Picnic I’m pretty reluctant to admit that Glasgow is sometimes (rarely) better than Edinburgh, but I seem to have been doing it a little bit more than usual, of late.Exterior This is partly because I’ve been checking out some of the city’s ritzier spots – The Gannet, Alchemilla, Number 16 – but also because Glasgow …

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Panko After a morning where I’d had to do far too much thinking for my tastes, I thought that a brisk stroll around the centre of Glasgow would be a good plan to clear my head for the afternoon ahead.Exterior After a spot of aimless weaving, I eventually alighted upon Panko, an informal takeaway specialising …

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Temaki I’d heard good things about Glasgow ramen and sushi purveyor Temaki, so when a meeting took me nearby I made a note to visit for lunch.Exterior Part of the buzz that had surrounded its opening was that it heralded the arrival of the sushirrito in these parts. As the name suggests, this is a …

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The Cran’ After a mighty impressive lunch at Alchemilla, I was in need of a coffee on my stroll back towards the city centre. I stopped at The Cran’ which was new to me.Exterior I’d spotted bags of Dear Green beans in the window so was optimistic I’d receive a reliably good espresso. As I …

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Alchemilla There’s a little stretch in Finnieston that has grown to become a murderers’ row of good restaurants. Having previously dined at the Kelvingrove Cafe and the excellent Gannet, I was keen to give Alchemilla a try as I’d heard various positive reports. I had the chance to do so on a recent lunchtime trip …

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