Review: Henne, Leuschnerdamm 25 10999 Berlin (Kreuzberg)

06/07/2015 // 0 Comments

Located a mere 15 feet from remains of the Berlin wall, Henne Alt-Berliner Wirtshaus  has seen it all, she’s been here for over 100 years serving fried chicken and rye bread to everyone from locals to tourists, including JFK – there’s even a signed photograph of him at the bar! [...]

Event: Cail Bruich – Madklubben VI – 13th July

05/07/2015 // 0 Comments

Craig Grozier of Fallachan dining has teamed up with the fabulous Grunting Growler,  to offer you some spectacular food paired with a selection of excellent craft beers and ales.  The event is at Cail Bruich and will cost £55pp. Spaces are limited so to reserve a spot please call 0141 334 6265 [...]

Food review: Steak, Cattle & Roll, Weaver St, Glasgow G4 0RN

03/07/2015 // 0 Comments

We’ve been sceptical about American (themed) burger places like Buddy’s and Five Guys but when Steak, Cattle & Roll (formerly Al’s American Diner) were offering free meals to tables of 4 to celebrate their first birthday, we thought why not give it a try? It’s in a [...]

Food Review: The Burrell, 1534 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow

28/06/2015 // 0 Comments

Whether it’s been called Old Swan, The Stoat and Ferret, 1901 or The Burrell Bar Shawlands the food always had a good name. We hadn’t eaten in here for a while as it seems to change owners regularly and we weren’t confident on the food being up to scratch during this time. We [...]

Review: Carters at The Busby Hotel, 1 Field Road, Busby, Glasgow

18/06/2015 // 0 Comments

The Busby Hotel re-opened just before Christmas after a complete refurbishment. We had never been before as the building looked quite sad and neglected. However, a revamp which included a large conservatory-type extensive and a whole new interior with craft beer stocked bar along with a new [...]

Graduation Meals in Glasgow – Ideas of where to go to celebrate

04/06/2015 // 1 Comment

  You’ve spent hours in the library and more than enough time slurping coffee to keep you awake to finish that essay so it’s high time you had a celebratory dinner. Thankfully there are more than enough places in Glasgow of a high enough standard to have some fun. [...]

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 [...]
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