The Best Kid-friendly Places to Eat in New Town and Stockbridge
Edinburgh Life With Kids » Food
by Laura Crichton
11M ago
Edinburgh’s New Town and Stockbridge neighborhoods offer a plethora of family-friendly dining options, ensuring a delightful culinary experience for both kids and adults. In this SEO article, we will explore some of the top eateries in these vibrant areas, where you can indulge in delicious food while creating lasting memories with your little ones. 1. The Scran & Scallie, Stockbridge Nestled in Stockbridge, The Scran & Scallie is a gastropub that is perfect for families seeking a relaxed yet delicious dining experience. With a dedicated children’s menu featuring mouthwatering dishes m ..read more
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Family life in Stockbridge, Edinburgh
Edinburgh Life With Kids » Food
by Laura Crichton
11M ago
One of our most read posts continues to be ‘Choosing the best areas of Edinburgh for Young Families.’ This probably shouldn’t be surprising considering the Edinburgh really is an incredibly place for families – whether you have toddlers, young children, or even teens – it can be really hard to pick an area when there is so many variables. So we thought we would shine a spotlight on the different areas by interviewing some local residents and helping you to pick. Today’s focus is of course: Stockbridge. 1. Excellent Education Options Education is a top priority for many parents when considering ..read more
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Williams and Johnson Coffee
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by Laura Crichton
1y ago
Some people navigate the city by pubs, others perhaps actually acknowledge streets signs, whereas I undoubtedly get around by my map of coffee shops. One of our Sunday morning rituals is to head to Williams and Johnson Coffee nestled away in Customs Lane. Custom Lane itself is a collaborative space with workspaces above, and a large open space below for events or exhibitions. It’s always worth popping in to see what’s on – but it’s also home to some of the best coffee in Edinburgh. All the coffee is single origin and roasted on sight – this results in a) tasty fresh coffee and b) a great smell ..read more
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A Visit to Vogrie Park
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by Laura Crichton
2y ago
If you’re looking for a quick way to escape the city, Vogrie Country Park provides the opportunity to feel like you’re in remote countryside whilst only being 45 minutes or so from Edinburgh City Centre! It has 11.5 miles of paths taking you through woodlands and the Tyne Valley – and the arrival of Spring affords the perfect time to visit. This post is sponsored by Midlothian Tourist Forum but all thoughts, words, and images are our own. The Adventure Playground The first stop for us on any visit is the Adventure Playground. The route there is sign posted from the car park, and a sh ..read more
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Rainy Day Activities in Midlothian
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by Laura Crichton
2y ago
The weather continues to be ‘variable’ this Spring, if frequent rain clouds disrupting the attempts at sun. Whilst we’ve been out braving the wet a fair amount on some days you really do just want to stay dry! Today was one of those days… This post is sponsored by Midlothian Tourist Forum but all thoughts, words, and images are our own. Brunch at the Papermill Lasswade After a lazy morning at home we headed out to Lasswade for a late brunch. The Papermill is incredibly easy to find – being just off the main road into Lasswade – and has plenty of parking outside. The kids were quick t ..read more
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A magical afternoon tea
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by Laura Crichton
3y ago
For any budding witches, wizards, or even wannabe centaurs, Edinburgh is undoubtedly the place to live. Magic seems to ooze out of the streets in Old Town, and it’s certainly not hard to imagine extra buildings suddenly appearing in the gaps! So when we were invited to sample a ‘Wizarding Afternoon Tea’ at The Cauldron, it seemed like the perfect treat for our little Harry Potter fans. Walking down the stairs to The Cauldron, really feels like your headed down to a potions dungeon but rather than Professor Snape waiting to greet you – you’re actually greeted by someone ready to fit you for you ..read more
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Wagamama, St Andrew’s Square
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by Laura Crichton
3y ago
After a long week of homeschooling, we were delighted to be invited to enjoy a meal from our local Wagamama. We’re usually regulars here with the kids so it was the nicest treat to have a giant bowl of normality! On the off chance you haven’t heard of Wagamama, it’s a nationwide chain of restaurants inspired by Japanese ramen bars that aims to celebrate asian food. Every meal aims to be fresh and nourishing – with an array of tempting colour, and aroma. Right now, they’re open in Edinburgh for click and collect, or delivery via Deliveroo – so I was keen to see if our normal experience could be ..read more
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Edinburgh Festive Tasty Treats
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by Emily Thomas
3y ago
If you’re anything like us, this time of year is all about a wander up town to eat a Nutella crepe and a scorching hot chocolate smothered in marshmallows. While the usual markets that supply this aren’t an option this year (2020 strikes again!), it has given us the opportunity to search for festive alternatives in the city centre by Edinburgh food institutions and local small businesses. Our chosen treats below are all centred around Princes Street in the city centre, and could be a nice accompaniment to our Christmas tree trail – see previous blog post. Okay, time to prepare yourself for a m ..read more
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10 Top Pizza Restaurants in Edinburgh
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by Laura Crichton
4y ago
I love pizza. It reminds me of wondering around Rome in the sun. It recreates memories of family evenings making pizza. But ultimately, it just feels like a fun, no-hassle type food. Thankfully, Edinburgh has some amazing pizza restaurants – so thought I’d share just a few of our family favourites: Civernos The original Civernos is epic, but I want to give a shout out to it’s Little Sister – Civernos Slice. Perfectly located close to the National Museum of Scotland – or for many Edinburgh Festival events – it’s the perfect place to stop for a quick bite. Sadly, not that buggy friendl ..read more
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An Instagram Guide to Eating Out in Edinburgh
Edinburgh Life With Kids » Food
by Laura Crichton
5y ago
Edinburgh has a huge array of restaurants that are fantastic for families. But for visitors it can be hard to know where to go and to choose between all the different options. For families here in Edinburgh for a city break, it’s important to make the most of every minute – whilst not missing out on any of the great gems. I’m often asked for recommendations for food recommendations which can it really does depend on what part of the city you’re in. But I thought it was about time that I recorded a few family favourites in one place. Breakfast Brochan – porridge may not sound like your ..read more
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