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The Basement 10a-12a Broughton Street. 557 0097.

Restaurant quality food at pub-grub prices, sewed 'til 10pm in lively, colourful surroundings.

The Bookstop Café 4 Teviot Place. 225 5298.

New bookshop/cafe. Promises book- browsing, plus, extensive coffee menu, smoothies and deli snacks.

Common Grounds

2/3 North Bank Street. 226 1416. American-style coffee house on The Mound. Food served all day. Live music most evenings.


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Cyberia Internet Cafe,

88 Hanover Street.

220 4403.

Cyberia offers a friendly,

relaxed atmOSphere and 10 multimedia PCs, wrth fast internet access.

Dial restaurant/cafe 44/46 George IV Bridge. 225 7179.

'Wears its style with a capital with food to match.’ Conrad Wilson, Modern Scottish Cuisine.



32c Broughton Street D 478 7246

Global food with stylislr decor. Tuesday - Saturday nights, Sunday lunch. We need 'U’ to tun DSK to D'U’SK.

Filmhouse 88 Lothian Road. 229 5932. t Re'axed' . FILMHOUSE atmospheric

cafe bar, servmg great value snacks, salads, specials and brilliant cappuccinos 10am till late.

Helios Fountain

7 Grassmarket (With shop). 229 7884.

Mon-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-4pm Excellent vegetarian coffee house serving really tasty food.

Kaffe Politik

146/148 Marchmont Road. 446 9873.

Espresso bar. Juice bar. Food specials all day. 'Worth the trip.’

10am— 10pm, 7 days.


Russian vodka bar 81 cafe.

65 Henderson Street, Leith.

Tel: 467 7053.

Special vodkas, homemade food 81 traditional music Sunday Lunch with live "folk" from Countess Domozhirova.



57 Home Street. 221 1141.

A cafe and sandwich deli with an impressive range of culinary delights from Southern Africa.

Pancho Villas 240 Canongate.

557 4416.Mexican-born owner Mayra Nunez says 'If you're going to eat Mexican, then don't be bland.’ Lunch until 5pm, dinner until 11pm.

Passepartout 24 Deanhaugh Street, Stockbridge. 332 4476. Cosmopolitan cuisine with daily set price dinner menus from £12.50 (booking advisable), light lunches, coffees, beers and wines.

Peter Sellars

11-13 Willliam Street

226 3161

Icelandic experience; new cuisine comes to Edinburgh on Sundays with the best of authentic Nordic food - FOOD OF THE GODS!


41 West Nicolson Street

667 6676

Come along and enjoy this small bistro with a big menu, featuring dishes from all corners of the world. Remember to bring your own bottle to enjoy with your meal.


Smoke Stack

53-55 Broughton Street.

556 6032.

Much more than burgers and steaks at this stylish but friendly new chargrill restaurant.

Back Alley Restaurant

8 Ruthven Lane.

334 7165.

World wide cuisine, weekend breakfasts, Happy Hour, lunch menu, evening specials and Glasgow's best burgers!


51 West Regent Street.

331 1980. Not big, not designer, not sexy, just brilliant.

High quality Indian cuisine at affordable prices.

Brel bar: restaurant

39 Ashton Lane.

342 4966.

Belgian beers

(draft Leffe and

Hoegaarden); fine

wines; rustic food; cool music; relaxed atmOSphere.

Caffe Latte

58 Virginia Street, Glasgow 0141553 2553. (£9

Pizzas, aIe V ‘0 Pastas,Salads, L ‘V'H Sandwiches,

Snacks. Licensed until midnight,

seven days. Relaxed, friendly


Gallery of Modern Art Café Queen Street. 221 7484.

Arts Restaurant of the Year. Thursday, Friday and Saturdays from 6.30pm.

Last orders 10pm. No smoking.


20 Woodlands Road.

353 3278.

Scare-free food, organic groceries, excellent bread, fine cheeses, herbs and

Le Petit Pain

239 Byres Road.

337 1118 (phone/fax). Coffees, quality

spices, wholesome foods - yum, yum. sandwiches

‘e (’9 and pastries to 90 W

or to stay. Outside catering.

Market Bar 24 Candleriggs 564 3005 _. Relaxed atmosphere at this

stylish new bar/kitchen, serving modern international cuisine 'till 8pm. 158a Bath Street.


Much acclaimed stylish bar - a unique blend of modern brasserie cooking in an intimate setting.



104 Bath Street.

0141 332 6678

Top quality cooking,

two AA rosettes, fixed price menus. Theatre menu an amazing £7.95. Glasgow's best.

78 St Vincent, 78 St Vincent Street, Glasgow 62 SUB. 0141 248 7878. 'Most invitineg priced restaurant to have opened in Glasgow . . .' Conrad Wilson, The Herald.

Stravaigin 28 Gibson Street.

334 2665.

Fresh Scottish ingredients, authentic and original recipes, award-winning cooking, lively and informal atmosphere.

The 13th Note

King Street. 553 1638. Bar/cafe/venue with a totally vegan menu of wholesome food within a relaxed atmOSphere.

The Ubiquitous Chip

12 Ashton . . . Lane. 334 5007. —-

One of Glasgow's finest restaurants serving modern Scottish fayre.

Tron Bar . . . Chisholm St I (0 552 8587

Contemporary European style bar, building on the Tron's reputation for quality food and drink. Open weekdays and weekends till midnight.

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