Tuk Tuk has a pretty awesome reputation in Edinburgh, and for good reason. Its Indian tapas style dining experience is one of the most notable in the city, and it prides itself in serving up authentic Indian food.
I’m a huge fan of sushi and Edinburgh has quite a lot of really good places, but one spot that I haven’t been to and yet really wanted to go was Harajuku Kitchen in Bruntsfield – I’ve passed it a few times and yet never went in. Thankfully I was able to rectify that recently when the PR folks for the restaurant invited me along to give it a try.
The nights are getting longer and the days are certainly getting colder – yup, the sweet Indian summer we had has definitely fizzled out and winter is well and truly on its way! About a week or so ago, Mr Bug and I decided to spend a chilly mid-Autumn day exploring the fabulous independent shops of Bruntsfield, before stopping off for bit of lunch at The Blackbird.
I caught up with a couple of friends a week or so ago in Bruntsfield. The sun was shining, it was still fairly early in the day so it seemed like a good idea to enjoy a spot of breakfast in Montpeliers – one of the most popular bar/restaurants in the area.
Back from a mini-hiatus, I’ve been crawling around one of the most popular cocktail bars in Bruntsfield: Henricks.
If you like Mums on Forrest Road, then you will love Frontier, which has recently opened in the buzzing area of Bruntsfield. Specialising in American food, this restaurant has all the old favourites, such as burgers, hit dogs, mac and cheese, as well as some more unusual dishes…