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Latest Reviews

4.4

Bo'Vine, Glasgow

Staff were very attentive and the waitress who welcomed us was lovely, taking the time to help me find my...
4

A Little Taste of Italy Ristorante Teatro, Glasgow

Ideal place to go before show at the Kings. Place was mobbed. Great atmosphere, good service & tasty...
5

Di Maggio's (City Centre), Glasgow

Fantastic meal and service yet again. Fettuccine was so full of flavour and Susanne pizza was bursting with jucieness and...
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - Di Maggio's (City Centre)

Fantastic meal and service yet again. Fettuccine was so full of flavour and Susanne pizza was bursting with jucieness and Lots of chicken and bacon.
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