The mother of all curries? A name that gets heralded around as one of the city’s top restaurants (let alone Indian restaurants) in Glasgow is Mother India. The UK does such a good job of producing such smashing curries, in part to its long history […]
Ichiban means number one in Japanese. And Ichiban Noodle Bar might just be number one for Japanese food in Glasgow! It was one of our dinner stops for a wild night in the city (in terms of stuffing our faces). Originally established in 1998 the […]
I’m not Canadian, and I only spent a week in Toronto, but still, something about seeing Tim Hortons in Glasgow, Scotland brings a smile to my face. It’s the part of me that wants to be a Canadian, eh. I mean, the food’s not good but there’s some charm that I instinctively associate with Canadian things. And I’m not alone there. It’s proper busy at this flagship store of Europe. Did you know that 8 out of every 10 cups of coffee sold in Canada are from Tim Hortons? That’s just a little too insane to process. Since opening his first cafe in 1964, Tim’s really outdone himself.
I had spent my morning at the Botanical Gardens and had a particularly unfriendly Uber experience. As such, I was in need of some more sunshiny times. Luckily I found that in my breakfast stop at the Cottonrake Bakery. Something about the people of Glasgow […]
What can I say? The heart wants what it wants. There’s probably way too many posts on KFCs but maybe I can rationalise it as helping me understand cross-cultural differences. KFC Glasgow on a Saturday night must be one of the most rocking places in […]
I’m a little surprised this industrial-chic brunch venue doesn’t have more reviews and more hurrah. I mean on Zomato, there’s lots of good vibes on Tripadvisor, Facebook and Google. Our group of friends enjoyed our visit to The Wilson Street Pantry a lot. The food was simple, but effective and the service was positively smile-inducing.