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#LoveFoodFeelGood with Lido at Troon

 There’s a buzz about Troon Weekday nights don’t always involve a mixture of gin, great food and friends but at Buzzworks’ recent Love Food Feel Good evening showcase at Lido Troon there was a plethora of dishes and smiling faces to match. Continue below to see some of the fantastic food now being served at

Halloumi Glasgow new 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 then grilled or fried rather than

New Year Bratislava

New Year Escape 2018 – Day Two

Bratislava trip - day 2 The morning after the night before, or should I say the afternoon after the night before as we didn’t waken up until 12 (lazy gits!), well if you can’t have a lie in on the 1st January, when can you? It was all quiet out, and the fog had disappeared.

One Star house Party foodie Explorers glasgow

Food review: Eat the world with One Star House Party

Five Stars for One Star! One Star House Party isn't a house party and even if it was, it wouldn't stay for too long in the same location. No, this is a travelling pop-up restaurant on the road for 20 months, visiting 20 countries and popping up in 20 different places. The old Ketchup Southside at 1179

Iberica winter seasonal menu

Food review: winter game menu at Iberica

Good game on Ibérica's seasonal menu Ibérica do things a bit differently at Christmas. You won't find any turkey or Christmas pudding on their seasonal menu, instead over the Christmas period you can eat from the regular menu or a game menu which runs until the end of December. If the thought of game doesn’t appeal to

Cote Christmas menu - bread and kir royale

Food review: Côte Christmas menu 2017

Joyeux Noël at Côte Brasserie It's that time of year again, and if you're looking to go somewhere exceptional but don't have anything booked yet then read on... This was my third visit to the classy looking Côte Brasserie on Glasgow's West Nile Street. On arrival we were promptly greeted and taken to our table inside the

Wohlfahrt's wirtshaus Austrian restaurant Berlin

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

Dhabba glasgow Indian merchant city

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

Jesmond Dene House Hotel - Lobster bisque

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