the bakery by zique west end glasgow bakery

Food Review: The Bakery by Zique, Hyndland, Glasgow

The Bakery to head to in Hyndland Cafezique and Delizique owner Mhairi Taylor has expanded her delicious offerings to the West End of Glasgow with The Bakery by Zique.  Mhairi is joined at The Bakery by Zique with pastry chef  Lyndsay Michie who trained at Restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles and Le Gavroche in London

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Foodie Events at Merchant City Festival

It's nearly time for the Merchant City Festival in Glasgow so here's hoping the sun keeps shining! We've picked a few foodie-related pieces from the programme for inspiration. There will cooking demos in Merchant Square and street food vendors outside with the weekend road closure of Miller Street ensuring that there will be more pavement

Lean canteen Shawlands glasgow

News: Opening today Lean Canteen in Shawlands

  Today sees the opening of Lean Canteen in Shawlands, a new health food restaurant for Glasgow's Southside.   Lean Canteen has taken over the space where Pazzo used to be on Kilmarnock Road, Shawlands right in the middle of Shawlands - and within sight of a couple of gyms! We've got a copy of  the

Chez Mal summer menu cocktails

New Summer Menu and Cocktails at Chez Mal

Celebrate summer at Malmaison Summer seems to be here at Malmaison with delicious looking and sounding cocktails plus a new summer prix fixe menu. We've drooled over the menu before here, but have just seen the summer menu. If ice-cream cocktails aren't your thing, then there is a whole menu of summery cocktails on offer. 😍🍸

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Food Review: Alston Bar & Beef set menu, Glasgow

Lunch and pre-theatre at Alston Bar & Beef Alston Bar & Beef recently revamped their set menu so have invited various Glasgow bloggers in for their opinion. We went along for dinner with both Emma Eats and What Claire Baked for food and a natter. Hidden location It's easy to walk right past Alston Bar

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Food Review: YO! Glasgow Central

There's more to YO! than sushi YO! have dropped the 'sushi' from their name but thankfully not the menu.  The name change reflects the variety of dishes now available - everything from sushi to Osakan street food to spiced fries and even white bread sandwiches (but sadly no whipped cream with fruit filling yet!) The

Food review: Harajuku Kitchen, Edinburgh

A kawaii kitchen in the capital Loving all things Japanese, we headed into Edinburgh to have lunch at the AA-rosetted Harajuku Kitchen. So what does Harajuku mean?  The Harajuku area of Tokyo is famous for being a centre of fashion and youth culture in Japan and is filled with small, independent boutiques and cafés. It's

Las Teresas hanging jamon, Seville

Travel: Tapeo tapas tour around Seville

Tapeo: Tapas crawl around Seville World Tapas Day - the third Thursday in June, seems the right time to write about our tapeo around Seville late last year. What is a tapeo? Well, think of it as being like a long lunch or dinner but spread over a number of restaurants, where you stop for

Babs Glasgow kebabs

Food Review: ‘Babs, 49 West Nile Street, Glasgow

 'Babs kebabs are indeed tasty We've been waiting with baited breath for 'Babs to open.  Kebabs in Glasgow don't have a good rep but we're big fans of the Turkish-style kebabs you find in Berlin. After talking to the owners and hearing of their dreams, which involved numerous research trips to Turkey we were looking forward