BRGR, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow

BRGR, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow

BRGR City Centre Burger Fix In need of some sustenance of a Monday lunchtime, and it being a long time since he had partaken of some classic American staples, the Colonel sallied forth from his country estate and made his way to the gleaming metropolis of Glasgow, whereupon he encounteredRead More…

Wrap Chic apply to move into St Enoch Centre

Wrap Chic apply to move into St Enoch Centre

St Enoch Centre site for Wrap Chic in Glasgow Wrap Chic,  Indian/Mexican street food purveyors have applied for permission to use an empty shop unit on the first floor of the St Enoch Shopping Centre complex for their Glasgow operation. Started in 2012 in Birmingham, Wrap Chic is a mixtureRead More…

Food Review: Hug, Skirving Street, Shawlands

Food Review: Hug, Skirving Street, Shawlands

Getting a hug in Shawlands On a recent stroll around Shawlands with Mrs Foodie, we decided to go for a cuppa somewhere. With plenty of cafes to choose from, we plumped for Hug Cafe, on Skirving Street. Initially we were only going to have a coffee & tea, with theRead More…

Food Review: Hen of the Woods at The Glad Cafe

Food Review: Hen of the Woods at The Glad Cafe

New brunch menu at the Glad Cafe Hen of the Woods, from the team behind The Hug and Pint on Great Western Road is the latest daytime residency at The Glad Cafe in Crossmyloof near Shawlands.  Unlike The Hug and Pint, the food here isn’t entirely vegan but much of itRead More…

Where to eat during Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018

Where to eat during Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018

Where to eat during Edinburgh Fringe Festival  – ideas for brunch, lunch and dinner Edinburgh Fringe Festival time can be full on so you’ll need to think ahead for where to go to get some decent food to keep yourself going.  Here are some suggestions for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Read More…

Food Review: Mount Haven Hotel, Marazion, Nr Penzance

Food Review: Mount Haven Hotel, Marazion, Nr Penzance

Lunch with a view at Mount Haven Just a few miles outside of Penzance in Cornwall is Marazion.  It’s a picturesque village with views out to St Michael’s Mount, which is joined to the coast by a narrow causeway.  If you want to see the sights, but in a moreRead More…

Food review: Data Kitchen, Berlin

Food review: Data Kitchen, Berlin

The future is now at Data Kitchen Breakfast is always our favourite time of day in Berlin, especially in summer where you can sit in the sunshine and relax over delicious goodies. But here is somewhere just a little different…Data Kitchen in Mitte.  Order your breakfast, lunch or dinner inRead More…

Recipe: Asparagus, Potato and Egg Salad

Recipe: Asparagus, Potato and Egg Salad

Summer on a plate – Asparagus, Potato, and Egg Salad Asparagus season is well underway and with the good weather an excuse for something a little lighter for lunch or an evening meal. I received some Scotty Brand asparagus and potatoes, so put them to use in this seasonal dish.Read More…

Food: Dine Out Scotland at Two Fat Ladies with 5pm

Food: Dine Out Scotland at Two Fat Ladies with 5pm

 Dine Out Scotland with Two Fat Ladies Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery has long been a favourite of ours, so much so that we hadn’t made it to the other restaurants in the Glasgow group! This was soon sorted with the launch of the 5pm Dine Out Scotland promotion.  From 21stRead More…

Food: The Laurels, Clarkston Road, Glasgow

Food: The Laurels, Clarkston Road, Glasgow

The Laurels, Southside Glasgow We needed to get out the house for some fresh air but the weather was a bit cold and wet…well, it certainly helped inspire our choices off the menu at The Laurels! The Laurels is on Clarkston Road and is within walking distance of both Muirend RailwayRead More…