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Latest Reviews

4.8

Ristorante Piccolo Mondo, Glasgow

Out with friends. Had the Celebration menu - superb value for money. Served by pleasant and efficient waiters. Enjoyed it...
4.4

The Salon at Blythswood Square, Glasgow

An enjoyable cream tea in a pleasant room overlooking Blythswood Square. Staff were very pleasant. Our only minor gripe was...
4.6

ISHKA, Edinburgh

My friend and I had a lovely meal in ISHKA last week on the special deal. It was an early...
 

Rave Review

Rave Review - Ristorante Piccolo Mondo

Fantastic restaurant, warm welcome, food excellent and staff very attentive, you can't fault it.
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