Whether you prefer yours served in bone china (with pinky finger stretched out), or builder’s strength in your favourite mug, there’s no denying the pleasure of sitting down to a good cup of tea… and I’m sure your mum would agree, so this Mother’s Day why not make her the perfect cuppa with this helpful advice from the friendly Tea Fanatics at Whit
Cheese and ham or cheese and pickle just doesn't come close to what we expect from our lunch break sandwiches nowadays. Sandwich-eating should be a gourmet experience that's packed with flavour and freshness. I'm going to introduce you to the top four places in Glasgow that sell the best lunch break sandwiches to go.
Bibi’s has been serving Glasgow since 2007 and is still one of the first places that people recommend when the topic of a good Mexican restaurant crops up. You get a free welcome margarita and a seat in one of the cosiest, friendliest restaurants around. It’s popular with the locals and for those making the effort it’s worth the trip to the farther end of Partick – buses for Clydebank pass right by the door.
Vegan and Vegetarian aren't the first words that pop into mind when you think of Glasgow and food, but it soon will be. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) last year named Glasgow as its most vegan friendly city. Beating well known Brighton in the stakes, we take a look at where to go in Glasgow for some vegan/vegetarian friendly food (and drink!)
If you like burgers, you must have heard of top US burger chain Five Guys. They have opened their first Scottish branch in Glasgow, to bring us a true Amercian burger experience. I spoke to Five Guys CEO John Eckbert, who told me what makes them unique and why there is such a hype around this fast food brand.Describe the concept of Five Guys? What
I have drunk smoothies for as long as I can remember; but of the sugary fruit and frozen yogurt variety. I'm not a big vegetable eater (there, I said it) and the idea of drinking them blended sounded hideous to me. Until I tried my first green vegetable smoothie. It tasted good, and once I read up on the health benefits compared to fruit smoothies,
First-time diners at Glasgow’s Banana Leaf tend to come by recommendation - a pass the oh-so-moreish Malaysian parcel if you like. Situated in a quiet corner of Cambridge Street (a short distance from the city’s popular Sauchiehall Street), Banana Leaf is, well, rather unassuming from the outside re
The Overlee (formally Clark & Sons) is a smart and family-friendly gastro-pub in Clarkston in Glasgow's Southside. Its first floor location allows for commanding views over the bustling Clarkston Toll shopping area. This area is an upmarket residential one, so it's very popular with locals- being one of only two drinking holes in the near vicinity.
The BEST Christmas Cocktails and MocktailsChristmas is a time for Cocktails (and Mocktails for the drivers!) and having fun. Showcase your skills with these delicious festive drinks to help banish those dark nights.Of course, Christmas isn’t Christmas without the smell of cinnamon and orange or a good mulled wine. Mulled Wine100g Brown Sugar1 Sta
There are many restaurants in Glasgow that serve a curry, but one of the best Glasgow Indian restaurants isn’t just Indian, it’s Persian too. Located in the centre of Glasgow, in the Merchant City, Koolba (meaning farmhouse) serves Indian food but with Persian twist. Persia covered a vast area from Iran to Afghanistan and this is reflected in the
It's tradition in almost every workplace in the country to organise a group night out for Christmas. Often this involves a set menu dinner, or a party night at a local hotspot. The competition to bag a booking on a good date is fierce, with venues often being booked to capacity on December nights months in advance. Companies start making plans as e
Dashing to the theatre, sweetie, darling? Well not until you’ve pondered the city’s top five dining establishments for luvvies looking for a little pre theatre satisfaction in Glasgow.
Meet the local foodies – GlasgowGlasgow has an amazing food scene and with this a whole load of Food Bloggers. As well as myself (Food and Drink Glasgow http://www.foodanddrinkglasgow.co.uk/) there is a huge amount of information online about foodie Glasgow. So you won’t starve!Glasgow food blogs are now being the go-to for up to the minute infor