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Herbie of Edinburgh

Deli and Sandwich Takeaway

3.3 out of 5 3.3/5 from 2 reviews (add your opinion)

66 Raeburn Place

Phone: 0131 332 1343

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Price: £

Takeaway: Yes
Delivery: No

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4 from smurfberry (27%) on November 16th, 2008 (10 years ago)

Herbie of Edinburgh, 66 Raeburn Place, EH4 1HJ, Edinburgh
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Excellent Edinburgh deli - particularly good are their range of bread (which often sells out), their homemade pesto and houmous, the rare roast beef (from George Bower's across the road), the brie cheese (best brie I have tried anywhere in Edinburgh, nice and ripe and gooey as it should be), the feta cheese, Black Isle free range organic eggs and the dijon mustard. A supporter of the slow food movement and it shows in their choice of great produce. They also have another branch up the road which has a cafe too.

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2.5 from Tigger (12%) on July 5th, 2010 (9 years ago)

Herbie of Edinburgh, 66 Raeburn Place, EH4 1HJ, Edinburgh

The William Street branch isn't as good as it used to be - mainly due to the staff - unbelievably sulky and offhand. To be fair though, the food is usually excellent although it's expensive - I paid 80p (!) for a bag of crisps in there and the other day had a mushroom quiche that was really too salty to eat.

Bread from James the Baker is to die for - try the Spinach Sourdough - although again, on the pricey side and not as good as Peter's Yard bread (who is also cheaper!).

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