Steak and a Shake for £10 at No 8 Lister Square The new Quartermile district in Edinburgh has been a bit of a mystery to us with modern apartments springing up amid the Victorian buildings of the old Edinburgh Royal. We love how the architects have blended striking glass towers with Edinburgh’s old traditional stonework.…



Taisteal is the re-booted “Field Grill” restaurant, aka the site of the fondly remembered Buffalo Grill in Stockbridge.  While the decor hasn’t changed with the name, the menu certainly has with chef Gordon Craig still in charge but this time letting his creativity run riot.  They have a choice of five starters, five mains and…



We were let into one of Edinburgh’s best-kept secrets when we visited La Petite Mort in Tollcross.   Tucked away behind Bennet’s bar, just next to the King’s Theatre, this atmospheric restaurant oozes theatrical drama as we approach.  The muted grey walls and ornate wood bar (from a ship apparently) can be seen past the flickering…



Skye – A foodies paradise. If you love good food and you’re planning a visit to Skye then you’re in for a real treat as the island has lots of great places to eat.  To help get the most from your visit we have pulled together our favourite ten restaurants and eateries for you to…



Celtic Connections and The Cail Bruich Tasting Menu Every January for the last few years we have been making a pilgrimage to the Celtic Connections winter music festival in Glasgow to enjoy some of Scotland’s finest musicians.  It’s also a good chance to try out a few of Glasgow’s equally fine eating establishments and so…



15 Perfect Stops for Food Lovers on the NC500 We enjoyed a fantastic five days on the NC500 in October – Scotland’s answer to Route 66.  Starting our journey in Inverness, we drove the 500-mile route anti-clockwise with planned overnight stops in Brora, Tongue,  Aultbea and Torridon. We wanted to visit great places to eat and…