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Latest Reviews

4.2

Aga Mezze Palace, Glasgow

The Food & Service were very good and it was a nice change having Turkish Food - We will return.
5.0

Sorrento, Glasgow

Excellent food and the staff are lovely. Very nice restaurant.
4.6

Red Onion, Glasgow

I have been to Red Onion a few times and never been disappointed. They go the extra step to...
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - Sorrento

Excellent food and the staff are lovely. Very nice restaurant.
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