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Latest Reviews

4.8

Di Maggio's (East Kilbride), East Kilbride

This was a great value 5pm deal and would definitely buy this again, the choice of food available was the...
4

Tower Restaurant, Edinburgh

A very good dining experience. Food and service were excellent. High end prices, but matched by good quality, presentation and...
3

Whighams Wine Cellars, Edinburgh

Service was good, wine list was extensive, limited options for vegetarians, plenty seafood options.
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - October Cafe and Late Bar

Had such a lovely lunch here. Great deal- 2 courses for 2 with bottle of Prosecco. The staff were all lovely and the food and drink first class. Would definitely recommend and will be back. Just need to get the lift working, I had to go up one floor and ended up back out the lift and running up the fire escape as the lift would not go to floor 3 no matter what I tried! :)
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