Restaurant review: No 11 Brunswick Street, 11 Brunswick St, Edinburgh EH7 5JB

Enlightened eating in The New Town Located near to the foot of Leith walk, a mere 15 minute walk from Waverley train station, No 11 Brunswick…

Event review: Flock Pop up with Chef John Traynor at …

Would we Flock again to this pop-up? Chef John Traynor (ex Porter and Rye) joined the burgeoning pop-up scene in Glasgow with his Flock pop…

Food Review: Black Dove, 67 Kilmarnock Road, Shawlands, Glasgow *CLOSED*

Black Dove, in the southside hub of Shawlands, is the first restaurant venture by Chef of the year 2014 (at the Scottish Italian Awards): Chris…

Food Review: Byron, 115 Deansgate, Manchester M3 2NW

Byron is making a name for themselves down south and they’ll be heading to Glasgow soon. We’d considered visiting them in London a year or two ago…

Food Review: Maggie’s Cosy Cottage, 29 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G69 6…

Maggie’s Cosy Cottage is located in one of the few old building left in Baillieston.  A small indeed cosy building with a cafe at one…

Food Review – Burgermeister, 8 Oberbaumstrasse, Kreuzberg, Berlin

Under the U-bahn on an upturned beer crate This is slow “fast” food – the queue is immense, the heat stifling and we are sitting…

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