Dubrovnik City Walls what to see

Travel: Visiting the city walls of Dubrovnik

Wandering around Dubrovnik city walls My first, and so far, only visit to Dubrovnik was with my very good friends Mr and Mrs Foodie. We were staying in a local, family-run hostel in Lapad, 2 miles north of the historic centre, which looked onto the main port, where cruise ships dock daily in summer. The

Chaophraya outside lunch Thai

Food review: Lunch at Chaophraya, Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow

Mr C visits Chaophraya On arrival at the venue, the first thing that strikes you is the building itself. Absolutely stunning outside, and you will discover the same is true inside as well. I also found out that Chaophraya is named after the main river in Bangkok / Thailand. Settling down, I looked over the menu. 

Thaikhun SIlverburn Cookery Class fresh ingredients

Thaikhun Thai Cookery School

Learning Thai Cookery Mrs Foodie and I popped along to Thaikun at Silverburn, to take part in a cookery class, where we would be shown how to create a popular Thai starter, main course and cocktail. On arrival at the restaurant, we were warmly greeted by our host for the evening, and shown to our

Nando's silverburn glasgow

Food Review: Nando’s, Silverburn, Glasgow

Is Nando's still..."cheeky"? Mr C popped along to Nando's at Silverburn, Pollok, in Glasgow's southside for a quick bite to eat before going to the cinema. We arrived at the restaurant about 5.30pm. It was busy, but not as jam-packed as we thought it would be, considering it was a Friday evening. We were welcomed pretty

Pulled Beef Arancini

Restaurant Review: Zizzi, Silverburn Shopping Centre, Glasgow

  Shop Silverburn asked us to go along and try out the Shop Silverburn App. We sent along Mr C and Mama C to find out how to use the app, see the offers and enjoy themselves. As mentioned in the post here, there was money off at Zizzi, so off they went! The restaurant