Breakfast review: Jayz bar and restaurant, 87 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow

09/05/2015 // 0 Comments

Jayz has been open for about a year and a half now but is perhaps better known to some people as the place where Bier Halle Stube used to be! We popped in for breakfast – there’s a banner outside advertising 2 full breakfasts for £6 and this is exactly what we ordered (the regular [...]

Review: Balcony Bites at Theatre Royal, Glasgow

03/05/2015 // 0 Comments

Balcony Bites launched on Friday Theatre Royal, Glasgow.  Every Friday in May, you can enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at the Theatre Royal Cafe in the Balcony Foyer and access the amazing roof top terrace if the Glaswegian weather is on form! On a clear day see over to the Campsies and the [...]

Food review: Roast, 1299 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8TL

30/04/2015 // 0 Comments

We first came across Roast at one of the Kiltr Street Food Feastivals, way back in October 2013 and their Philly cheesesteak and Reubens sandwich were easily the two best items on sale at the festival, fast forward to April 2015 and we still hadn’t visited their permanent premises in the [...]

Food review: Chimichanga, Unit R1, Silverburn, Glasgow, G53 6AG

27/04/2015 // 0 Comments

Chimichanga is one of the new chain restaurants to have opened recently in the expanded food court at Silverburn Shopping centre – along with Pizza Express, TGI Fridays, Five Guys, Cosmo, Handmade Burger Co, Carluccio’s and Zizzi (have we forgotten anyone?) We weren’t familiar [...]

The List Eating and Drinking Guide for 2015 launches

22/04/2015 // 0 Comments

Tonight sees the Glasgow launch of the 22nd edition of The List Eating and Drinking Guide. Last night Edinburgh had a shindig in the Scottish Cafe and Restaurant in the National Gallery of Scotland. With a hitlist of places to visit as well as highlighting the top picks around, the guide is a must [...]

Food Review: Gusto, 14-18 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 6QY

16/04/2015 // 0 Comments

The new Gusto Restaurant and Bar is now open on Bothwell Street after a £1.3m refurbishment. Outside, Gusto, Glasgow With its Gatsby-era feel, think parquet flooring, glistening silverware as well as stunning lighting fixtures, Gusto is sure to be the next fashionable place to meet for cocktails. [...]

Brunch review: The Salisbury Bar, 72 Nithsdale Rd, Glasgow G41 2AN

12/04/2015 // 0 Comments

We lament the death of Cookie in Strathbungo, but something equally good, if not better opened recently in the same spot – The Salisbury Bar We took a trip along one Sunday for brunch and found it to be smart and inviting; the large windows let in a lot of light to the small space and the [...]

Food review: Porter and Rye, 1131 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8ND

09/04/2015 // 0 Comments

We recently ventured into Porter & Sons, or is it Rye & Co? No, it’s Porter & Rye, the latest venture from Kained Holdings (The Finnieston, Lebowski’s, Crafty Pig), which fits in effortlessly to the Finnieston strip where The Taste of Punjab used to be. I wish we had [...]

Food review: Nice ‘N’ Sleazy, 421 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3LG

07/04/2015 // 0 Comments

In January 2013 readers of voted MeatHammer LTD at Nice N Sleazy the best burgers in Glasgow, but somehow we had managed to avoid them until now… Back in my student days I was up here all the time but these days the Charing Cross area at night is one of my least [...]
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