Scottish Food

Best Places to Eat in Edinburgh on a Budget

Fish and Chips at Skein Inn (Eat in Edinburgh)

You might be struggling to find a good place to eat in Edinburgh if you’re traveling on a budget. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. While most places will charge £10-£15 for a meal, and some places on the Royal Mile are far more expensive than that, I’ve found several places where you can get a meal for £5 or less. Not …

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It’s Smart to Eat at Union of Genius in Edinburgh!

New Union of Genius Look

My favorite foodie places to write about are the local gems which you might not be able to find easily. Just a couple minutes away from the Royal Mile in Edinburgh is a tiny hole in the wall serving the best soups in town. Union of Genius is a true gem, and definitely not unknown by the locals. Often the …

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How to Find the Best Brazilian Crepes in Edinburgh

Tupiniquim Brazilian Crepes

Okay, so maybe these are the only Brazilian crepes in Edinburgh, but having said that, they’re probably the best crepes of any kind in Edinburgh. I always ask the locals where the best place to eat in town is. But every now and then there’s a local gem that even the locals don’t know about. This “street-food cart” called Tupiniquim …

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A Guide to Eating Ice Cream Internationally

Barcelona Tourist Loving Ice Cream

I might be considered obsessive when it comes to eating ice cream. As if there were such a thing. I’ve averaged eating ice cream at least once a day this year, and I was eating three gelatos a day in Italy. In my travels, I’ve learned that ice cream is not always ice cream. Certainly don’t confuse Italian gelato with it. Turkey might …

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An Adventurer’s Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Dugald Stewart Monument and Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the capital of the most stubborn, stingy culture in the world, and beautiful beyond belief. My original plan had been to go to Edinburgh just for a day for the Beltane Fire Festival before heading up to the Isle of Skye to see my namesake. Then after Verona and Brighton I started to appreciate spending more than just …

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