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Edinburgh Farmers' Market, Edinburgh

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  • Between sales of fruits and vegetables, "trinkets" and clothes, there were some interesting shows. There was also an exhibition of classic cars that made the day to my boyfriend.
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  • Not is it worth at another time of the year, but we were certainly the past Saturday to see him and had 4 seats counted. There was no atmosphere, was completely empty and was a waste of time.
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  • Beautiful stalls but during our visit there was very little to see. Maybe a wrong week, on summer days there are fixed more people. Kind of funny to walk but I would personally if you have to choose for the Sunday market in Stockbridge. We have more atmosphere.
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  • Pretty dead on a nice Saturday in mid September. Lots of blank spots, not much crowd, Although I did find a nice pasty.
  • Excellent farmers market, the original one in Edinburgh. They have just about everything you could be after, from local and artisan producers. Lots of fun on a Saturday morning.
  • Nice selection of food. Could do with a few more hot food stalls
  • A great range of local products. Populated by a pashmina and puppy type crowd. Not cheap but a really cool selection of breads, cheese, veggies and cakes.
  • Brilliant farmers' market, featuring fantastic fresh produce. Lots of takeaway food too, including venison haggis and buffalo burgers! Some local artisan shops have stall, e.g. the wonderful Chocolate Tree - handmade chocolate from Bruntsfield.