BABA | Tuggy Tucks In

I’d heard a lot of good things about BABA and when fellow foodie Plate Escapes said she would come through from her normal stomping ground Glasgow to Edinburgh to try BABA for lunch, I was delighted that I had an excuse to finally try it too. Continue reading

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Kama Sutra | Tuggy Tucks In

I had the pleasure of being invited to dine at Kama Sutra on Drummond Street in the heart of the Edinburgh Festival action, minutes from the Pleasance Courtyard and Festival Theatre. Continue reading

Voujon | Tuggy Tucks In

Voujon captures the best flavours from traditional Bengali and North Indian cuisine. I was invited to sample their menu at their restaurant based in the Newington area of Edinburgh city. Continue reading

Cringletie House Hotel | Tuggy Tucks In

Cringletie House Hotel is located near Peebles in the Scottish Borders, a mere 30 minutes drive south from Edinburgh. They house 12 unique bedrooms and a self-catering cottage with a hot tub! As we drew up to the stunning castle structure, I was mesmerised by it’s romantic turrets and impressive baronial architecture, I instantly felt like a princess. Continue reading

Chop House | Tuggy Tucks In

(AD-Gifted: I was invited to sample some of the wines and steaks on offer at The Chop House, Bruntsfield).

The Chop House is one of my favourite Edinburgh steak houses. I spent Hogmanay at their Bruntsfield restaurant (they boast 3 now, the other 2 are in Leith and at The Arches on Market Street). Their Bruntsfield one is a mere 12 minute walk from my house and it’s great to have fabulous steak pretty much on your doorstep! Continue reading

MONO | Tuggy Tucks In

MONO is a dining experience not to be missed, with luxe yet cosy interiors, from the minute I walked in the door I was made to feel important by their attentive team.  Continue reading

Four Pillars Gin | Tuggy Tucks In

My boyfriend and I are currently travelling Australia and stumbled upon Four Pillars Gin on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Healesville, in Victoria’s Yarra Valley, where the distillery is located, is traditionally wine country. Approximately an hour’s drive from Melbourne, it’s definitely worth a visit.

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