Alplings

Aplings, A food truck around Edinburgh with mountain dumplings

Alplings - Tasty Mountain Food in Edinburgh

http://www.alplings.co.uk

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alplings - tasty mountain food in Leith

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Alplings - tasty mountain food - introduces mostly vegetarian food heavily influenced from a region in the Alps called -South Tyrol- to Leith!

We are a welcoming bunch and serve delicious food (at least we try!)

Have yourself a 'Holiday on a plate' lunch for as little as £6 there's free water and a friendly ambient.

For our market and evening events please follow us on social media or hop on our email list at www.alplings.co.uk Alplings is open for business on the following days: Monday to Friday 8:00 - 3:00 For Breakfast, lunch and afternoon break!

16 Henderson Street, Leith EH6 6BS 07527 634

Best cafés in Edinburgh – From tea and coffee to cake and pastries ...

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alplings.co.uk | read our review of Alplings August_21 Coffee House 89 Causewayside, Newington, EH9 1QG Cool little neighbourhood café offering breakfast, lunch, hot drinks and home baking from quality | read our review of August_21 Coffee House Earthy Market Café 33–41 Ratcliffe Terrace, Southside, EH9 1SX An atmospheric café and an indoor food market, Earthy showcases farm-fresh, local, organic and seasonal produce with a difference.

petersyard.com | read our review of Peter's Yard Café Renroc 91 Montgomery Street, Leith, EH7 5HZ Neighbourhood café that welcomes diners like an old friend with a smile and a spread of simple, delicious food.

Here you'll find everything from canal boats to police boxes, espresso bars to street food, as well as a few places that defy Bakery 39 Dundas Street, New Town, EH3 6QQ Artisan New Town bakery committed to delivering all the joy that properly made bread can | read our review of Archipelago Bakery Baba Budan East Market Street, Old Town, EH8 8FS Hip coffee shop and 'donutterie' serving drinks, breakfast, baking and freshly made lunches under the arches near Waverley Station.

read our review of Holy Cow The Milkman 7 Cockburn Street, Old Town, EH1 1BP Tiny wee pit-stop coffee shop with excellent coffee and charming | read our review of The Milkman Union of Genius 8 Forrest Road, Old Town, EH1 2QN Edinburgh's first soup café uses locally sourced ingredients to create wholesome, comforting, better-than-homemade soups.

unionofgenius.com | read our review of Union of Genius Vino 27 East Market Street, Old Town, EH8 8FS Independent wine shop-cum-café-cum bar: pick up a bottle to take home or pay a small corkage fee and drink it on the premises with a snack from nearby Food + Flea.

Alplings (16 Henderson Street, Edinburgh) | The List

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After supplying their Austrian dumplings around the capital's street food markets, the Alplings team have now opened their own restaurant in Leith's Henderson Street.

The food of the mountains is now available at sea level, just off The Shore in Leith.

After popping up in festivals and markets Alplings now have a permanent home: a small, bright mountain hut of a restaurant with pine furniture, decorative hanging frying pans and soft furnishings in a wholesome shade of pale pasture-green.

The cooking reflects owner Martin Auer’s South Tyrol roots – so as well as the signature vegetarian alplings which come in delicious beetroot, cheese or spinach varieties, there are spätzle (Austrian egg noodle) dishes with carbonara and four cheese sauces; vegan ‘kuku’ tart; pepper goulash with polenta; sweet vanilla pancakes; and soft pretzl rolls.

The fresh, crunchy sauerkraut puts wishy-washy supermarket versions to shame too.

Harmonium (60 Henderson Street, Leith, Edinburgh) | The List

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Vegan bar and restaurant from the team behind Glasgow's cult bars Mono and Stereo.

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Harmonium is the first venue in Edinburgh from the Glasgow-based chain which owns venues including Mono, the 78 and Stereo, and walking into the high-ceilinged corner bar does feel a little like stepping into Glasgow.

That’s already enough to recommend it but the menu – designed by chef Vic Henderson, who made Mono a vegan destination in Glasgow – takes Harmonium to the next level.

No-one will feel short-changed on flavour and enjoyment here, especially as the lack of meat likely contributes to the very reasonable prices.

Harmonium - Edinburgh - HappyCow

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