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Latest Reviews

4.2

Lychee Oriental, Glasgow

Did not disappoint. We have been here several times and as always a lovely meal and staff very friendly
4.8

Citation, Glasgow

Very good value. for money.Staff efficient,courteous and friendly!
4.6

Atlantic Brasserie, Glasgow

Would highly recommend both food and service, excellent value for money and was never rushed to leave the table even...
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - Lychee Oriental

We've been here a few times both for lunch and dinner and it never disappoints. Excellent food and very efficient and friendly staff
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