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Edinburgh recommendation: Craigie’s Farm & Deli August 8, 2007

Posted by cobaltmale in edinburgh, food and drink, scotland.
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Having done down a local hostelry this week I must balance this out with a recommendation for a rather new, if rather off the beaten track venue.

The cafe and deli only opened at the end of June, and I discovered it on a working lunch in the dazzle of this afternoon. The clear day view takes in everything from Fife to the Pentlands and a fair bit of the capital city. As well as the well presented (normally organic/free range variety) food and drink served there’s a shop and you can even pick your own fruit and veg at pretty competitive prices.

I didn’t have my camera with me, which was a shame, but the buildings you see top centre of the above shot from last summer are of the farm. Best reached via the Burnshot flyover turnoff of the A90. After that it’s the first right turn on the southwesterly road going towards Kirkliston.

Here’s the web-page to tell you more

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