Culinary Art Blog

Divino – classy setting, classy wine, classy food.

A recent refit has seen this characterful subterranean haven expand its kitchens and reshape the interiors so the restaurant, enoteca and al fresco space all have their own distinct areas. Luckily none of the rich and chic atmosphere has been sacrificed. The restaurant boasts dark walls, wooden floors and plush leather seating to provide a [more]

Elegance, Sophistication and Fantastic Wines. Le Di-Vin has it all

The beautiful oratory of St Anne’s building poking out from the corner of Randolph Place is home to not one but two fabulous French venues.  La P’tite Folie holds court on the right of the classically styled foyer, but there’s also a fun Gallic surprise awaiting those who haven’t been tempted to push on that [more]

Fine dining at the Chippie from Six by Nico Glasgow

Top chef Nico Simione sure likes a challenge. Not content with running his trailblazing 111 restaurant where he offers Michelin standard dishes at reasonable prices, his brand new venture aims to bring a six course tasting menu to eager foodies at a mere 25 quid a head. Opening on the 14th March in Finnieston, Six [more]

Divino Enoteca Reborn

One of Edinburgh’s finest food and wine bars is ready to reveal a new chapter in its mission to deliver authentic Italian cuisine and stimulating Italian wines. Following a recent expansion Divino is eager to launch its new menu and spanking fresh look. [more]