Persia is a Middle Eastern restaurant and cafe on Glasgow’s Great Western Road.
Recent reviews: “Excellent restaurant, service and food. Lunch menu only £7.50. Beautiful.” – Javier Sanchez-Diaz – 17/08/2014
£9.95 for 2 courses on pre-theatre menu
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Located within the luxurious No 10 Hotel in Glasgow’s south side is a stylish, contemporary bar and restaurant offering European cuisine.
Recent 5pm review: Good food, staff very friendly & helpful. Nice relaxing atmosphere. – Pamela McCaig – 29/09/2014
£11.95 for 2 courses on market menu.
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Glasgow Dinearound has teamed up with the Creative Mackintosh Festival 2014 for the ‘Big Mack’ Dinearound.
Throughout October you can get a delicious 2 or 3 courses for £15.95 plus discounts at the Creative Mackintosh Festival.
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Get a complimentary dram of Glengoyne 15 Year Old Highland single malt when you book at selected restaurants across Glasgow and Edinburgh with 5pm Dining.
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The Sutherland Restaurant is part of Cringletie House, a Baronial castle set in 28 acres of grounds.
The proud holder of three AA Rosettes, The Sutherland Restaurant uses local Borders produce to produce French-inspired dishes.
£37.50 for 3 courses from the temptation menu.
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To label Dragon-I a Chinese restaurant doesn’t really do it justice. Located on Hope Street, Dragon-I offers dishes influenced by Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, as well as the vast Chinese repertoire of cooking styles, and is best described as a contemporary Asian fusion restaurant.
EH15 on the top floor of the Club at Edinburgh College, is a bright, modern restaurant and bar, with amazing views of Arthur’s Seat and the Forth, perfect for relaxing with friends and family.
Having first opened its doors on the Crow Road in 2005, I-Chai quickly established itself as a favourite Chinese restaurant in Glasgow’s Anniesland area. As well as set lunch and pre-theatre menus, I-Chai has an extensive a la carte which covers many classic Chinese dishes as well as a few surprises. Popular with family groups as well as couples and also an ideal venue for working lunches, I-Chai is a popular spot for a fine Chinese meal in Glasgow’s West End.
The SECC & its new neighbour the Hydro have plenty of options nearby for dining.
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