L 'Escargot Bleu
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Lonely Planet review
As with its sister restaurant, l’Escargot Blanc on Queensferry St, this cute little bistro is as Gallic as garlic but makes fine use of quality Scottish produce – the French-speaking staff will lead you knowledgeably through a menu that includes authentic Savoyard tartiflette, quenelle of pike with lobster sauce, and pigs’ cheeks braised in red wine with roast winter vegetables.