19 May 2013: 9:15pm
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JUST three days after visiting Viva Brazil I was talked into going back there again by my other half.Read
FRATELLI Sarti is a bit of a Glasgow institution.Read
THE Mussel Inn is a well-known seafood restaurant in Glasgow and so I was keen to sample the Edinburgh branch.Read
WE review French eatery La Bonne Auberge.Read
OKO on first appearances is a very trendy sushi restaurant on one of the busiest streets in Glasgow. Read
HOTEL restaurants have a bit of an image problem to deal with. Read
THE competition for diners in Glasgow is fierce, with tongs at dawn and a fight for your custom
so intense you could cut it with a spork.Read
SET in a former bank, the interior décor is suitably opulent – once a temple to money, now a place of worship for foodies.Read
YOU don’t necessarily think casino and fine dining in the same breath but in the case of the Alea’s Red Leaf restaurant it’s no gamble to say gourmets will be satisfied.Read
THE concept of the restaurant is to evoke the feel of an old fashioned New Orleans-style restaurant using the finest local ingredients and Scottish twists.Read
PAPERINOS is a well-established name in Glasgow with one of its two homes being in Byres Road.Read
AS an amateur dramatics enthusiast I will admit to enjoying being the centre of attention.Read
IT’S easy to get stuck in a rut of just visiting restaurants in your favourite parts of the city.Read
I’D been to The Living Room a couple of years ago for lunch with a friend and remembered it as being a great place to eat well at a reasonable price.Read
THE restaurant at Malmaison is one of
Glasgow’s dining institutions and is one I’m
also a little embarrassed to say I had not visited before.Read
THOUGH I like to think of myself as a bit of a globetrotter when it comes to world cuisine I have to admit Thai cooking was hitherto a blindspot on my culinary travels.Read
ROASTIT Bubbly Jocks mission statement seems to be to combine high quality Scots dishes with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.Read
GLASWEGIANS love their parks – the clue’s in the name, Dear Green Place.Read
THE Hilton Garden Inn has changed names several times over recent years but one constant has been the quality of its restaurant.Read
IT is unusual to review the second restaurant in the same space in a year, but that’s the opportunity afforded by La Vida Tapas.
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