Harden's survey result
Three Birds’ and Apiary’s popular baby sister is a self-proclaimed ‘dinky’ spot. On the menu, “such a different variety of global foods (Scandi, Middle Eastern etc.) that change each season, and are locally sourced” (and often pickled, smoked or of a ‘nose-to-tail’ bent).
The “friendly and reasonably priced” new sibling to Three Birds and Apiary is a dinky spot (with a self-proclaimed “wee” wine list to match); pickling, smoking and preserving is all done in-house, and the menu picks and mixes from all over the place – South Africa, Scandinavia, the Middle East – to “interesting” effect.
Educated Flea Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Chicken supreme, wilted Chinese leaves, ginger, chili, mango & coconut rice, teriyaki gravy, toasted sesame seeds, coriander was delicious. Tastiest rice ever. Nothing plush about The Educated Flea. Its a neighbourhood restaurant which serves consistently good food. Need to book - full even on a Monday evening in October."
"Fine food, let down by remarkably slow service, 2 hours to serve 2 courses."
|Wine per bottle||£15.00|
32b Broughton St, Edinburgh, EH1 3SB
Last orders: Tues-Sat 10pm; Sun-Mon 9pm