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Latest Reviews

2.0

Osteria Italiana, Glasgow

Food was nice but will not be back.
4.2

Iberica, Glasgow

The tapas is quite different to the other tapas restaurants in Glasgow and I think it's pretty authentic. It's normally...
4.4

The Fish People Cafe, Glasgow

You can never fault their fish dishes or the personal service they provide. We shall definitely be returning soon.
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - Michael's Grill and Seafood Place - Old Town

Nicely furnished restaurant. Great service - friendly and attentive but only when required! Food - every mouthful delicious. Great value for money on the 5pm deal. Highly recommend to all.
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