Eventually! Not since Gordon Ramsay at Amaryllis, which was a restaurant located in the One Devonshire Gardens hotel, has Glasgow held a Michelin Star. In this craziest of times, Cail Bruich did it. On her win Chef Lorna McKnee commented: “Winning a Michelin star has been a dream of mine since I became a chef.… Continue reading Glasgow gets it Michelin Star – at last!
Christmas may have passed but here’s a suggestion for a Christmas get together for 2021, dinner at Dalmeny Park Hotel in Barrhead. Located at the Neilston end of Barrhead, Dalmeny Park is easy to reach by car, bus and train. With it being full COVID time, there was a selection of mocktails and low alcohol… Continue reading Food review : Christmas at Dalmeny Park
Glasgow’s food scene doesn’t appear to have the same finesse as the Edinburgh food scene but that doesn’t mean that you won’t find somewhere serving delicious food. Scotland’s biggest city has a thriving culinary culture, from fine dining to hip brunch cafes and everything in between. Be it Italian, Chinese, Indian or Teppanyaki style food,… Continue reading THE best places to eat in Glasgow
Dear Green, the Glasgow-based coffee roasters, have been recognised alongside some of the world’s leading brands for putting purpose before profit. They have gained coveted B Corp status which gives credit to their position as one of the country’s most ethical enterprises. Dear Green now sits alongside internationally renowned brands including Innocent, Patagonia and The… Continue reading Dear Green Coffee recognised as an ethical enterprise