Now open: Fazenda, George Street, Edinburgh

Now open: Fazenda, George Street, Edinburgh

There’s a Brazilian reasons to visit Fazenda Sorry, that’s a bit of a dad thing to say, isn’t it?  We were invited along to the soft opening of South American restaurant, Fazenda Bar & Grill on Edinburgh’s George Street and left, not only with full bellies, but with high hopesRead More…

Food Review: Alston Bar & Beef set menu, Glasgow

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 toRead More…

Food review: The World’s End market, London

Food review: The World’s End market, London

You don’t have to travel to the end of the world for great steak Located on King’s Rd in Chelsea, this grade II building stands out like an architectural gem, this old tavern once stood on the edge of London and has so much history that it even has its own WikipediaRead More…

Food review: Chop House, Arch 15, E Market St, Edinburgh

Food review: Chop House, Arch 15, E Market St, Edinburgh

Chop to it! Get to the Chop House… New recruit “Local chef” visits the newly-opened Market Street Chop House with Mr Foodie… This was my first time visiting The Arches on Market Street, a relatively new development of cafes, restaurants and niche shops in the bridge arches under Jeffery StreetRead More…

Food Review: Butchershop Bar & Grill, 1055 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G3 7UD

Food Review: Butchershop Bar & Grill, 1055 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G3 7UD

It’s all about the meat Following a recent visit to Hutchesons Bar & Brasserie we finally made it along to the original The Butchershop Bar & Grill for some meat. Inside is relaxed and informal. Cosy booths or tables through the back seperated by a cocktail bar area. We were intrigued byRead More…

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

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 was one of those buildings that people rarely got the chance to visit – unless you happened to be there for Doors Open Day butRead More…

Food review: Porter and Rye, 1131 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8ND

Food review: Porter and Rye, 1131 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8ND

We recently ventured into Porter & Sons, or is it Rye & Co? No, it’s Porter & Rye, the latest venture from Kained Holdings (The Finnieston, Lebowski’s, Crafty Pig), which fits in effortlessly to the Finnieston strip where The Taste of Punjab used to be. I wish we had some photos of the TasteRead More…