Hi, I’m Perrie

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Welcome to my Scottish Food blog! An eclectic mix of food and restaurant reviews of some of Glasgow’s best venues.

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Glasgow, Scotland.

Enjoy!

My Recent Reviews

The Dhabba, Candleriggs. The Art of Dum Pukht will change your perception of Indian food forever!

I was invited to The Dhabba last week to try their North Indian cuisine. I was full of expectations that the restaurant would be just another curry house. That’s not to say curry houses are bad. In fact, visiting some of the best in Glasgow i.e. Akbars and Anarkali, I assumed The Dhabba would be…

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Alston Bar and Beef, Glasgow Central Station. If You Haven’t Visited Yet … Then Why Not?

Having previously reviewed Alston Bar and Beef, I was invited back to sample their new menu launch. Happily, the visit was every inch the treat it usually is, mainly because the consistency of service and food is always impeccable! Located under Glasgow Central Station (on the right when exiting at Gordon Street), the restaurant is…

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Lebowski’s South – Avoid like the Plagueski!!! Thumbs down!

With Lebowski’s South right on my door step you’d think I’d be eating there more regularly. However, the place is not worth a foot in the door. Talk about over priced! Food! Drinks!! And don’t mention the appalling service – it’s worse than the venue itself!!! Recently, I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt and…

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The Haylie Hotel, Largs, the secret, dazzling gem of Ayrshire!

The Haylie Hotel, Largs, is ultimately … the hidden gem of the Ayrshire coast. With stunning, candle-lit, panoramic views over the water, the restaurant is rustic, romantic – and seriously amazing! Specialising in steaks, there is an extensive menu just willing to be sampled. Yet, I always seem to go for the same dish! To start I had the potato…

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Charcoals, Renfield Street. Top-Class Indian Cuisine!

I was honoured to receive a personal invite from Ali, the owner of Charcoals Indian restaurant on Renfield Street. The busy, independent venue surrounded by large chains is clearly successful and very well run. Just take a look at their awards proudly hanging on their walls. Not only that, Charcoals boasts a huge celebrity following…

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Barburrito, Hope Street. Fabulous, Fast and Filling Mexican Food!

It was a pleasure to be invited along to Barburrito on Hope Street. Their blogger’s event was wonderfully organised with lots of special treats! I would label Barburrito as healthy, filling Mexican fast food. There’s a fantastic choice of meats and lots of other Mexican toppings including guacamole, sour cream and salsa. You can also have…

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The Spanish Butcher – Menu Creativity Will Delight your Culinary Senses!!

The Spanish Butcher on Miller Street has a dark, mysterious ambience with minimal signage and decoration. It is not a run of the mill ‘steak and chips’ kind of restaurant either but innovative, top-end comfort cuisine. Seated in a spacious booth the friendly waitress was knowledgeable, yet slightly overwhelming! I think she may have visited our…

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Paesano, Great Western Road … Welcome to Pizza Heaven!!

A drunk blogger turns up to a blogger event and gets star treatment! Well, that was my night at Paesano on Great Western Road last week. Thrilled as always to be invited to these events I made the school girl error of going for the ‘infamous’ few beforehand. Not one to let down the food blogging community…

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The New Innis and Gunn Venue, Ashton Lane. Speak-easy Hoptails!!! and Everything Else Under One Roof!

The opening night for the new Innis and Gunn venue on Ashton Lane last week was fab! The new location has everything under one roof. It’s spacious and cool! Hang out with friends on the ground floor, have a meal on the first floor or have a romantic date on the top floor – perfect!      …

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Chelsea Market, Finnieston. The Most Fun, Sparkliest Menu in a Long Time …

Once upon a time, Chelsea Market opened in Finnieston. The large venue boasts comfortable seating, an enticing menu and lovely staff! – a dream come true … with all the innovation and sparkle a restaurant should have. The menu is fun, interesting and magical  – and very reasonably priced. To start with we had the Crispy Squid…

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