My husband Colin has been counting the days for Roasters Deli in Partick to open. Situated at Partick tube station, this New York inspired deli, offering both sit-in and take-away has been creating a social media buzz about its opening since June. We spent 2 weeks in New York in January and loved the deli sandwiches, hence Colin’s mouth has been drooling every time he saw a tweet or facebook post about Roasters. So we rushed down on its 4th day of opening to sample some delights….
I love My Home Bakery on Hyndland Street, Glasgow. It is just round the corner from my house which makes it an all too tempting option for a quick wee cake or delicious lamb and mango chutney sausage roll…yum!!!! Let’s face it…you know that anywhere that says ‘Diets end here’ on the door is going to be yummy.
Mediterraneo can be found on Ingram Street, in Glasgow’s Merchant City. This is a great location for a Friday or Saturday night in town, with lots of great bars and clubs nearby. It advertises itself as a restaurant, pizzeria and champagne bar.
Hi Everyone! My name is Terrence, and after coming to Glasgow from Toronto in early 2014 to work on the Commonwealth Games, I find myself still here although the Games finished over a year ago! Something about the City and its people have kept me here.
This years Section 33 pop up restaurant is being held for 5 nights in the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall’s, Argyle Street, Glasgow. Launching last year with a pop up restaurant in Govanhill Baths, Section-33 is headed by Kyle Steel. Kyle not only has a wealth of experience in the restaurant business but also a heart of gold- with a proportion of the profits from these events going towards the restoration fund of the Panopticon and food banks. Last years event raised £2000 for the Govanhill Baths restoration appeal.
We probably picked the wettest, most miserable night on Saturday to go to the Electric Gardens II in the Botanic Gardens, Glasgow. We had been to Electric Gardens I in January and loved it so we were keen to get back.
St Louis Cafe Bar can be found at 734 Dumbarton Road, by the Thornwood roundabout and is a great neighbourhood bar. My friend Emma and I strolled in here one Sunday afternoon looking for a quick bar snack and were immediately impressed by the warm atmosphere.
North Star is one of my favourite café’s in Glasgow. I love it and could not wait to review it for you.
I felt it was fitting that for my first review, I should choose somewhere new to the west end – so please welcome Eusebi Deli as a west end newbie, recently opened at 154 Park Road in the Woodlands area of the West End.
Having heard good things about Eusebi’s deli in Shettleston but never having ventured there I was very excited to have this family run deli, with seating area, on my doorstep. So my husband (Colin) and I decided to meet there for a wee work day lunch. We were not dissapointed.