Chaopraya by the station is a good choice for Thai, although I think Sukhothai in Chapel Allerton is better.

Fuji Hiro would be my choice for a noodle fix - above wagamama or tampopo also in the city centre.

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