If you’ve ever been to Greece, you’ll know that the country’s culinary delights are as memorable as the scenery – from Freddo Cappuccino to Spanakopita and Bougatsa Cream. Now you can enjoy some of Greece’s café specialities right here in Scotland. After years of Edinburgh’s growing Greek population demanding authentic Mediterranean tastes in the capital,…

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 restaurants and eateries for you to try.…

Could Scottish drinking habits be changing? Dave Law and Tom Hyde, founders of Scotland’s first ‘coffee bar’ – Brew Lab – certainly think so. Spotting a gap in the market, the Edinburgh duo are preparing to expand with a new late night speciality offering; that seeks to challenge coffee’s reputation as a ‘daytime-only’ pursuit. In…

Stimulate the senses and celebrate International Coffee Day on Saturday 1st October as the Edinburgh Coffee Festival returns to the capital. Following the success of last year’s inaugural event, the Festival is back with a host of exhibitors and a full day of activities to suit all coffee lovers, whatever your preferred roast. For 2016,…

 A Quick stop for Coffee at Wellington Coffee. I had to nip into town for a very quick shop on Thursday and managed to get parked no problem on Heriot Row.   Although it was dull, it was really mild, so after a whistle stop tour of George Street and Jenners I decided to treat myself…