A community business designed to help local Sikh women into the world of work, Punjab’n de Rasoi is a little café dedicated to genuine Punjabi cooking. Although it has a core staff to keep things ticking over, most of the people you see here are work-experience volunteers. On offer is a menu founded on the staples: freshly made pakoras, samosas, curries (chicken, fish or vegetarian), dhal, rice & breads, plus homemade sweetmeats. With no generic sauces or Indo-Brit cooking gimmicks – industrial quantities of cream or ghee, for example – the results are a world away from your bog-standard korma or tikka masala. Opening hours are limited & the place is unlicensed, but prices are low & punters can look forward to sampling the kind of food Sikh families rustle up at home – whether it’s in Edinburgh or the Punjab.