The Ivy is a strong contender for an upmarket vegan visit in Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Dishoom has always had vegan options, but now they've added a breakfast main.
Harmonium is Edinburgh's newest vegan bar and kitchen, giving the Glasgow market a run for it's money.
I'm a bad Scottish person. For all my travelling, I was a late starter in the exploration of my own country (sorry dad!!). It's always easier to take for granted the places that are on your doorstep. Right? I've never been inside Edinburgh Castle either (oh the shame!!). I have my friend Dave to thank … Continue reading 6 Photos to give you Scotland Wanderlust
I started eeeking out dairy and animal by-products in January. Milk and yogurt were the first (and easiest) to go. Chocolate and cheese have been tough... especially when you're on a lunch break and don't want to spend £7 on an avocado wrap in Pret!!! Vegfest kept showing up on Facebook every year, but it wasn't … Continue reading What is VegFest?
Take a craft workshop at Makers and Friends pop up Edinburgh is riddled with pop up shops/markets over Christmas, but unless you're a local, hunting down the 'off the beaten track' ones can prove tricky. A couple of minutes walk from George Street, Makers and Friends are a UK rotating pop up shop selling UK … Continue reading 5 things to see and do in Edinburgh this Christmas
Sat on a flight last week, I just so happened to get sat next to a guy from Edinburgh, who turned out to be vegan. It's like god/Buddha/Allah/whoever/whatever had checked out my Easyjet seating allocation and plonked me right next to my perfect pal. After chatting about our destination for a while, we got onto … Continue reading Vegan and Vegetarian eating in Edinburgh
Living in a tourist hot spot, I often have friends come through and stay a few days. I let them go do the usual tourist stuff by themselves; Castle, Arthurs Seat, Whiskey Experience.. yahdy yadhy yah. But I always enjoy taking them to the places that most don't know about/leave out of their 'top 10'. … Continue reading Edinburgh tourist spots – from a local