My boyfriend and I went here for a late dinner after climbing to Arthur's Seat. We split and order of fish and chips- the best we've ever had!- and then had the rhubarb creme brulee for dessert, which was also perfect. We decided to come back for brunch the next day and were not disappointed. I had the smoked salmon benedict and my boyfriend had the croque madam, We both wished we could have eaten more and ended up taking two lattes to go which were also lovely. The atmosphere is very friendly and the decor is warm and cozy. There were only two waitresses on for a full house but they were very efficient. We'll be returning for dinner tonight!
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