Food & Drink
For those of us who often amble past the One Square restaurant on Lothian Road, there can be a tendency to think: "It's too posh for me. I wouldn't feel welcome." Or, "I'd feel out of place." Wrong. As mid-to-upmarket city centre restaurants go, it couldn't be more accommodating.
From the second you walk through the door, there's a sense of space and comfort, a real buzz about the place. But before we get to the grub, a word about the staff: informed, presentable, they bestow the attentiveness of a Wimbledon line-judge and the hospitable charm of a more refined, bygone age.
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