Food

Food Review: Hutchesons, 158 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1SJ

22/07/2015 // 0 Comments

Food par excellence with the surroundings to match Until recently “Hutchesons’ Hall” probably didn’t mean that much to anyone other than Glasgow history buffs, it was one of those buildings that people rarely got the chance to visit – unless you happened to be there [...]

Food Review: Orient London, 15 Wardour Street, London, W1D 6PH

22/07/2015 // 0 Comments

The best Dim Sum in London? Orient London  15 Wardour St is one of Chinatown’s newest sons. It was opened on 16th June 2015 by hospitality entrepreneur Patrick Cheung after a complete refurbishment of the four storey building. Our rep in London, Mr Foodie Senior, jumped at the chance for [...]

Food Review: Food Fillas, 87 Renfield Street, Glasgow

21/07/2015 // 0 Comments

Budget lunch in the city centre Food Fillas have relocated from Ingram Street up to the corner of Renfield Street and Bath Street. A much larger premises here so room to sit and relax without feeling that you are getting in the way. Outside inside Considering it was after 2pm, there was a steady [...]

Food Review: The Bird, Am Falkplatz. 5, Berlin, Germany

19/07/2015 // 0 Comments

Muffin top at The Bird, Berlin One of the places we had to visit  in Berlin was The Bird. It’s listed on every To Do burger list and is seen as one of the best burger joints in Berlin, so off we went after a hard day’s touristing. Near to Mauerpark with tube stations nearby [...]

Food review: Topolabamba, 89 St Vincent St, Glasgow G2 5TF

17/07/2015 // 0 Comments

One of these days I hope to visit Mexico…and Texas, until then I will have to make do with the numerous restaurants in town. One of the newcomers is Topolabambas which is owned by the same people as Di Maggios and is celebrating its first birthday this weekend (with various deals – see [...]

Food Review: Accento, 6 Claremont Street, Finnieston, Glasgow

15/07/2015 // 0 Comments

Cosy Sardinian hospitality It would be easy to insert some sardine comment on the size of this dinky cafe, but I won’t ;). Its a perfect little sized placed to watch the world go by and get to know your fellow diners. Being only opened a couple of days, the space is sparkly and fresh, however [...]

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 [...]
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