The Bach After a hideously early morning train journey to Dundee, I had time for a breakfast stop before the work of the day commenced. A spot of internetting suggested that The Bach might be home to good coffee so I decided to seek it out.Exterior The location is quite spectacular with the cafe on …

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Proven Dough Deli The arrival of a new Premier Inn is rarely an occasion to get the culinary bunting out, but when Hub by Premier Inn arrived as part of the New Waverley development I was intrigued. I’d quite enjoyed the cafe in their branch in Covent Garden when working in London – more for …

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Maki Maki I’d heard strong reports about Maki Maki and have always really enjoyed their sister restaurant Maki & Ramen so a lunchtime visit was long overdue. Exterior It’s a compact little place with seating for maybe eight at the counter. It’s a classic sushi bar set-up which allows you to get a good feel …

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Adelphi Tria Cafe As I’ve said many times before, I’m a huge fan of community cafes of one type or another. On a visit to the Glasgow Homelessness Network, I was delighted to find the Adelphi Tria Cafe on the ground floor of their offices in the Adelphi Centre, which is on the southern bank …

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Passorn Brasserie I have very vivid memories of our visit to Passorn in Tollcross, a few years back. We were there on behalf of match.com so we went as a jolly little threesome. MJ was in a hilariously foul mood for some reason and Hannah ordered a red curry that nearly killed her with the …

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