Perfect pancakes come to Edinburgh

Stack & Still are the latest brand to join the Bonnie & Wild Scottish Marketplace

Pancake powerhouse Stack & Still has become the latest restaurant to join Bonnie & Wild’s Scottish Marketplace in Edinburgh, with its new outlet opening on the 1st of June. The announcement comes after celebrity chef Tony Singh MBE last week brought his Indian street food venture, Radge Chaat, into the upmarket Food Hall, the main dining area within the St James Quarter. Chief executive Paul Reynolds, founder of the Scottish start-up, said: “All of us at Stack & Still are over the moon to be joining the Bonnie & Wild community. The venue’s fantastic, with some superb chefs who I’m really excited to be working alongside.” In addition to Tony Singh’s Radge Chaat, Stack & Still will be joinging the likes of National Chef of Scotland Gary Maclean’s Creel Caught and BBC Chef Jimmy Lee’s Salt & Chilli Oriental, as well as local heroes East Pizzas, Joelato, and winner of UK’s best burger, El Perro Negro.

Mr Reynolds said: “The ethos at B&W really chimes with us. We focus on fresh food, cooked to order, using local, sustainably sourced ingredients as much as possible. We proudly use Scottish ingredients as much as possible and make the most of the fantastic food and drink products available. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack in between...” Less than a year old, Bonnie & Wild has exploded onto the Scottish food scene and has fast become one of the must-visit destinations to eat and drink, attracting more than 15,000 visitors each week. Paul added: “One of the big favourites is our Big Breakfast Stack, which comes with bacon, black pudding, Lorne sausage, baked beans, fried egg, and sautéed onion all served atop our fluffy buttermilk pancakes. Another popular choice is the strawberries and chocolate offer. We’re expecting to go through several tonnes of Scottish strawberries this summer!” Ryan Barrie, Operations Director at Bonnie & Wild, said: “This is another superb signing for Bonnie & Wild, and I can’t wait to see them open to an eager public next week. Stack & Still’s popular, high quality offer will really chime with both our loyal regulars and new visitors alike, and I think it’ll help to cement Bonnie & Wild as the go-to for a truly exemplary eating and drinking experience, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late-night drinks.”

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