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Where to eat in Edinburgh?

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amicusapple Sun 22-Sep-13 11:16:36

Love Phucket! Glad you enjoyed smile

AgathaPinchBottom Sun 22-Sep-13 09:45:02

It was really lovely - we ended up at the Thai (Phuket pavilion) and the food was excellent including the massaman! (Thanks ami!) we tried to book kyloe's first as Dh fancied steak and also enquired at the witchery but they were completely booked up. So I got to have my favourite!
Thank you so much for yor advice!

amicusapple Sat 21-Sep-13 22:00:32

Hope you had a lovely meal! Where did you end up?

HotCrossPun Sat 21-Sep-13 16:18:07

TGI's

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AgathaPinchBottom Sat 21-Sep-13 16:17:49

Thanks for the great suggestions - going to have a peek at some of those now and see if any still have tables! Such fun thank you! X

amicusapple Sat 21-Sep-13 16:07:59

If you are looking for something 'cheffy' and posh then the above will be more your bag. Maybe the tower restaurant?

Also Wedgwood on royal mile but both are old town.

WafflyVersatile Sat 21-Sep-13 16:04:54

The witchery.

Ask for some extra scottish tablet and send it to me pleasethankyou.

LoganMummy Sat 21-Sep-13 16:03:03

When you say really nice, do you mean places like this?
http://food.list.co.uk/article/32379-top-five-michelin-starred-restaurants-in-edinburgh/

amicusapple Sat 21-Sep-13 16:02:53

I recommend the Massaman smile

AgathaPinchBottom Sat 21-Sep-13 16:01:28

Brilliant thank you so much! I LOVE Thai so Phuket sounds bloody marvellous. Hurray! Can't wait

amicusapple Sat 21-Sep-13 15:58:47

Cafe Andaluz for tapas, Phucket Pavillion for Thai, Kyloe for steak. None particularly 'posh' (Kyloe maybe more so), but good food!

Enjoy your free night smile

AgathaPinchBottom Sat 21-Sep-13 15:41:11

Dh and I are spending the night in Edinburgh - first break away from DS that hasn't been a work trip since he was born. Want to go somewhere really nice to eat tonight... Any recommendations? New town area preferably. Many thanks!

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