Le Roi Fou Anton Mosimann is one of those names and faces from a bygone era of food TV that lives long in the memory. I hadn’t thought about his Gallic charm for a good while until the arrival of Le Roi Fou on Forth Street just recently.Exterior Swiss-French head chef Jérôme Henry proudly proclaims …

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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 Apartment There remain a large number of restaurants in the city that I’ve not visited. Of late, I’ve been trying to pick off some of those of longer standing that have clearly stood the test of time. It was in that spirit that I popped in to The Apartment in Tollcross.Exterior In previous days …

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The Shore

The Shore On a quiet Wednesday evening I felt the need for a Leith expedition so headed to the Shore for dinner at The Shore.Exterior Part of the chain that includes the two Fishers restaurants, one of which is just next door, it’s a place I’ve visited for drinks and Sunday jazz at various points …

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The Gannet I’d heard about The Gannet, mainly by reputation and via tales of their restaurant award victories, but not had much of an impetus to visit as I’m rarely in their part of Glasgow. However, I ended up sitting next to three of the team that work there, including chef proprietor Peter McKenna and …

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