Cuisine in Coldingham?
Now a question from our new cookery correspondent, Poll Pott: why does a certain Duns emporium advertise its strange iced buns as Danish pastries? Do they have a grudge against the Danes?
Huttonian has not sampled said buns, but in principle, is partial to them and is intrigued by the same establishment promoting (Pimping?) Border Tarts-succulent and of easy virtue presumably.
And tout Duns is agog about the forthcoming opening of a Wine Bar (A Wine Bar in Duns? Yes!) by the establishment which owns Eighteen in the Market Square now losing its coffee section to the distress of ladies who sip.
Best eatery in Duns at he moment is in my view the Siamese Kitchen. Brilliant and authentic Thai food, staffed by brilliant and authentic Thais. I am not sure that Duns is really ready for good and exotic oriental food- there are also two Chinese restaurants who are more takeaway than sit in-I suspect all three struggle but the Siamese Kitchen has the quality to survive and seems to attract clientele from a wide radius beyond Berwickshire.
Why head this post : Cuisine in Coldingham'-Blog Ed has asked. Is there any?
We must despatch Poll Pott to find out
Labels: Borders Cuisine, Coldingham, Duns, Poll Pott, Siamese Kitchen