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The purpose of this blog isn't simply to post a list of negative threads. It's more an effort in highlighting the very best places to eat, drink and be merry. All experiences are my own, or with my family. There is no connection between myself or any of the establishments other than as a paying punter. If you take exception to any post, please feel free to offer your own comments. This is meant to be a fair an honest opinion of where we've eaten.

Saturday, 4 February 2012

Mussel Inn Edinburgh

New Year’s Day (eve) in Edinburgh, the family and I were searching for a different culinary experience for our last evening in Scotland’s capital. After musing through countless menus we finally decide on the Mussel Inn Seafood Restaurant. Peering through the window it looked busy and the simple menu caused excitement. The children are always happy to eat the same dish as their parents, so mussels being a family favourite, we opted for a large pot each (with chips). The food was served quickly and without fuss and was of a very good standard. Seated with a view into the kitchen and the pass, it was great to see the cooks at work.

Some of our experiences with children and city restaurants have proved awkward and hurried. Here in the Mussel Inn the opposite proved to be the case, with a friendly service, comfortable family dining and a bill we thought very good value. So if you’re looking for great seafood and you’re in Edinburgh we can recommend the Mussel Inn. This post was brought to you from the ‘original’ good food quest', beware of other sites, which have used our name.


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