Palace of Holyroodhouse – Edinburgh, Scotland

“Today, the Palace sites besides the new and modern Holyrood Parliament building where the devolved administration sits deciding affairs of state. It’s a remarkable contrast of two distinct architectural styles that reflects the character of the city, this perfect amalgamation of old and new reflecting the tradition and growth of the Scottish capital. The Palace since the 16th century served as the residence for the Kings and Queens of Scotland and is today used for state occasions when the British Monarch resides in Scotland.” Continue reading Palace of Holyroodhouse – Edinburgh, Scotland

Sugar Daddy’s Bakery – Bite Sized Food Review

“Located a short walk from Edinburgh’s historic University, this small popular bakery on Roseneath Street in Marchmont is serving up some giant flavours and delectable treats at one of the cities best kept secrets. One of the top bakeries in the city, this artisan delicatessen is serving the residents of the Scottish Capital five days a week, a highly recommended destination for anyone with a sweet tooth that caters towards Celiac, Vegan and Dairy Free demands.” Continue reading Sugar Daddy’s Bakery – Bite Sized Food Review

Edinburgh Castle – Edinburgh, Scotland

“Dominating the skyline of the Scottish capital, Edinburgh Castle sits atop Castle Rock, one of the UK’s most visited paid attractions with commanding views of the city and landscape below. Throughout history its role and function has changed, used for a variety of purposes from a Royal Residence to a Military Garrison, today, under the governance of Historic Environment Scotland it continues to serve a variety of causes. Within the castle grounds, regimental museums and the National War Museum of Scotland are open to visitors, in addition the 12th Century St Margaret’s Chapel and the 16th Century Great Hall.” Continue reading Edinburgh Castle – Edinburgh, Scotland

HMY Britannia – Edinburgh, Scotland

“Britannia had been built to serve as a hospital ship at a time of crisis, serving in a limited capacity during the Yemen Civil War in 1986 and due to her status as a non combatant ship in the service of the Navy she was able to assist with the evacuation of British nationals in the territory, fulfilling this humanitarian aspect of her design. A yacht built to project the majesty of the Royal Family and Great Britain, serving a multitude of roles and functions over her lifetime before finding a more permanent residency at the docks in Edinburgh where she rests today.” Continue reading HMY Britannia – Edinburgh, Scotland

Educated Flea – Edinburgh, Scotland

“Away from the historical remnants of Edinburgh’s Old Town, the Educated Flea serves up some of the best and most enjoyable Gluten Free dining in the city, a hidden away restaurant, off the main thoroughfares and routes of the Scottish capital, whilst not delivering an expansive menu, each and every dish is crafted in an artisan fashion. Rich in flavour, appealing to the eye, it has been curated to deliver a taste sensation with every mouthful using ingredients and processes far away from the usual cuisine” Continue reading Educated Flea – Edinburgh, Scotland

Makars Gourmet Mash Bar – Edinburgh, Scotland

This is The Food Review, an honest and unpretentious exploration of some of the most enjoyable and flavoursome foods around the world. I’m no food connoisseur, but I do enjoy a culinary adventure. From the refreshing gelato’s of Rome, the … Continue reading Makars Gourmet Mash Bar – Edinburgh, Scotland