- Telephone 0131 556 7930
- Food served Tue–Fri 5–10pm; Sat/Sun noon–4pm, 5–10pm. Closed Mon.
Dim sum and bao buns from the team behind the popular Bodega.
The team behind Bodega turn their attention to Asia in this relaxed and friendly little Leith Walk eatery. It's a contemporary take on fusion, where traditional Vietnamese and Japanese recipes combine with western ingredients in a bold collision of flavours. Dirty burger gyozas come stuffed with ground beef, mustard and cheddar cheese, while ichiban chicken dumplings are loaded with blue cheese and paprika. The menu is short, with the emphasis on gyozas and bao buns – lobster tail with chorizo and coconut chilli mayo stand out among the more obvious pork belly or chicken options. Added variety comes in a longer list of sides and starters, including sautéed seasonal greens in a rich mirin broth, the most tender honey and tamarind ribs, and the signature sambal and garlic chicken wings. Décor is simple with a wall of bamboo blinds the only nod to the east. It’s a dry bar but BYOB is welcome.
- Delivery: Just Eat and Ubereats
- Private dining: Up to 20 covers
- Provides: Children's portions, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Afrobeat and Motown.
- Capacity: 18
- Largest group: 20
- Open since: 2018
- BYOB: £5/bottle of wine. £1/beer. corkage
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