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Latest Reviews

4.6

Cafe India, Glasgow

Food and service were very good. Great value for money! No unexpected add ons. Great city centre location.
5.0

Urban Bar & Brasserie, Glasgow

We were a party of ten and all were delighted with food and service, it was a festive menu and...
5.0

Bo'Vine, Glasgow

Steak was cooked well with a delicious char-grilled taste. Really good portions. Lovely atmosphere in the restaurant and the service...
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - Urban Bar & Brasserie

We were a party of ten and all were delighted with food and service, it was a festive menu and very good value for money. It's lovely restaurant with atmosphere and ambiance, no hesitation in recommending it.
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