Review: Toro Coffee Co.

Review: Toro Coffee Co.

No bull coffee at Toro In keeping with the current growing trend of Coffee Shops popping up throughout the city, a new supping hole has recently opened up in Glasgow’s Southside. Toro Coffee Co is located on Pollokshaws Road not far from Shawlands Railway Station and Pollok Park. Mrs FoodieRead More…

Food review: Cafe Môr, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Food review: Cafe Môr, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Sun, sea, sand and seaweed snacks at Cafe Môr Pembroke is famous for its beaches and whilst driving along a particular sandy stretch of coast you may spot a little boat-shaped mobile food van by the side of the road, probably with a huge queue too. Well, that is CafeRead More…

Food Review: Brunch at Kilmurry & Co, Shawlands, Glasgow

Food Review: Brunch at Kilmurry & Co, Shawlands, Glasgow

Brunch at Kilmurry & Co in Shawlands Located where the disappointing Green’s Coffee House used to be, and before that BetFred and once upon a time, Newlands Post Office, is Kilmurry & Co. If you’ve passed here recently you’ll have noted the outdoor seating area, which blocks off the post boxes butRead More…

Tebay Northbound Services, M6, England

Tebay Northbound Services, M6, England

Tebay – The best motorway service station in the UK? Motorway services aren’t known for their prettiness or indeed comfort and welcome.  Usually it’s a quick toilet stop, stretch of  the legs, maybe a sandwich and back to the driving.  Tebay, however, is something different. We stopped here for lunchRead More…

5 of the best places in Glasgow for Ice Cream

5 of the best places in Glasgow for Ice Cream

5 of the Best Places in Glasgow for Ice Cream Whether it sunny or dull a “pokey hat” will always bring a smile to a face.  Here are 5 of the best places in Glasgow for ice cream.   Let us know what your favourite place is for an iceRead More…

Five of the BEST places in Edinburgh for an Ice Cream

Five of the BEST places in Edinburgh for an Ice Cream

5 of the Best Places in Edinburgh for Ice Cream Whatever the weather, Ice cream is always a top choice for a snack, dessert or just a treat.  Here are 5 suggestions for the best places in Edinburgh for Ice Cream.  Let us know any others we need to checkRead More…

Brunch: Mayze, Argyle Street, Finnieston, Glasgow

Brunch: Mayze, Argyle Street, Finnieston, Glasgow

Brunch at Mayze in Finnieston From the brains behind The Cran, which was just a bit further along the road comes Mayze, the latest Vegan and Veggie-friendly venue in Glasgow. After visiting the nearby Peruana Ceviche pop-up bar, we decided to also pop into this newcomer to the Finnieston* sceneRead More…

News: El Perro Negro is coming soon to Finnieston!

News: El Perro Negro is coming soon to Finnieston!

El Perro Negro’s location and menu now revealed! Long-awaited news in the Glasgow Foodie world, El Perro Negro is edging closer to opening their permanent location with their website now live and menu made public. Located where Buddy’s was in hipsterville Finnieston, El Perro Negro bring some meaty action to the FinniestonRead More…

UK Sausage Week Awards Winners

UK Sausage Week Awards Winners

The winners of the UK Sausage Week Awards have been announced.   Antiques expert, TV presenter and UK Sausage Ambassador Eric Knowles presented butchers, supermarkets and manufacturers with their winning trophies. UK Sausage Week (30th October – 5th November) is an annual week-long celebration, showcasing the best of British sausages.Read More…

Food Review: John Long’s, Belfast

Food Review: John Long’s, Belfast

Belfast’s oldest fish & chip shop You can’t visit Belfast without visiting its oldest chippy – John Long’s.  Operating since 1914, John Long converted part of his grocery shop on Mill Street to sell fish & chips. Demand became so great that he moved to Athol Street, taking over an oldRead More…