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Their menu brings together a “bites” selection, which would be ideal for sharing, or a full a la carte, if “Joey doesn’t share food.” They have an outstanding cocktail menu, too.
All of this is wrapped up in a smart yet relaxed New Town pub setting that manages to be both lively yet intimate.
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Plus, in addition to the normal cuts and weights of steak, there are always different market options and fabulous sides -- seriously, the mac and cheese is Situated on one of Edinburgh's most vibrant streets, Henderson's is a purely meat-free zone.
All of the veggie delights on offer are amazing, even by carnivore standards, but salads are a particular speciality: the Savoy cabbage, apple, and raisin (in yoghurt and mayo dressing) is an absolute must-try.
Sit in the glass-roofed dining area to take advantage of lunchtime sunshine and linger over a delicious dessert while getting to know each other better.
But at Divino Enoteca, the wine is the star of the show.
They have an impressive array of wines by the bottle and the glass, including an extensive array of Italian wines.
Or, if you fancy being taken on a journey, they offer several wine flights, all guaranteed to keep the conversation flowing well into the night.
The relaxed atmosphere, excellent coffee, and ready-made conversation material promises to make Looking Glass Books a fun and different first date.
Ting Thai Caravan Lively and buzzing with the atmosphere of a London-style, minimalist cafe, the Ting Thai Caravan was a Thai street food pop-up at the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe Festival setting up permanent residence on Teviot Place.
The cafe and book shop, situated in Edinburgh’s Quartermile, maintains that ideal mix of buzz and intimacy.