A recent reviewer makes the very good point that this charming little restaurant has done well to survive years on the front line of the war zone that has been Edinburgh's t**m works. But it is not difficult to see why. Seating barely two dozen, it offers attentive but unintrusive service, excellent food and reasonable value (expect to pay £20-plus for a bottle of wine, £7 and up for a 250ml glass).
La Bruschetta has a touch of class and, though we sat quite a long time over two courses whose cost was exceeded by the drinks bill (we have previous for this) we were never under any pressure to move on and make room.
Very civilised. Recommended.
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