Food Review: Wohlfahrt’s Wirtshaus, Berlin

Discovering Austrian cuisine in Berlin Think of Berlin for food and it's Turkish pizza, a kebab or maybe currywurst? Delve deeper into the many neighbourhoods and you'll find much more. We love Berlin and each time we return we try to seek out new districts and new places to discover off the tourist trail. We

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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 first time in 7 years and

Food Review: No 10 Hotel, Glasgow

Almost a perfect 10! This was our second visit to Number 10, but I wonder how many people in the area actually know it's here, or know that it isn't just for weddings or tourists staying over.  It's located at the Crosshill-end of the beautiful Queen's Drive, less than a 5 minute walk from Crosshill

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Food review: Jesmond Dene House Hotel, Newcastle

Historic hotel restaurant in Newcastle Jesmond Dene House Hotel is a grand city mansion in northeast Newcastle, roughly three miles from the centre, but in 10 minutes, by car, you can be in central Newcastle and yet you could still be persuaded that you're out in the country as the Grade ll-Listed Arts and Crafts building

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News: The Plumpy Duck opens in Howwood

The Plumpy Duck is new on the bill at the Bowfield Hotel Unlike the pun above, the new restaurant as The Bowfield Hotel & Country Club in Howwood, Renfewshire sounds great. A new restaurant called The Plumpy Duck has opened for business as part of a £1.5million redevelopment programme which also includes The Stables Bar.

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Food Review: YO! Glasgow Central

There's more to YO! than sushi YO! have dropped the 'sushi' from their name but thankfully not the menu.  The name change reflects the variety of dishes now available - everything from sushi to Osakan street food to spiced fries and even white bread sandwiches (but sadly no whipped cream with fruit filling yet!) The

Food review: The World’s End market, London

You don't have to travel to the end of the world for great steak Located on King's Rd in Chelsea, this grade II building stands out like an architectural gem, this old tavern once stood on the edge of London and has so much history that it even has its own Wikipedia page! But today, inside, it's

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5pm.co.uk launch Dine Out Edinburgh

Exclusive Restaurants For Everyone - Dine Out Edinburgh Launches Dine Out Edinburgh, which will run from 8th May to 21st May, will offer food lovers meals at many of Edinburgh’s top restaurants for just £15.95. The price will include two or three courses, sometimes including a drink, allowing food lovers to indulge at their favourite

Chef Jérôme Henry unveils his first restaurant

Le Roi Fou in Edinburgh to open in Edinburgh Chef Jérôme Henry will open his first restaurant, Le Roi Fou in Edinburgh’s New Town this month. Swiss-French Jérôme has,  over the last 20 years, cooked in some of the best kitchens including seven years as head chef at Anton Mosimann’s Private Dining Club, as well

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Food review: Ramen Dayo!, Glasgow

Ramen right up ye! Forced into La Cheetah, the basement club of Max's bar & grill on Queen St, from its semi-"permanent" location on Gordon Lane by Glasgow City Council, the entry to Ramen Dayo!, once you've descended the staircase, is suitably Japanese. Red and white lanterns hang like they might do in a Shibuya