Category Archives: Eat Out

Revolucion De Cuba – Glasgow

  The taste of Cuba has landed in Glasgow thanks to this new eatery. I was lucky enough to sample their cuisine, cocktails and service before their official launch. Revolucion de Cuba has fun, Caribbean vibes with bright and funky … Continue reading

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Riverhill West Nile St. – Glasgow

I recently visited Riverhill twice in a short Space of time. The first time I went there for lunch on a whim after a stressful day. The second time was for an early breakfast before a day of travelling. Both … Continue reading

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Cafe Andaluz – Glasgow

This beautiful little eatery in Glasgow’s West End is authentically Spanish and elegant. Tucked away on Cresswell Lane, opposite the famous Ashton Lane, Café Andaluz and is understated authentic tapas and Mediterranean restaurant. Café Andaluz has a wide and varied … Continue reading

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Birdtree and Bellfish @ The Lorne Hotel – Glasgow

The exclusive Lorne Hotel have officially opened their brand new restaurant the Birdtree and Bellfish. Their menu consists of some traditional Scottish dishes and delicacies  with their own added gourmet twists. Having been to their grand opening night – which … Continue reading

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Atlantic Bar and Brasserie – Glasgow

  I honestly never thought I’d find myself day-dreaming over the exquisite taste and texture of L’escagot (snails) but here I am – in my post dinner glow – wishing I could have another plate. Atlantic Bar and Brasserie, located … Continue reading

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Khublai Khans – Glasgow

Marcel Boulestin, the host of BBC’s first ever cooking show, once said: “Cookery is not chemistry. It is an art. It requires instinct and taste rather than exact measurements.” This principle looks to be the founding pillar of Mongolian restaurant, … Continue reading

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The Project Café – Glasgow

Glasgow’s Project Café, located a minute walk from the famous Glasgow School of Art, describes its menu as ‘small but mighty’, with a distinctly art school feel, the café is a welcome haven from the busy city. With vegan and … Continue reading

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Quick Review – La Sandwicherie, Glasgow

I must confess my deep-rooted hatred of sandwich chain Subway. This stems from a revolting viral video from a few years back showing a staff member stuffing lettuce up his nose then snorting it back into the salad bar. This, … Continue reading

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Ox and Finch Glasgow – Review

The West End is renowned for its gourmet and inspired cuisine. So it’s no surprise that we find the contemporary dining destination Ox and Finch on the door step of Glasgow’s bohemian West End area. The theme of Ox and … Continue reading

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The Raven – Glasgow

Recently I was searching online for a cheap restaurant with a menu that took my fancy. I happened to accidentally stumble upon The Raven when I pressed the wrong link on my phone. This was one of the few mistakes … Continue reading

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