Six by Nico is the talk of the town this year in Glasgow – they stormed onto the Finnieston scene with their new restaurant offering a set 6-course menu which changes every 6 weeks.
All in Glasgow West End
Kimchi Cult in Glasgow's West End have been one of my favourite places to eat for a long time – they do seriously delicious Korean street food. They started out as a pop up, then moved to Glasgow a few years back and into their home on Chancellor Street in the West End.
Choosing where to go for birthday lunch is a pretty big decision for me, but this year it was pretty simple. We'd been to Alchemilla in December and I was totally blown away by the food, so we booked for lunch on my birthday.
Wine and cheese are two of my favourite things on the planet. But there's not really a wine bar in Glasgow that floats my boat – until now.
At the moment, Glasgow has some really interesting places which are bringing something totally new to the city, which is quite refreshing. Here's 5 places which have really got me excited.
Continuing the 2016 recap theme, I thought it'd be nice to look back over the year and share some of my favourite meals.
We met at Glasgow Queen Street Station and after a bit of a mix up with left-luggage, headed to Finnieston for lunch at The Gannet.
As it's November and we're all wishing 2016 would just hurry up and piss-off, I thought I'd write about some of the brand new food/drink places which opened this year in case you've missed them. Here's a few of my favs...
Their toastie selection is pretty mouthwatering: there's a haggis option, pulled pork, tuna, pastrami and halloumi.
I am a BIG Seb & Mili fan from when they were on St Vincent Street and now they just have this location on Argyle Street in Finnieston.
Asian street food in Finnieston? I knew I had to visit ASAP when I heard about this place.
Replacing the Grumpy Goat, Elena's seemed to pop up really quickly - it's because not much has changed inside apart from some Spanish flags and a bull design on one on the walls.
When there's a new restaurant opening in Glasgow, my ears always prick up and I get very excited. What makes me even more excited is when it is a restaurant doing something different from anywhere else in Glasgow, and that's just what Horn Please is doing with its modern, Indian street food menu.
I finally tried out El Perro Negro's burger at the Brew Dog pop up recently and have to say, it was definitely in my top 5 burgers of all time.
I seriously love sushi, and when I spotted the neon lights of Pickled Ginger, I knew this was somewhere I had to try.
We were sitting on the mezzanine which I totally love - and were tucked away in a corner near the bar so it was like having dinner in a lush oasis with no one else around!
I'm a little bit in love with this place and was really impressed after my visit yesterday - delicious food, great decor and friendly staff.
I was starting to feel like I was the only person in Glasgow who hadn't made it along to Tantrum Doughnuts.
I have a shocking confession to make. You might not even believe me. But it's true... I don't like cake.
Yasss - I've got to say, I really, really love the new McPhabbs.