The Boozy Cow

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The Boozy Cow, 17 Frederick Street, Edinburgh EH2 

PRICE RANGE: around £25 for dinner for two, excluding drinks

Nestled in a cosy basement on Frederick Street is The Boozy Cow. Their Edinburgh venture is sure to follow their Aberdeen restaurant’s success as the menu, which is appropriately summed up as ‘Cows, Chicks and Dogs’, combined with the cocktail list, which features the Don Draper inspired Bacon Maple Old Fashion, and the grunge-meets-American- diner décor are a winning trio.

We ordered the maple bacon cheese and dirty chicken burgers with chips and the delicious chilli mac and cheese waffle; the portions are generous and healthy diets must be left at the door. The dessert menu features only one dish, yet the extensive milkshake range and the buzzing atmosphere certainly make up for it.

A cool spot to enjoy a couple of drinks and tuck into a tasty burger and chips.

By Lidia Molina Whyte

www.boozycow.com

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