A little cafe-restaurant tucked away off Cornmarket Street, The Nosebag serves simple, wholesome food for the exhausted shopper. The 70s-influenced ... More
A little cafe-restaurant tucked away off Cornmarket Street, The Nosebag serves simple, wholesome food for the exhausted shopper. The 70s-influenced decor will charm many, and everyone will like the masses of seating available. The food is quite basic (including humble jacket potatoes, sandwiches and salads) but the portions are large. With its selection of hot and cold dishes, The Nosebag is perfect for those who want a fast, fairly healthy snack in a convenient place.
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