The team behind the award-winning fish and chip outlet, Catch, is open once more – and despite the current Covid-19 restrictions, can still provide a fantastic fish supper. So I decided to support my local economy – goodness knows they need it right now – with a visit to the company’s latest Gibson Street branch…
Sometimes, just sometimes you want a good steak, and although many restaurants advertise the best, I suggest you try the Anchor Line in Glasgow before believing all the hype from others.
Luckily for me, I managed to visit before Scotland went into quarantine over the coronavirus pandemic.
If you’re looking for an authentic Italian restaurant in Glasgow with Mediterranean flavours, then Dimora should be your next stop.
It’s fair to say, there’s one thing you can generally rely on from a chef – and it’s that they don’t oversell their products! And such is the case with the Stair Arms in Pathhead.
It promises good old-fashioned wholesome homemade pub grub with the odd nod here and there to a more modern style of food offering, just to shake things up a bit.
It’s not unfair to say that from the outside, The Old Inn at Appin is not much to look at. However, don’t drive by otherwise you’re missing out on something very special indeed!
I once wrote about a seafood restaurant telling readers I didn’t think it could be bettered – well read on, because Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill in Edinburgh has just stolen the crown!
The Merchant City area of Glasgow is now a rather upmarket and trendy location which is why it was no great surprise to find this is where the hipster pancake restaurant Stack and Still can be found.
As a food reviewer, I’ve been exceptionally lucky to have eaten in some of the best restaurants and tasted some of the finest dishes, but sometimes, just sometimes, you leave somewhere in the sure and certain knowledge that a relatively unknown eatery is set for stardom!
Having stayed overnight at the Allan Ramsay Hotel in Carlops, we decided not to eat out and to try the restaurant’s own menu. And what a lucky decision that was. In fact, it was that good I’ve decided it merits a review all of its own.
I’d love to have brought you my fun-filled review of Elsrickle’s Big Red Barn, Lanarkshire’s answer to Fawlty Towers – with its very own Sybil – unfortunately, the whole visit turned into a big embarrassing farce.