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Latest Reviews


Falko Konditormeister

By Robert Hamilton

'Without doubt the best place in Edinburgh for cake & coffee. If you like your coffee & cake this is the place to visit.'

Tang's Japanese Dining

By Laetitia PichevinHarrison

'I have spent lovely evenings and had lovely fresh food at Tang's. If you are ìn the old town and hungry for healthy food, I would recommend a stop in this restaurant.'

The Royal Mile

By David Hamilton

'Absolutely love walking along the Royal Mile, I last visited on a cold, wet December night and it was still beautiful with so much to see and do.'

Edinburgh Castle

By David Hamilton

'The climb to the Castle is a fascinating mix of narrow, stepped side streets and pathways lined with quirky shops and bars. Spent hours admiring the breathtaking views of city below. Stunning!'

Dominion Cinema

By Peigi Series

'The best cinema in the world, with big, super comfortable sofas just for yourself and free pringles :) And a nice choice of movies too. '

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