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Latest Reviews


Cafe Source Too Westend, Glasgow

Just love coming here; never been let down and even with a tight timescale, service, food quality and ambience was...

Corinthian Club, Glasgow

The cosy booth was ideal for our girls reunion and catch up, excellent food though occasionally difficult to catch the...

Cafe Andaluz City Centre, Glasgow

Had a lovely meal, great value for money! Will definitely be back.

Rave Review

Rave Review - Cafe Source Too Westend

Just love coming here; never been let down and even with a tight timescale, service, food quality and ambience was just right to make sure we enjoyed 3 courses and left in time.
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  • Life Glasgow is at the rock ‘n’ roll end of Sauchiehall Street, in between Scott and Garnet streets. A restaurant, bar and club, it lives by the motto ‘We eat, we drink, we dance’.

  • Friendly relaxed and family run. French bistro atmosphere.

  • 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.