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Published on : Friday, November 11, 2016
Kitch is found in Canterbury, south-east England – 50 minutes by train from London’s Kings Cross St Pancras. It dishes up some of the most innovative organic dishes around. Brunch is the best time to come: along with a traditional ‘Full English’ (eggs, bacon, beans, sausages, tomato, fried bread), you can feast on a kale and sundried tomato scramble, or pesto-stuffed aubergine rolls.
The Egg Café is a refectory-like restaurant and independent gallery rolled into one. Located in the middle of Liverpool, north-west England, its airy loft space crowns an old, listed Victorian warehouse and provides grand views. There are vegetarian dishes such as tandoori mushrooms and leek and cream cheese quiches. The café is open daily until 10.30pm.
The Gardener’s Cottage
UNESCO-protected, Edinburgh’s Calton Hill is home to the Scottish Government, Holyrood Palace and the Robert Burns Monument. It also boasts The Gardener’s Cottage. Occupying a historic building at the mount’s foot, this acclaimed all-organic French-style restaurant offers à la carte lunches and five-course evening menus, which change daily, for just £25. All meals are served at long communal tables. The produce is Scottish and seasonal, with much of it home-grown or homemade (bread, chutney, cheese).