Product: Alesis Filo Spinach Twist Pie

Product: Alesis Filo Spinach Twist Pie

Let’s twist again, like we did last summer Following food-filled holidays to Greece, Bosnia, Slovenia, Croatia and Bulgaria, Mr Foodie loves his Balkan foodie treats, so when I saw this in Waitrose I knew it would (probably) make him happy. He had tried Lidl’s borek/burek attempts before but weren’t allRead More…

Recipe: Greek Style Roasted Potatoes

Recipe: Greek Style Roasted Potatoes

Delicious Greek-style roasted potatoes Them Greeks know something about roasting potatoes. I don’t think we’ve ever been to a Greek restaurant and had bad roasties. Moist but also crisp and moreish. I’ve yet to perfect them but this recipe is near enough to Greek-style restaurant roasters as I can getRead More…

Food: Halloumi Southside now open

Food: Halloumi Southside now open

Get your Greek on at Halloumi Southside The sibling of Halloumi, the Greek-Cypriot restaurant on Hope Street, has now opened Southside. 👏 The former art gallery building, and before that Bank of Scotland, at the corner of Pollokshaws Road and Torrisdale Street is the Southside home of Halloumi. We wereRead More…

Food: Go Greek this Christmas with the Christmas Menu at Yiamas

Food: Go Greek this Christmas with the Christmas Menu at Yiamas

Go Greek this Christmas at Yiamas Yiamas in Bath Street are well-known for their filling gyros (pronounced like yee-ros), however this Christmas Glasgow foodies are in for a treat with this Greek take on Christmas dinner!   Yiamas invited ourselves along to show off their festive offerings.  We shared theRead More…

News: Halloumi is finally heading Southside!

News: Halloumi is finally heading Southside!

Opening date for Halloumi Southside Halloumi, the Greek-Cypriot restaurant on Hope Street, have announced that they after set to open their long awaited Southside restaurant next month. The former art gallery building, and before that Bank of Scotland, at the corner of Pollokshaws Road and Torrisdale Street will be theRead More…

Competition – new dishes on Halloumi Spring menu

Competition – new dishes on Halloumi Spring menu

Curdle up a little closer, lovely mint Halloumi is the bright Greek-Cypriot restaurant on Hope Street, named after the famous cheese from Cyprus which is usually made from a mix of goat and sheep milk. The finished “squeaky” product is typically garnished with mint for flavour and longevity, which is thenRead More…

WIN – Day 12 of #Foodiemas Festive Fizz at Halloumi

WIN – Day 12 of #Foodiemas Festive Fizz at Halloumi

WIN Festive Fizz for two at Halloumi Halloumi, on Hope Street, Glasgow, is a Greek-Cypriot Mezze restaurant. It’s ideal for couples and for getting together with friends.  The idea being you order a selection of plates and dig in.  It’s all about sharing. The vibe is casual and relaxed with tastyRead More…

#GetYourGreekOn at Halloumi Glasgow

#GetYourGreekOn at Halloumi Glasgow

We might not have the Mediterranean weather but we’ll soon have some Mediterranean flavours with the launch of  Halloumi, a new Greek restaurant on Hope Street in Glasgow. Halloumi promises ‘Mediterranean flavours with a Glasgow twist’ which is good for us! The launch date has been announced as 12 noonRead More…

Food Review: Frosoullas, 39 Sinclair Drive, Battlefield, Glasgow G42 9QE

Food Review: Frosoullas, 39 Sinclair Drive, Battlefield, Glasgow G42 9QE

From kitsch to sparkly but still homely with the best roast potatoes in Glasgow (perhaps?!) The Greek Golden Kebab was a Southside institution: the first Greek restaurant in Scotland in 1972, its interior was cramped but magical with plastic grapes hanging from the walls and that feeling of being in your granny’sRead More…

Recipe: Vegetarian Haggis Greek Pie

Recipe: Vegetarian Haggis Greek Pie

Haggis is a much ignored piece of Scottish produce, wheeled out once a year with watery, overcooked neeps and tatties. I’ve never been a big fan of haggis, it seems all fat and gristle to me and Vegetarian Haggis just seemed like a silly idea. However, a wee parcel ofRead More…