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Latest Reviews

5.0

Da Luciano , Bothwell

Went here for dinner with my boyfriend and his mum for her birthday dinner and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Everything...
4.8

Cafe Andaluz Old Town George IV Bridge, Edinburgh

The place, food and staff service were great! Excellent attentive service without being rushed (at a busy festival time) ....
4.0

Cafe Andaluz City Centre, Glasgow

The food was lovely the fish tapas excellent as were the vegetarian selection The staff were very friendly. The price of...
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - Da Luciano

Went here for dinner with my boyfriend and his mum for her birthday dinner and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Everything was great from start to finish and we were welcomed by lovely staff throughout our meal. We already can’t wait to go back and enjoy some more yummy Italian food
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  • Close to the Forth & Clyde Canal, The Botany Bar & Restaurant has been relaunched from its previous incarnation, The Strathmore. The former 19th century working man’s pub now includes a graceful glasshouse dining conservatory with an outside terrace. Inside the bar area, the original brickwork is still intact with feature tiling and filament bulbs adding a retro-chic charm. The beautiful garden and surrounding parkland is so peaceful that you will soon forget that you are beside bustling Maryhill Road. The restaurant’s name is inspired by the nearby Botanical Gardens, which helped to establish the kitchen team’s vision of bringing a fresh, ingredient-driven menu to the Maryhill food scene.

  • When Tigerlily launched in 2006, it arguably kick started the renaissance of George Street as the capital’s most fashionable area for eating and drinking. A 2015 refurbishment ensured that the boutique hotel, bar and restaurant stays at the head of the pack. With mirrored walls, chandeliers, clever lighting and several different spaces, the decor of the dining areas helps make for a memorable meal. An extensive drinks list with innovative cocktails plus much sought after pavement terrace tables all add to Tigerlily’s undoubted appeal.

  • To label Dragon-I a Chinese restaurant doesn’t really do it justice. Located on Hope Street, Dragon-I offers dishes influenced by Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, as well as the vast Chinese repertoire of cooking styles, and is best described as a contemporary Asian fusion restaurant.