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73 Broughton Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3RJ
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The successor to Polish restaurant Pani Solinska, this café-restaurant is named after the north-west Italian region famous for its white spumante wine and truffles. While it shares owners with Rapido next door, the new venue has its own easy-going style and a menu that's smart without being too upmarket. It's open from 8am for breakfasts including bruschetta with goats' cheese or eggs benedict, but you can also call in for an evening glass of wine with crostini, decent coffee, or a takeaway from the prominent deli counter. More formal dining is available too with antipasti plates, risottos, pasta with meatballs and lamb shank on the à la carte menu.

Named after the Italian region famous for its white Spumante wine and truffles, Asti offers a relaxed dining experience with friendly staff. Open from 10 am for a heart warming breakfast such as eggs benedict or a full Scottish. Asti has a small menu with everything made from scratch, combining traditional Italian fayre with a fresh modern style.

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