Locanda de Gusti
Mansfield Place Church
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Edinburgh Printmakers’ Workshop & Gallery
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Cask & Barrel
At the foot of Broughton St, the spit-and-sawdust style Cask & Barrel is a beer-drinker’s delight, with a selection of up to 10 real...
L 'Escargot Bleu
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...
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This bustling bistro, loud with the buzz of conversation and the clink of glasses and cutlery, is no ordinary Italian, but a little corner of cosmopolitan Naples complete with hearty Neapolitan home cooking by friendly head chef Rosario. The food ranges from light and tasty pasta fresca (ravioli tossed with butter and sage) to delicious platters of grilled langoustine, sea bream and sea bass.