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AFTER THE BANKRUPTCY that led to the demise of the Chez Jules chain, the Cockburn Street Branch has been reborn as Chez Janine. Proprietor Janine Rennie, who was manager under the old regime, has relaunched the relaxed French restaurant with a bit of a tidy up and lick of paint. She's keen to emphasise that the atmosphere and prices remain unchanged. Chez Janine, 29 Cockburn Street, 0131 225 7007.
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Isabel's Cafe 11;? > 83 Clerk Street. 662 4014 ‘1” Stone walled smoke-free basement-— oasrs, servrng homemade veggre/vegan food - fresh, delrcrous and cheap. Tapas Olé
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Gl ASGOW’S BLUE BAR cafe 15 set to change hands. l'he Andrew Radford venture, tucked beneath the lrghthouse 1n Mrtchell Street Lane has been commercially unsuccessful desprte stylrsh surroundrngs and gualrty food. It Will remarn open until matters are resolved, but It's: a sad outcome for an excellent venture that struggled to fulfil Its undoubted promrse.
GORDON RAMSAY, NEVER out of the headlines for reason entirely unconnected with food (like swearing, business disputes and a tragic brother addicted to heroin), is set to remind us that he has a day job as a chef. September will see publication of his third book with the statesman-like title of A Chef For All Seasons. A major new telly series will screen this autumn. Following last year's Boiling Point documentary on Channel Four, expectations of high drama and foul language will be great. But our bet is Ramsay is aiming for primetime and family friendly rehabilitation. Viewers should expect expletives to be deleted.
FANTASHC Nl-WS l-OR fans of the rnrmrtable style of la Cursrne d’OdIle at the French Instrtute. Odile Petrre rs set to expand by openrng up a second venue on the me/xanrne floor of Edinburgh’s Strlls gallery We’ll keep you updated on this perfect marrrage of vrsual culture and exceptional l-rench food
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vegetarran dishes. L1ve Ja/x Sundays afternoons. DJs and dnnks
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39 Ashton Lane.
Unpretentrous relaxed contrnental bar restaurant offenng Belgran cursrne
+ vast selec tron of Belgian beers, draught 8r bottled
Mao Cafe Bar
84 Brunswrck Street Merchant Crty
Simple, gurc k and healthy Far Eastern curslne, liatrng out made easy
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Maclachlans Brew Bar
57 West Regrster Street 3.32 0595 Qualrty out of the ordinary wrth beer brewed on the premises, 100% organrc food and live musrc,
26 Bell Street, Merchant Qty. 552 7737 Mexrcan born owner of Pancho Vrllas Mayra Nune/ hopes to bring some of the real Mexrco to Scotland. Buen provec ho
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