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Latest Reviews

4.2

Edinburgh River Life, Edinburgh

We were a group of 8 and didn't order any starters so our wait for the main meal was quite...
5.0

The Spiritualist, Glasgow

Have been here before and it never disappoints. Food was excellent and the waiter was really friendly. We got a...
4.6

Di Maggio's (City Centre), Glasgow

Excellent food in relaxing atmosphere. The Bad Ass Wings are really good.
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - The Spiritualist

Have been here before and it never disappoints. Food was excellent and the waiter was really friendly. We got a lovely welcome when we arrived and I would definitely recommend.
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