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Lanna Thai

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March 7, 2017
Good Thai food - either sit in or takeaway
June 9, 2016
This restaurant is right across the street and does excellent takeaways.
November 15, 2015
Lovely Thai Food within walking distance

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“The local Wetherspoons - for those not from the UK this is a popular chain with low price food and drinks. Expect to be busy on a Friday and Saturday night.”
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Italiensk restaurant
“Joe Crolla, together with his father and son team, Giuseppe and Adriano Amato who are the manager and chef are proud to have chosen Musselburgh as the home of thier first restaurant together. Musselburgh has long standing ties with Italy the town being born from the original Roman settlement around AD 85, there are still many Roman remnants in the area not least Musselburgh's most iconic landmark the Roman Bridge just round the corner from the restaurant. More recently Musselburgh has been twinned with Rosignano Marittimo and has been home to many Italian families - the Lucas, the Di-Rollos, the Crollas, to name a few. Crollas family originate from a village south of Rome just outside the town of Atina which itself was originally settled by the Romans and is situated in the heart of the old Roman Empire. With thier passion for food and wine they aim to bring a taste of the home town and province to Musselburgh. It looks like the Romans are back!!”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“2 min walk away for essentials. Note, it's on the junction of Newhailes Rd, N High Street and Harbour Rd and not where it's currently [9 Jan 15] shown in online maps.”
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“Like our ice cream, our history combines the best of Scotland with the best of Italy. It all began in the 1890s, when Luca Scappaticcio set out from his home in Cassino, Italy destined for a life in Scotland. His passion for cooking secured him a position in the kitchens of one of Scotland’s more prominent hotels. It was here that he learned the art of creating luxury ice cream. By combining this with the knowledge of flavour and texture that he brought with him from Italy, he was able to create a truly unique ice cream. In 1908, he and his wife Anastasia opened the first S. Luca ice cream parlour in the seaside town of Musselburgh on the east coast of Scotland. He wisely chose to name the ice cream parlour S. Luca and not L. Scappaticcio so as not to tongue-tie his customers. Whilst production and storage techniques have changed, our ice cream recipe has largely remained unchanged. In addition, our ice cream is still produced in the same factory as it was in Luca Scappaticcio's day. ”
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32 Bridge Street
Musselburgh, EH21 6AG
Telefon0131 653 2788