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Brewhemia is one of those amazing venues which is well known for its impressive Beer Palace and the live music which fills the place on a Saturday night. We have been there a handful of times in the past year, not only for a few drinks at the weekend but also their fab ‘Pawhemia’ with Penny as well as an amazing Sunday Lunch with friends.

So when we received an email from the team at Brewhemia asking us to pop along to try their new Big Bluesy Brunch, we had to say yes!*

From walking in just after 10am on Saturday morning we were met with wonderful live music from the Blues duo 12 Bar Brews, the friendly service we have always encountered at Brewhemia and stunning surrounds. You could smell the aroma of fresh coffee in the air which was definitely needed, although the Bloody Mary Bar didn’t go unnoticed either!

As always, in the interest of trying something from both the savoury and sweet ends of the Brunch spectrum and being able to have ‘a bit of both’, we studied the menu meticulously until we finally arrived at a decision…

His

THE DIRTY STACK

Homemade Canadian style pancakes stacked high with peanut butter, Nutella, & seasonal fresh berries.

If you have a bit of a sweet tooth then this is the one for you! The fluffiest pancakes with lashings of Nutella, peanut butter, icing sugar, maple syrup and fresh berries — you can’t go wrong with that. I tried to keep my food envy at bay but did have to give in eventually and try some!

Hers

HAGGIS BENNY

Traditional or vegetarian haggis served on toasted crumpets, poached hens eggs & homemade hollandaise

Eggs Benedict has, for a long time, been one of my favourite dishes to order when out for Brunch and so I’m always on the mission to find the best one. This was definitely way up there with the cream of the crop. Perhaps it was the delicious haggis they used, the crumpets as an alternative to muffins, the homemade hollandaise or the scrumptiously poached eggs — or a combination!… But I couldn’t fault this Benny and will 100% order it again.

After letting our food go down slightly we took the plunge with some ‘hair of the dog’ i.e. delicious cocktails and it was the perfect way to finish the meal. We went for the Mimosa and Bloody Mary and they were both stunning!

What made our experience all the more enjoyable was, of course, being joined by Penny, our Golden Retriever. Upon arrival, we were given a blanket for her to lie on and several members of the team asked if she was allowed treats. She was thoroughly spoiled by all with plenty of attention and even seemed to enjoy the live music (just as well as she received a dedication from them right after we got there!). Just look at that face!

The Verdict

Food – 10/10
Atmosphere – 10/10
Service – 10/10
Value – 10/10

Ambience – Live, upbeat jazz music with lovely ambient lighting and chilled out vibe

There are so many things to like about Brewhemia and this is just the cherry on top. It’s rare for us to award any eatery 10/10 in every category but there was really nothing we would change or fault. If there was anything that stood out more than the rest it would have to be the service– it was just enough to be attentive but not annoying and everyone we met seemed genuinely very friendly. We can’t wait to go back!

1A Market Street, Edinburgh
Phone: 0131 226 9560

https://brewhemia.co.uk
https://brewhemia.co.uk/bluesy-brunch/

*disclaimer: although we were gifted our meals and drinks, the thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are as always, completely our own.

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After undergoing an extensive refurbishment, The Sheep Heid Inn reopened it’s doors to punters with a bang! The changes aren’t just seen in their new seasonal Menu, but also in the decor which includes lovely touches of modernity whilst keeping the cosy, pub feel that everyone loves. In celebration of their reopening, we were gladly invited along to try their new Menu!*

The Menu was impressively extensive, with a nice range of sharing and individual starters, as well as mains including everything from Pork Belly to Burgers/Steaks, to Pizzas and Salads. They even have a Vegan Menu, which was perfect for our friend, who’s vegetarian. Ordering our food was not an easy task with so much choice, but we managed to pick a few different things for each course so we could try as much as possible!

Back in January, I made it my New Year’s resolution to try more fish and seafood! Up until last year, I never ate any fish other than Cod/Haddock (in a fish supper which doesn’t really count!). So in light of this, I ordered the Sweet Chilli King Prawn Roll, with Chilli and Coriander, wrapped in Rice Paper and Sweet Chilli and Soy Dipping Sauce on the side. The dish was served cold, which I didn’t expect but it tasted lovely all the same. Our other starters included amazing Scallops with Smoked Bacon and a Pea Puree. This was the first time I’d ever tried Scallops and absolutely loved them.

Our friends also went for the sharing box-baked Camembert, topped with omega seed sprinkle, cranberry and sloe gin chutney and warm dough sticks. We had to try this too and it was of course, completely delectable. The dough sticks were a nice change to the celery sticks and bread sticks that are often served with baked Camembert.

For Mains, I went for the Buttermilk Southern Fried Chicken stuffed with ‘Nduja Sausage, with Sweet Potato Fries, Apple Salad and Lemon Aioli. The Chicken was seasoned and cooked to perfection– to compare it to KFC would be blasphemy as there was unbelievably not a speck of grease in sight. The breadcrumbs were lovely and crunchy but the chicken remained succulent and was well complemented by the ‘Nduja. My OH went for the Fillet Steak, which came with a Blue Cheese Tart and Twice Cooked Chunky Chips. He also opted for a side of Garlic Prawns and chose the Peppercorn Sauce.

Our dining partners chose the Caramelised Onion Tart (ve) and Beer-Battered Line-Caught Cod, with Twice Cooked Chunky Chips, which they both really enjoyed. For Dessert. they opted for the ‘Mini Dessert and Hot Drink’, which was probably what we should have done but as always our eyes were bigger than our stomachs!


I went for the Warm Belgian Chocolate Brownie, with Bourbon Vanilla Ice Cream. After 2 courses I was feeling rather full but I couldn’t resist finishing this all off– it was one of the best Brownie’s I’ve ever had! 

My OH chose the Melting Chocolate & Peanut Bomb, filled with Sticky Toffee Pudding and Peanut Butter Cream, served with Bourbon Ice Cream and hot Salted Caramel Sauce.  It. was. insane. Of course, we did somewhat choose this for the theatrics that goes along with it, but it tasted amazing too which was a bonus!

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Independent Cafe, serving fresh, seasonal food sourced locally and with Breakfast and Brunch being served all day – what is not to love?!

Hanover Street is a great area for food both day and night now, with the recently opened 83 Hanover Street, Six by Nico and Bar Soba all offering completely different but completely delicious food and experiences.

breakfast & sunshine smoothies His

eggs benedict with bacon

If you’ve followed our blog for a while you’ll know how much we appreciate a good eggs benny, and this one did not disappoint. As you can see above, they really do not hold back on the bacon which was great as we could share it more evenly! The bacon was cooked perfectly for our liking- nice and crispy! We later found out that they get their bacon (and sausages) from the award-winning Henderson’s butchers.

roast beef with remoulade, tomato & roast onion

This was the first time either of us had tried Smørrebrød, which is an open sandwich on dark rye if you’re not familiar. We both agreed that the flavours were really interesting and that like many of the items on the menu, felt quite healthy which was a plus. The crispy onions on top were also a delicious addition to the dish.

Hers

acai bowl
smoothie bowl with banana, blueberries, acai, chia seeds & almond milk topped with bee pollen, toasted coconut & goji berries

baked eggs
in tomato sauce with feta & za’atar

This dish instantly stuck out to me when I was browsing the menu. It’s not at all similar to any of my normal brunch choices but the promise of feta, middle eastern herbs (za’atar), and oozy baked egg yolks were enough to sell me on it. And it was completely delicious. It also came served with a slice of sourdough bread and butter, perfect for dipping!

We shared

homemade carrot cake loaf

We couldn’t go to urban angel without trying something from their cake shelf. We hear their almond croissants are to die for, but sadly they were all sold out by the time we got there! Nevertheless, we ordered a slice of homemade carrot cake loaf, which went down a treat, especially with a fresh cuppa.

121 Hanover Street, Edinburgh, EH2 1DJ
0131 225 6215
info@urban-angel.co.uk

Monday – Friday: 8AM-5PM
Saturday – Sunday: 9AM-5PM

www.urban-angel.co.uk

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When we saw all the work going on in this teeny tiny unit back in May, we were instantly curious as to what it could be…

When it transpired that this was going to be not only an independent eaterie with lux interiors and a fab lunch menu but also the brainchild of former Castle Terrace couple Roberta Hall-McCarron and Shaun McCarron, we knew we had to give it a whirl.

And so we got ourselves booked in for Sunday Brunch at The Little Chartroom-– and yes, we were the first people there. We’re those guys. 

The Menu offered a nice mixture of French and British style cuisine, with a variety of small breakfast options like granola or toast, to full Scottish breakfast.

We drank

We enjoyed a flask of Rwandan batch brew coffee, as there is no coffee machine (not surprising when you take into account the size of the bar), but it was really quite nice and was in fitting with the overall feel of the place.

We shared

To get us started we shared two of the smaller plates. We enjoyed the sourdough toast, courtesy of Twelve Triangles that came with the most scrumptious homemade chocolate & raspberry spread.

We then devoured the haggis sausage roll and accompanying turnip ketchup. I could’ve eaten half a dozen of these by myself – they were completely delicious.

His

Puddledub Farm bacon & sausages, poached egg, beans & brown sauce

Homemade baked beans, crispy puddledub bacon, charred sausages and perfectly poached eggs. If you’ve been following us for a while you’ll know this is just our cup of tea– simple, but when prepared and cooked as well as this you really can’t go wrong.

Hers

Ox tongue eggs benedict

Eggs Benedict is easily one of my favourite classic breakfast dishes. For me, it is usually just the right amount of food to satisfy a level of hunger, without being too much. This was a rather generous helping, I have to say, but I made some attempt. I loved the hollandaise sauce which you could tell was homemade as well as the beforementioned poached eggs.

The ox tongue was a little too much to manage for me personally, but it did have a beautiful flavour and it was nice to try something different.

The Verdict

Food – 9/10
Atmosphere – 10/10
Service – 10/10
Value – 9/10

Ambience – luxe interiors and lots of lovely lighting, big plush cushions and a touch of industrial-like exposed brickwork.

There are many things we liked about our meal at The Little Chartroom. The service was easily among the best we’ve experienced in Edinburgh, certainly as far as Breakfast/Brunch goes. The fantastic local suppliers, the thought that’s gone into the little details like the homemade jam and baked beans, as well as the speediness of our food arriving and without fault. 

30-31 Albert Place,

0131 556 6600

www.thelittlechartroom.com/brunch/

info@thelittlechartroom.com

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Just down the road from Leith, towards town on the lovely Brandon Terrace (Canonmills) sits The Blue Bear.

Any independent cafe in Edinburgh that serves exclusively breakfast and lunch until 3pm every day is A-OK with us. As well as that, their ever-popular waffles had been giving us a serious case of food envy for far too long, so we popped along to see what they’re all about.

We drank

cappuccino x 2
fresh orange juice x 2

As always we started off with a coffee and fresh orange juice. The coffee was lovely and fluffy, the orange juice, actually fresh, and both arrived within 5 minutes of us ordering, despite the cafe being fairly full.

His

eggs hector

toasted muffin – haggis – 2 soft poached eggs – homemade hollandaise sauce

This. haggis. was. insanely, good. maybe even the best we’ve tried.
Points for homemade hollandaise that was lovely and lemony and super fresh,
++ Bonus points for perfectly poached eggs. This one’s a winner.

Hers

the indulgent french toast

golden brioche french toast – nutella – banana – toasted nuts

This time last year I was working at Mimis Bakehouse so I can say that I’ve tried some pretty good french toast in my time. This, however, was up there with the best of the best. Scrumptiously crispy edges, fluffy brioche centre, teeny bits of chopped toasted nuts and of course, lashings of nutella.

We managed to catch up with one of the Owners of The Blue Bear, David, who was able to tell us a bit more about this fantastic cafe.

David and his sister took over the Blue Bear back in 2015 and have managed to achieve a lot in that time, whilst working together with family, a small feat by no means. You can tell how passionate he is not only about delivering amazing food but every area of service, in a seamless way. They use a range of suppliers local to Edinburgh and Scotland, including Campbells for their haggis and sausages, as well as Manna House Bakery for bread and croissants. They also use the amazing brioche bread from Breadwinner for the ultimate french toast. All other cakes are made in-house by their superb team (see below) and include a range of gluten-free and vegan options.

Another thing we loved about the Blue Bear was the coffee, supplied by Machina Espresso, who are a fab specialist coffee roastery based in Edinburgh. We would drink this stuff all day if we could!

The Verdict

Food – 10/10
Atmosphere – 10/10
Service – 10/10
Value – 10/10

Ambience – Light, bright interiors, plenty of artwork on display and little touches of blue. Lovely window seat for people watching.

+ lots of board games available
+ dog friendly

9 Brandon Terrace, Edinburgh
EH3 5EA
Mon – Friday: 8:00–15:30, Sat – Sun 9:00-15:30
0131 629 0229

www.bluebearcafe.co.uk
bluebearedinburgh@gmail.com

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Since Dishoom opened in Edinburgh’s affluential St Andrew Square back in late 2016 we have spent several evenings there, enjoying our fair share of Bombay curries as well as tipples in their fantastic prohibition style Permit Room, which can be found in the unit’s basement. However once again we have (up to now) neglected the much-celebrated Breakfast Menu, and so we made a reservation for Sunday Brunch.

Dishoom embodies the bombay cafes from a time long forgotten, and every detail from entering to leaving has been meticulously thought out. Incense burns throughout the restaurant and bar giving it that distinct ‘old worldy’ scent that we now associate with Dishoom wherever we go.

We booked our table for 10.30 but for a change we were running early and were those annoying people who turned up 15 minutes early. That being said they managed to find us a table and within 5 minutes we were sat down at a nice big table with menus in hand. At this time on a Sunday, we weren’t quite sure what to expect– but the place was absolutely bustling with people enjoying breakfast. In spite of this, we were completely blown away by how quickly both our drinks and food arrived — our wait time couldn’t have been more than 15 minutes in total.

We drank…

house chai – freshly squeezed orange juice – english breakfast assam – water

As a bit of a chai tea fiend, the minute I saw this on the menu I had to try it, and I’m glad to say it did not disappoint. This was the richest and most flavoursome chai I’ve ever tried.

His Keriwal

two fried eggs – chilli cheese toast – chilli tomato jam
(+ side of bacon & sausage)

The chilli cheese toast is something we have already had the pleasure of trying when we’ve been to Dishoom for dinner, so naturally, we had to order this dish. It was just as good as we remembered and the spicy ketchup was something we would take home if it was sold by the bottle!

It was a nice surprise to see that the restaurant use a pretty wide range of local suppliers, including ayrshire pork sausages and ramsay of carluke bacon.

Hers Sausage & Egg Naan Roll

freshly baked naan – cream cheese – chilli tomato jam – fresh herbs, ayrshire pork sausages – two fried eggs

I have to say I was a little stuck between ordering this and the popular bacon naan roll, but in the end, I had zero food regrets. The sausages were generously spiced with black pepper and you could really taste the fresh herbs and cream cheese. As well as this the eggs were cooked perfectly with lovely gooey yolks, the excess of which were soaked up by the naan.

We shared Bun Maska

toasted hot bun – slice of butter inside
(to be dipped in spicy chai)

At first, I thought this was just a brioche roll in disguise, but when dipped into the spicy chai it became something completely different. Although we ordered this purely out of morbid curiosity, we completely underestimated the punch this little bun would pack, as it is now the single most important reason for going back.

The Verdict

Food – 10/10
Atmosphere – 10/10
Service – 9/10
Value – 9/10

Ambience – bustling and lively atmosphere, soft lighting and incense burning throughout.

3a St Andrew Square, Edinburgh EH2 2BD
Phone: 0131 2026 406

www.dishoom.com/edinburgh

The Permit Room

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If like us, you love staying in hotels, but are normally limited to where and when you can get away due to a certain 4-legged companion, The Principal at Charlotte Square is a fabulously styled hotel that not only allows dogs but goes out of their way to make them feel welcome. It may only be 3 miles from our flat but we could’ve been a million miles away.

ROOM

We booked ourselves in for a standard, ‘Guest Room‘ for our stay but were pleasantly surprised by how spacious it was. Normally, especially in a city centre location, the most affordable room usually only has enough room to walk around the bed. But this one had a gorgeous big wardrobe, coffee table and 2 chairs as well as a dog bed and bowl for the pooch.

The Bathroom was also a reasonable size and came complete with a luxurious rainfall shower, 2 fluffy bathrobes and the hotel’s own lovely toiletries.

Penny found the amenities most satisfactory and especially liked the porcelain water and food bowls. She quickly became best friends with several members of staff who spoiled her with biscuits and cuddles.

THE GARDEN

We’ve enjoyed a drink or two in The Garden bar before and it was one of the main reasons we chose this hotel for our staycation. With it’s hanging foliage, glass-domed roof, and hanging fairy lights it is a complete oasis and can be enjoyed at any time of the day.

BABA

As it was our 4 year anniversary we got ourselves booked in to try BABA. It had been on our ‘wish list’ of Edinburgh restaurants pretty much since they opened and as it was just on our doorstep for the night what better time to visit. We couldn’t have enjoyed our meal out more.

If you haven’t been yet, we’d recommend beiruti burrata, beetroot hummus and lamb shoulder. To read our full review click here.

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To celebrate our 4 years together we finally got ourselves booked in to try BABA, the Levantine Mezze, Charcoal Grill and Cocktail Bar from the team behind Ox and Finch in Glasgow. We were already booked in to stay at The Principal on Charlotte Square so BABA was really a no-brainer, especially as we had been meaning to try it since they opened!

In true tapas fashion the dishes came out as and when they were ready so everything was super fresh. First out of the kitchen were our ‘snacks’…

#1

haggis and harissa kibbeh

This dish is probably best described as a middle eastern haggis bonbon, but make no mistake this was the best bonbon I’ve ever had and completely unique in flavour.

#2

beiruti burrata

beetroot hummus, whipped feta and hazelnut dukkah

muhammara, aleppo chilli and chopped walnuts

Next up our dishes ordered from the Mezze section of the Menu arrived alongside homemade pittas to dip. Each of these were beautifully flavoursome and unique, but our favourite had to be the beetroot hummus with whipped feta. We were warned about the spice levels of the muhammara with its chilli flakes on top, but we both actually really enjoyed it and didn’t find it too much at all.

#3

slow-cooked pork belly, charcoal-baked celeriac and golden raisins

lamb shoulder, ptitim, preserved lemon and tahini yoghurt

baharat beef kofta, butternut, yoghurt and aleppo chilli

baba ganoush, pomegranate and mint

The stars of the show were served up from the grill next. We were pleased to see that each meat had not only been cooked to charcoal perfection but were served with sauces, yoghurts and vegetables that complimented them so well. The pork belly was most memorable for us; you could cut the through the meat with a spoon it was so tender and the tiny golden raisins were a lovely surprise. This was followed closely by the lamb shoulder that was equally as melt-in-the-mouth, and paired really well with the preserved lemon and tahini yoghurt.

The only dish that we struggled to finish was the baba ganoush from the mezze section of the menu. It came with pomegranate and mint which was nice but unfortunately we found it very smoky and neither of were very keen on this.

#4

rose and hibiscus spritz

barberry sour

ice cream sundae

For dessert, we went with BABA’s own ice cream sundae with a selection of coffee, vanilla and pistachio ice creams as well as nougat, sesame cracker and mint. It was a really nice way to finish the meal as well as cool down slightly in the heat.

The Verdict

Food – 9/10
Atmosphere – 10/10
Service – 9/10
Value – 9/10

Overall our experience at BABA was thoroughly enjoyable and for the most part, we loved the whole relaxed vibe they had going on. The only part about the service we marked them down for was for when, in our opinion, the service got a little too relaxed and we were left waiting for plates to be cleared/drinks to be ordered for quite a long time. We found the food full of interesting flavours and thought it all came out super quick too, and we liked the fact we were left to enjoy it at our own pace and weren’t being hurried out.

130 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4JZ
Phone: 0131 527 4999

http://baba.restaurant
Principal Edinburgh Charlotte Square

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Ostara is one of our favourite places to grab a coffee before walking Penny down the Water of Leith, as it’s just off the path and across the road on Coburg Street. However, up until last weekend, we had never tried any of their food and this was becoming more and more a problem as we became more tempted every time we stopped by.

The Menu…

included both lighter option such as the chocolate porridge oats and highland bramble muesli, to more filling options like the tobermory omelette and whole scottish grilled kippers.

We both started off with a cappuccino, with coffee from Williams and Johnson which we have already tried and tested and rated one of our top 5 coffee spots in Leith.  We also enjoyed a homemade freshly squeezed strawberry juice. It was exactly what we needed after a rather heavy night beforehand and was pretty much the elixir of life itself.

His

two organic poached eggs – toasted sourdough – dry cured smoked bacon – black pudding – pork sausages

A man after my own heart, there are certain times the lighter option may appeal to him, however, this was not one of them. He was almost disappointed when he didn’t see the usual full Scottish breakfast listed on the menu, however, this was quickly corrected. The Menu is set out quite cleverly as you can order eggs ‘how you like them’ with sourdough toast and then add all the items that normally come in a full Scottish!

The eggs (and everything else) were cooked perfectly and not a spot of grease in sight, which I think his body was probably thankful for!

Hers

two organic poached eggs – toasted sourdough – veggie haggis – hollandaise sauce – crispy onions

This ‘Veggie Haggis Eggs Benedict’ was on their specials board when we visited and sounded so good I had to give it a go. I’d normally go for something with meat but I’m glad to say I didn’t miss it one bit and thoroughly enjoyed the veggie haggis, not to mention the crispiest onions ever.

The Verdict

Food – 10/10
Atmosphere – 10/10
Service – 10/10
Value – 10/10

10/10 on every single category is not something we do lightly but I can honestly say there was not one thing that fell short of our expectations. The people were very friendly and welcoming, even with Penny at our side and could not have done more for us. They also use a range of local suppliers and high-quality produce which is always a nice to see.

52 Coburg Street, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6HJ
Phone: 0131 261 5441
Opening times: Sunday – Thursday 9AM – 3.30PM, Friday & Saturday 9AM – 8PM

www.ostaracafe.co.uk

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The last time I went to Candy Bar was after a morning of lectures in my third year of uni, hello stress eating (we’ve all been there!). Their recent refurb has completely transformed the space into such a light, airy and green space you almost forget you’re actually in a basement!

Long, long gone is the dark venue that still smelled of drinks spilt the night before and the ever popular ‘Food for a Fiver’. It is now the kind of place you could spend hours during the day on a Saturday and not even notice. The food is still on the affordable side for George Street, but I can honestly say the food is so much better and I really don’t mind paying a few extra quid for such quality.

Starters

Rather than going strictly ‘His & Hers’ we decided to order a few different side orders/bites to share and a main course each, so we could try as much of the new menu as possible. We went for Mac & Cheese fritters (below), Chilli Fries & Crispy Battered Onion Rings (above). The fried Ravioli ‘Nachos’ were completely irresistible as well, so we went for the Haggis, Neeps & Tatties and Four Cheese flavours.

Mac N Cheese Fritters Ravioli Nachos Mains

We were both feeling rather full after the first course so opted for the lighter options on the Menu…

Hers: Pastrami & Pickle ‘Delwich’ with Russian Dressing & Parmesan Fries

Pastrami & Pickle Delwich

As a recent convert to pickles, I had to try this sandwich that was filled with them. They went really nicely with the pastrami (duh) and the Russian dressing. This was just the perfect amount of food for me and a nice change from a burger or pizza (which also sounded amazing!).

His: Candy House Salad with Chargrilled Chicken

mixed baby leaf – tomato – sweetcorn – cucumber – house ranch dressing

As with all the other salads on the menu, protein is customisable and with 6 to choose from, there is something for everyone. After a rather heavy first course this was really light and refreshing and the perfect dish for a hot summers day.

 Dessert

For dessert, we ordered the Smores Crispy Waffle Pancakes with Marshmallows, Honey and Milk Chocolate. We also had an old-fashioned Banana Split with Salted Caramel that was not only delicious but a massive 90s throwback, we loved it.

The Verdict

Food – 10/10
Atmosphere – 9/10
Service – 10/10
Value – 10/10

Ambience – light and airy surrounds with lots of foliage and greenery, with a slightly industrial feel at the same time. We loved the open feel of the place and the outside seating both on George Street and in the courtyard would be a lovely place to pass the time.

113-115 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4JN
Phone: 0131 225 9179
Opening times: Monday to Sunday 11am to 1am

www.candybaredinburgh.co.uk

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