I’d had a rather hectic flurry of late-morning activity, today, meaning that it was gone 1:30pm before I had a chance to contemplate lunch. Fortunately, I’d spotted a likely looking place on my walk from the train station to our Glasgow office, having circuitously walked past Meat Bar, on West Regent Street.Exterior Their stylish basement …

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I’d been meaning to stop in for a lunchtime visit to Kilimanjaro, ever since I popped in to try their espresso and spotted that they offered a wide selection of daily soups.Exterior On a surprisingly warm and sunny day, I joined Hannah, who’d arrived a few minutes before me, at a window table that proved …

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Today marks the start of Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight, so it seems a fitting occasion to showcase one of our great local producers. MJ had spotted that Mellis was now offering sandwiches, when she was wandering up Victoria Street, probably after spending a little while pining after tweed at Walker Slater, the other day.Exterior …

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No, I’ve not published the same review twice, by mistake. Although the visits were a few weeks apart, I actually visited branches of Zebra in both Glasgow and Edinburgh, the former for breakfast, the latter for lunch, so I thought I’d publish them as a stripy pair, on consecutive days.Exterior Edinburgh’s Zebra is on Bank …

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Following on from our review of Firth of Froth, which has opened on their previous site, we took a little trip to North Charlotte street to see how the folks at Crolla’s were settling in to their new premises.Exterior It has certainly got a very fresh, clean and sleek look to the interior, which has …

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