There's no shortage of restaurants in Edinburgh preaching about local, seasonal produce and raving about Scotland's larder—and this little bijoux billet set up by a breakaway crew from the Plumed Horse in Leith is one of them. The name is a hint, along with the huge image of a cow on the wall, as to what the menu offers. Apart from that the place is more cutely clinical rather than earthy and rustic. The idea from a team used to basking in Michelin glory (The Plumed Horse lost its star) is to create innovative dishes, with a playful element, of a Michelin standard but for a fraction of the price. Think rabbit, carrot, and coriander spring roll for starters. And it's getting quite a following.