InteriorI visited the Roamin’ Nose shortly after it opened, just about three years ago. On that occasion I’d popped in fairly briefly for takeaway and had been impressed, although they were having some initial teething troubles with service. Since then, I’d heard many good things but had never found an occasion to visit again. I’d …

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ExteriorI was chased indoors by the wind and rain, this lunchtime, with Maxie’s Bistro on Victoria Terrace (or Johnston Terrace, if you’re attacking it from the top) the nearest port in the storm. The cavernous premises are full of nooks and crannies, where diners can go quite unnoticed by the staff, from time to time. …

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ExteriorAs part of the endless cycle of me never paying attention to solidly good advice, it was bordering on three years since someone told me that I should visit Café Cassis because it was really rather good. Better late than never, I suppose. Today was a glorious day with sunshine dominant. Accordingly, I found the …

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ExteriorAfter negotiating a brief burst of Glaswegian snow and hail on an otherwise sunny day, I headed towards Hope Street to give Le Bistro Beaumartin a try. I’d walked by it a couple of times recently and thought it looked quite intriguing. At lunchtime you have a good range of different dining options. There’s a …

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It was shortly after we visited the branch of Stac Polly on St Mary’s Street that their Dublin Street branch re-launched as a bistro and gin bar. I’d meant to visit shortly after that, but it ended up taking me rather longer than planned. On a dreich and sleety day I finally popped in for …

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