Taco Bell I’d had a very enjoyable weekend in Glasgow and felt the need for a hearty breakfast before I hit the trail back east. I had a curious longing to investigate the chain Tex-Mex delights of Taco Bell, mainly rooted in memories of Sandra Bullock in Demolition Man. Exterior The Sauchiehall Street premises are …

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En Route 21, En Croute The 21 starts at the Gyle Centre and heads off towards Broomhouse in similar style to the 12, 18 and 22. Once clear of the various Gyle and Edinburgh Park offices, it winds back towards Corstorphine crossing the route of the 26 then heading up towards Clermiston. It passes the …

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Ranjit’s Kitchen It was highly enjoyable to be back on Glasgow’s Southside once more. After a beer or two at the Allison Arms, Beer Man and I went to look at the impressive Koelschip Yard – my first visit – and then on to a fun crafty drinks and nibbles place called Marchtown. Exterior After …

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Nice & Cheesy It was a sad day when The Arches in Glasgow shut down. Aside from serving me a memorably good meal a few years back, it had been a stalwart of much creative endeavour and outright fun.Stalls It was good news all round when a new street food market offering call Platform announced …

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Six by Nico Six by Nico has taken Edinburgh by storm in recent weeks. There have been practically endless reports on the their chippy menu, and while reviews have been generally very positive, I didn’t feel compelled to visit while they were still bedding-in.Amuse In my own sweet way, I often find it a good …

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