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Edinburgh and Dublin Restaurants

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We have been traveling independently for 40 years and have been to Europe many times but not Edinbugh and Dublin. We are curious as to what expect from the restaurants in those cities.

We live in NYC and there is no Scottish restaurants and even though there are scores of Irish pubs they usually serve burgers, shepherd's pie, and that traditional Celtic dish Cajun blackened cat fish. What typifies Irish and Scottish cuisine?

Often we eat inexpensively and then splurge on one meal. Also we like to buy foods as we walk around the city and have a little feast for diner in our hotel room.

Can you please make some recommendations that are inexpenisve to midline?
Besides Scottish and Irish food is there any ethnic restaurants that would recommned?
Are there any markets in particular you can recommned?

Thank you in advance.

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