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Latest Reviews

3.6

Brasserie on George Square - Millennium Hotel, Glasgow

The food was very good my wife had the turkey and I had the salmon. The service was abysmal when we...
2.6

Ashoka Finnieston, Glasgow

The starters my wife and I had were 'meh'. Didn't taste of much. One of the main courses was good and...
4.6

The Citizen Glasgow, Glasgow

We had a lovely 2 course meal. The food was excellent and the staff were lovely and attentive. Well worth...
 

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