Today’s review is a duo of questudes, one of which is from the pen of Sara Sheridan who inspired us to adopt the form, so we were delighted to have her along as today’s guest quester.Sucuk Sara’s Verdict Sharing plates Where east meets west, food is a communal affair – a feast to provoke conversation. …

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ExteriorCafé Truva has three branches across the city, with one on The Shore, one on the Canongate and a third on Lady Lawson Street, which was the one I visited today. This completed the set for me as I’d visited the other two, last year. Truva has a wide-ranging menu, principally featuring Turkish dishes, but …

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Rodi

InteriorSince ever I can remember, the corner of Morrison Street and Gardener’s Crescent has been home to a chip shop, most recently called Pierino’s. I was intrigued when signs for a Turkish BBQ place went up, a little while back, and was frankly astonished when I saw the refit of the place through the window, …

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Update – 17 November 2014 In good news, this place has changed hands, but retained the same name. Read about the entirely more impressive new regime, here. Original review I’d spotted the Richmond Café Bistro on my travels, but had never been passing at quite the right time, previously, so on the most sun-drenched of …

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With Glasgow eyes focussed on the opening of a restaurant with a pun in its name, I decided to adopt my usual tactic of aimlessly wandering. This pursuit brought me to the door of Alla Turca, on Pitt Street.Exterior As returning readers will be aware, I’m a big fan of Turkish food, with Istanbul my …

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