A second, sit-in branch for cult Edinburgh favourite Sugar Daddy's, serving up entirely gluten-free lunches and baked goods.
Established in 2015, Sugar Daddy’s in Canonmills became a haven for the gluten-intolerant in search of homemade, well-crafted baked goods. Its new, larger, Marchmont branch keeps up the good work, with more seating and an even more expansive menu. French toast, thickly cut and crisp on the outside and served with a generous helping of bacon and maple syrup, is a welcome treat for those who normally have to avoid bread-based menu options, while the pastrami sandwich similarly hits the right spot. But as with their original branch, it’s the bakery that stands out. Inspired by the owner’s own experiences as a coeliac, there is a real personal touch and creative urge behind each gluten-free option. A banana chocolate chip pancake cupcake is as promising as it sounds, oozing with melted chocolate and finished with a tiny pancake on its buttercream top.
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access
- Capacity: 24
- Largest group: 24
- Open since: 2018