It’s a lot of years since I’ve been in The Clock, on the corner of Bernard Street and The Shore. This is mainly due to be unabashed adoration of Domenico’s, which is just around the corner. Why would I ever, when in need of a sandwich lunch in this district, go anywhere else?Ooh, a bus! …

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From the same stable as Amarone comes Barolo Grill, a lovely little Italian style palace, on Glasgow’s Mitchell Street.Interior With dark crystal light-fittings and smartly appointed booth seats, this place had a group of forty “mature” French tourists, who arrived shortly after I was seated, purring with notes of Gallic approbation. The a la carte …

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MJ’s Verdict There’s something rather odd in Blythe’s desire for curry when the sun is hot and high in the Edinburgh sky. But nonetheless, I was pleased to get to spend a bit of time reading outside of Spice Pavilion before he arrived. We entered the basement restaurant and I was surprised that we were …

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Eating Indian food while the sun shines is fast becoming my new thing. After yesterday’s trip to the Spice Pavilion, today I found myself in Glasgow around lunchtime and decided that I’d give The Dhabba a go. I’d spotted it on my last trip the Merchant City, when I lunched at Gandolfi Fish. Interior The …

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My dining choices are often decided by external factors. Sometimes, other people get to choose the restaurant. These people are brave, and I salute them, as steered away from my routine spots, I often find pleasures that are quite unexpected. On this occasion, internal factors made my choice, as my desperation for micturitional relief dictated …

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