Award-winning Edinburgh Indian restaurant will offer traditional Scottish breakfasts with a twist
An award-winning Indian restaurant in the west of Edinburgh is serving up traditional full Scottish breakfasts with a twist by offering diners the full Scottish Indian.
Spice Lounge Kitchen in Corstorphine is opening its doors to the morning trade by offering customers the chance to swap baked beans for homemade masala beans and bacon rolls for bacon naans.
They will also serve smoked salmon on a bed of puy lentils, and poached eggs on puri bread topped with boiled chickpeas instead of poached eggs on toast.
“We’re really looking forward to being able to offer our customers a hearty Scottish breakfast but with an Indian infusion,” said co-owner Shamy Singh after the staff finalised their new menu.
Staff from businesses in the surrounding area will have the opportunity to sample its new breakfast menu on 23 July from 8am to 11am and local residents will get the chance to do likewise the following day, before the restaurant officially opens in the morning for the first time on Thursday 25 July from 7am.
Shamy added: “We’re very passionate about providing quality Cuisine to the local community and beyond, and now we’ll be doing it across the whole day.
“It’s not just about our food, though, Spice Lounge Kitchen has always promoted a friendly atmosphere where our customers can come and enjoy themselves.”
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