Food Review: Radhuni, Loanhead

Food Review: Radhuni, Loanhead

Radhuni, home of the best curry chef in Scotland! We were told that Radhuni is a Bengali word meaning ‘passionate cook’ so where else would you expect to find the winner of the Scottish Curry Awards’ Chef of the Year 2018, Ashok Ram, working? In the business for seven years withRead More…

Food Review: Breakfast at Dishoom, Edinburgh

Food Review: Breakfast at Dishoom, Edinburgh

Dishoom sounds like a hit Dishoom, the Indian restaurant chain from London opened their first restaurant outside of the capital on the central location of St. Andrew Square in Edinburgh’s New Town. It’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and also has a cocktail bar in the basement. Since opening inRead More…

Foodie Explorers – A week in pictures 22nd July 2018

Foodie Explorers – A week in pictures 22nd July 2018

A week in pictures – Edinburgh escapades with Foodie Explorers A quiet start to the week with Mr Foodie having Monday off for the Glasgow Fair holiday.  Surprisingly it stayed dry but we were tired so stayed local and pottered around the house trying to make it tidy, and onceRead More…

Food review: The Dhabba, Glasgow

Food review: The Dhabba, Glasgow

Yabba Dhabba Do The Dhabba in Glasgow’s Merchant City has a new menu, designed to look like a newspaper, to celebrate both 70 years of Indian independence and 15 years of The Dhabba (opened in 2002). It’s also a rare menu change as we were told that this is the firstRead More…

Food Review: Yaars, 44 Skirving Street, Glasgow

Food Review: Yaars, 44 Skirving Street, Glasgow

A new yaardstick for Southside takeaways Recently opened in the site of the original Buddy’s on Skirving Street is Yaars. It’s an Indian takeaway and home delivery with a difference. There’s a lack of gloopy oil and sauces here.  Instead fresh flavours and moreish Indian food with a twist. MrRead More…

Tuk Tuk launches in Glasgow

Tuk Tuk launches in Glasgow

Edinburgh’s Tuk Tuk opens in Glasgow The vibrant Indian-inspired murals adorning  the walls of the Sauchiehall Street restaurant by artists Conzo Throb and Ciaran Glöbel welcomed us into Tuk Tuk on a dark February night. A western sister to their Edinburgh Tollcross restaurant, Tuk Tuk brings its unique brand of Indian street food toRead More…

Food: Chaakoo Bombay Cafe, 79 St Vincent Street, Glasgow

Food: Chaakoo Bombay Cafe, 79 St Vincent Street, Glasgow

Step back in time at Chaakoo Bombay Cafe Decor Modelled on the Irani cafes of Mumbai circa 1950, Chaakoo takes its name from the Hindi word for “knife”.  I was intrigued to find out what was on offer and have a look at the glamorous decor as Chaakoo has replacedRead More…

Food Review: The Mumbai Mansion, 250 Morrison Street, Edinburgh

Food Review: The Mumbai Mansion, 250 Morrison Street, Edinburgh

One of Edinburgh’s best Indian restaurants, near to Haymarket Railway Station Located between the Jolly Botanist and Chop Chop on Morrison St, this is where the head chef (and many of the staff) from the well-regarded Indian fine-dining restaurant Mithas have relocated after its closure in 2015. So if you wereRead More…

Food Review: Babu Ji, 175 Avenue B, Alphabet City, New York

Food Review: Babu Ji, 175 Avenue B, Alphabet City, New York

A must visit for Indian street food in NYC It’s always handy to know someone in a city and in New York we have a fellow foodie chum in Fiesty Foodie who we hadn’t seen since early 2015 and we just happened to be in New York so what do usRead More…

TASTY by Tony Singh opens this week

TASTY by Tony Singh opens this week

Tony Singh comes to Glasgow This Friday sees the opening of Tasty by Tony Singh at Alea Glasgow Casino.   Tony is a smashing guy, we had the pleasure of meeting him at his pop up restaurant during the Edinburgh Festival. Famous for his fusion of Scottish food with flavoursRead More…