Restaurant Review: TriBeCa, 144 Park Road, Glasgow, G4 9HB

  Celebrating American Independence Day at TriBeCa My girl and I popped along for the wonderful NYC flavourfest that is TriBeca Woodlands (144 Park Rd)…

Food Review: Dakhin, 89 Candleriggs, Merchant City, Glasgow, G1 1NP

Gluten-free tasty food in the Merchant City Well-located on Candleriggs but easy to miss due to its upstairs location is the amazing South Indian restaurant Dakhin,…

Food Review: Crocker’s Folly, 24 Aberdeen Pl, St Johns Wood, …

A glistening folly We were greeted at Crocker’s Folly by maître d’hôtel Juan Mckenzie. Juan is of Chilean – Scottish ancestry. He runs the dining…

Food review: Tony Singh’s Road Trip, Apex International Hotel, 31…

  Spice up the Festival It’s festival time again and Edinburgh is jumping – we meandered our way through the streets of the old town…

Food Review: Hutchesons, 158 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1SJ

Food par excellence with the surroundings to match Until recently “Hutchesons’ Hall” probably didn’t mean that much to anyone other than Glasgow history buffs, it…

Food Review: Gusto, 14-18 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, G2 6QY

The new Gusto Restaurant and Bar is now open on Bothwell Street after a £1.3m refurbishment. With its Gatsby-era feel, think parquet flooring, glistening silverware…

Scottish salmon on a bed of Asian ginger noodles

Scottish salmon with an Asian twist A recipe from Chef Jean Paul Giraud celebrating one of Scotland’s finest ingredients, this dish puts an Asian twist on…