Edinburgh's oldest and most highly acclaimed delicatessen not only sells wonderful bread, gourmet delicacies and kitchen essentials, but now has an ... More
Valvona & Crolla
Edinburgh's oldest and most highly acclaimed delicatessen not only sells wonderful bread, gourmet delicacies and kitchen essentials, but now has an in-house cafe where you can savour the delights of Italian cuisine. A full Italian breakfast is served from 8a-11a. Lunchtime gives way to filled focaccias, as well as hot dishes, such as pasta and fish. There is a £2 corkage charge on any wine bought from the front of the shop.
Valvona and Crolla makes one of the best pastas in town!! I always have to wait for about 15minutes for a table but it is definitely worth it. Not only they make good pasta, they make a good cup of coffee too!!
It's placement is a minute or two away from the general hussle and bustle of Princes Street, and a stone's throw away from the theatre and a cinema complex. Good bus routes lend itself to the area.
It has a beautiful interior, wonderful array of goods, form wonderfully aromatic freshly baked bread to a decent display of wine, and although the prices range from good to expensive on the goods, you can be sure that it is worth it. A five star rating from all of my family. Thank you.
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