Shapla

Shapla Saturday night after a lengthy week of work and play made the takeaway menus sing to me in compelling fashion. I’d long been meaning to try Shapla on Easter Road so took the opportunity to do so.Lamb channa I was joined again by my sister Anne who most recently joined for takeaway from Taste …

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Honeycomb Tearoom February/March seems a popular time of year for cafes to open. In 2016 we had a little outcropping including Zest & Co and Strumpets, both of which happily celebrated their first anniversary and continue to thrive.Exterior This year I had a little spate of a new cafe followers with Twitter profiles mentioning “opening …

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Incontri Although I haven’t visited as much as I should have, I’ve done pretty well food wise on my occasional visits to Dunfermline, enjoying visits to Grill 48 and the Stage Door Bistro in particular. I was keen to try somewhere new on a recent Friday night trip so was glad to follow a recommendation …

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The Bailie The Bailie, on the corner of St Stephen’s Street and North West Circus Place, has been a place I’ve visited regularly down the years. I had a birthday party here when I was thirtysomething. Whatever the case, I’m in the place every couple of months for a beer or two but until a …

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The Steamie I had time for a little cafe relax and contemplate so stopped in at Glasgow’s The Steamie on Argyle Street.Exterior sign I noticed a sticker on their window proclaiming that the Scotland Coffee Lovers recommended it so expectations were set high. The welcome was incredibly warm from the two baristas who were working …

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