COOK and Indi’s World Buffet are taking over the old Harry Ramsdens site at Springfield Quay.
Tony Macaroni have joined forces with Italy’s leading celebrity chef, Fabio Campoli, who is revamping the menus of TM’s 11 restaurants across central Scotland.
Fabio will be revising the menus of all Tony Macaroni restaurants, starting with Queensferry Road, Edinburgh, which is the Group’s eleventh restaurant and due to open later this year. Thereafter the new menu will be rolled out across all other branches of Tony Macaroni.
“Fabio and his team are overhauling our dishes to ensure that everything we serve is as authentic as possible. We know our customers already love our food but we also know that there’s always room for change and innovation. Having one of the world’s best Italian chefs creating new dishes for us and tweaking some of our classics to make them completely authentic, will ensure we offer customers the genuine taste of Italy without having to go to Rome”, said Tony Macaroni Group boss, Sep Marini.
For over 15 years, Fabio has been one of Italy’s most well-respected chefs and his wide knowledge of the country’s cuisine has led him to work not only in restaurants but to become consultant chef for RAI, Italy’s main television channel. For the past two years he has also hosted a new show, ‘My Italian Recipes’, every morning on Italy’s Channel 4. Fabio is considered one of the world’s leading experts in food design and has worked on several Hollywood films’ food scenes including Mission Impossible 3 and Eat, Pray and Love, and on TV series Rome and The Borgias.
Deli 1901 in Shawlands will be changing to Deli Zola, a French Bistro
Remember your bags and save 5p! – 20th October 5p charge for carrier bags comes in – keep a bag in your bag!
We have also signed up to work with Vizeat – meet people in their own homes and enjoy local foods when on your travels.
Award-winning chef Martin Wishart is to open the second branch of The Honours in Glasgow’s Malmaison in November.
The Creative Mackintosh Festival is taking place in Glasgow until the end of October.
Glasgow Dinearound have teamed up with the Creative Mackintosh Festival 2014 for some special deals – check out the site for more details.
Some of the events will raise money for the Mackintosh Building Fire Fund as well.
Hot Flame World Banquet in Lister Square has just opened and has 250 seats inside with room for another 60 outside. It will employ a total of around 20 staff.
The restaurant has sections offering Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, European, Mediterranean, Thai, Italian and American BBQ, with live cooking stations for custom-made dishes.
Its owners, who have been in the catering industry in Scotland for more than 20 years, already run Hot Flame World Banquets in Falkirk and Glasgow and will operate another in the Livingston Designer Outlet due to open towards the end of the year.