Eating Out - Stylish restaurants

Eating Out - Stylish restaurants

Restaurant review: Castle Terrace Restaurant, Edinburgh

You might want to do something about your lips - they're black," said my other half, Rolf. I'm usually hyper vigilant about poppyseeds in my teeth, or cornflakes trapped in my moustache, but I was caught unawares by the inky stain rendered by organic spelt with North Sea squid. The shame.

Restaurant review: The Roost Restaurant, Kintillo

IF YOU owned a restaurant and Tim Dover's CV landed on your desk, you'd pause for roughly a nanosecond then hire him.

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A moveable feast

PREDICTING the next big thing which will sweep Scotland’s eating and drinking scene is not easy. If it were then I would be bobbing up and down somewhere off the Caribbean island of Nevis with a large gin and tonic close to hand.

Mix and match

MUCH like the left leg of someone doing the hokey cokey, cocktails go in and out of fashion with bewildering speed. One minute, they bring to mind Del Boy shouting, "You plonker, Rodney!" while spraying bystanders with his pina colada, and the next, every bar worth their shaved ice has to have their own mixologist with a pedigree longer than a Crufts winner.

Raw appeal

DESPITE the closure late last year of Fusion, Scotland’s first sushi bar, it seems as though our appetite for the Japanese combination of rice and fish has sharpened rather than decreased.

Easy like Sunday morning

Hadrian’s Brasserie

Sold as seen


Liquid assets

YES, it slurps and slaps within us to a greater degree than anything else.

Just dessets


View to a fill

The Forth floor

Dolce vita


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