21 May 2013: 5:22pm
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HAVING lived in Milan for more than a year and having a love for all things Italian, I was very excited to be going to Carluccio’s for dinner.Read
WHEN my friends and I were heading down Dumbarton Road looking for somewhere likely to grab a bite to eat, we noticed new pub on the block, the Deoch an Doris.Read
HIGH-QUALITY Mexican food can be difficult to find in Scotland.Read
ONE of the great things about living in a food haven like Glasgow is the opportunity to revisit restaurants that have changed their menus.Read
VIVA BRAZIL has recently opened on the site of the old Post Office - and the dining experience is first class.Read
AS I walked through the front door of the Lansdowne, I realised it must have been a good couple of years since I had last visited.Read
YET another winter is sadly encroaching upon us, and if there’s one thing needed to combat it, then it’s warm food, writes Tristan Stewart-Robertson.Read
We review this Sauchiehall Street curryhouse Read
A NEW restaurant got in full Brazilian carnival spirit by providing colourful samba dancers for its grand opening.
We review this cosy italian in the heart of GlasgowRead
We review this top-class Cathcart eatery.Read
STEP inside Cafe India and you're greeted by a flurry of colour, paintings and flower petals.Read
DO you ever get the feeling that you are missing out on something? Like not watching X Factor or Doctor Who and listening to everyone else talking about them.Read
THE Riverside Museum has proved a massive draw with more than half a million visitors in just two month - but can the food be as big an attraction as the exhibits.Read
Address: 383 Byres Road, Tel: 339 8811, Web: www.hilton.co.ukRead
Designed as an all-in-one style entertainment venue, it boasts Karaoke, Jongleurs comedy club, retro disco Groovy Wonderland and a huge choice of bars.Read
DELI Central is part of the Grand Central Hotel and offers a wide range of delicious paninis, sandwiches, salads and soups for people who want to grab a quick bite to eat.Read
IT'S fitting that my last review is about one of Glasgow's most celebrated restaurants - The Ubiquitous Chip, writes Peter Carroll.Read
YOU may find the name a bit corny but there's nothing cheesy about Tony Macaroni.Read
I HAVE a soft spot for Windows Restaurant at the Carlton George Hotel - it's where I proposed to my wife seven years ago.Read
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