Worth exploring for, Krem Karamel is a bookshop cafe in Inverleith with amazing cakes, good food, great staff and a lovely vibe. It’s new and already hugely popular.
Absolutely delicious food, excellent service and years of Edinburgh history almost hidden behind a humble red cafe front. A must visit.
The Remedy expands off Leith Walk into a homely bistro. Settle down for a friendly chat, some fine coffee and mezze or Mediterranean platters.
Even if you’re torn for choices while touring Stockbridge, I think Grams is worth checking out. It’s pink, and I’m impressed.
Betty and George is brand new at Howard Street in Canonmills. I’ve been several times and always had a good experience, but I can’t imagine opening during lockdown-lite and COVID-19 was hiccup-free!
This is a trend I welcome; board games are popular again. The return of board games somehow happened while missing the hipster trap and becoming an accepted mainstream thing. If you don’t believe me, then you only need to start counting the number of gaming cafes that are popping up across the country. Edinburgh has […]
I really wanted to find a cosy coffee shop that could feed me tasty cake. The weather was awful, wind and rain was whipping Edinburgh into a bleak misery and I had been outside for too long. The West End had a few places to pop into but I felt as if I deserved a […]
Update: The Elbe Room closed and was eventually replaced by Cutting Chaii, an Indian tapas restaurant which Edinburgh Reviews recommends. Nearby alternatives to The Elbe Room include the beer garden pub The Bullfinch, BAM Coffee, and Brambles on Salamander Place. I’ve been cautious about writing this review for fear of creating a jinx. The Elbe […]