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 Modern Scottish
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.
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!
Gamba is a favourite of ours, and I'm embarrassed that it's been so long between visits.
There was a chilled vibe in the bar and it was pretty quiet aside from some tables with kids. I enjoyed having a drink here and would definitely come back.
Yasss - I've got to say, I really, really love the new McPhabbs.
Oh. My. Flock. Was this pop up one of the best I've ever tried? Yes, yes it was.
I've been a few times throughout the year and believe I've found my perfect meal - crab cappuccino and scallop & truffle tagliatelle for main. I was super excited for this!
This carrot, leek and mustard soup is perfect for Halloween, with the gorgeous bright orange colour so if you're still thinking about a starter – or even something to keep warm on the stove while you take the kids out guising then this might just be the recipe for you!
Here is a much overdue post about the dinner we had at The Grill on the Corner back at the end of March (eeeep!). We were invited in for dinner and headed into town for a wander before going in to dinner.
We celebrated our 1st wedding anniversary last weekend! We decided to go to Leith for a couple of nights.
Ian Brown Giffnock: Everything we ate was tasty, fresh, and the menu all seems to be locally sourced. Read the full review on the blog.