Treacle

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Treacle, 39-41 Broughton Street, Edinburgh EH1 3JU 

PRICE RANGE: around £40 fro two, with a cocktail each 

With its fun cocktail menu, its trendy décor and Asian inspired menu, it’s no wonder Treacle has become such a popular hangout for Edinburgh hipsters.

Unsurprisingly, the place is crowded when we get there, even though it’s early afternoon. Deciding between cocktails is a hard task, made even harder by the friendly bartenders’ distracting mixing moves. I go for the straight up B**** Don’t Kill My Vibe and it’s a great choice.

The food is a no-brainer, as the menu is pretty straightforward and our lovely waiter Jonno is happy to advise. The star of the meal, without a doubt, is the delicious sharing platter, which includes sweet potato chips, crispy coconut chicken, craft ale battered prawns and pok pok chiken wings. It is followed by a tasty roast squash and prawn salad, light and fresh but still packing a punch. The meal is topped off by the sumptuous flourless chocolate brownie, a gooey delight that makes it hard to believe it is not your traditional, heavy dessert.

Deliciously stylish, Treacle is the perfect spot for a fun night out.

By Lidia Molina Whyte

www.treacleedinburgh.co.uk

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