Browsing 56 posts tagged with food.

 
 

RAMEN DAYO!

Ramen Dayo! seems to have captured Glasgow’s heart. They started off serving street food down an alleyway in Glasgow before moving to the basement of Max’s Bar and Grill. Now they’ve graduated to their own space on Queen Street and it’s delightful. I always get the same thing. Tonkotsu miso with an egg on top, washed down with Sake.

 
 

Bread Street Brasserie

Carolyn and I love food. We also love a good deal. Luckily 5pm had our back with their festival dining deal during the Edinburgh Fringe. We had a 3-course meal at Bread Street Brasserie with a glass of bubbly on arrival, 2 glasses of wine and coffee for £40.

5pm is running a lot of deals during the Edinburgh Fringe, so be sure to check them out. We left very happy and very full!

 
 

Tantrum Doughnuts

Living near Tantrum Doughnuts is both a blessing and a curse. Just look at these salted honey glazed doughnuts. How can I resist?

 
 

Coffee and Croissant

I needed all the fuel before a long day at the Ignite off-site in London. Black coffee and croissant at Notes coffee shop did the job.

 
 

YO! Sushi Is Back!

Yo! Sushi was a staple of Buchanan Street. I was a regular for takeaway and was disappointed when it closed some time back. Now it’s returned! This time setting up camp on West George Street in the old Pizza Hut building.

My friend, Laura, and I haven’t caught up in 6 months. We’ve been busy being adults. So we decided to have our mate date at Yo! Sushi, despite Laura expressing reservations about sushi. “I like the ones with vegetables and that’s it.”

The menu had all of my favourites—udon noodles, gyoza, tempura… Even Laura gave her meal a glowing review and was adventurous with trying new dishes.

We finished our meal by sharing dessert(s) and drinking matcha lattes.

10/10. Will be back.

 
 

Alchemilla

Ooh, I finally got around to checking out Alchemilla, one of Finnieston’s newest food spots. I’ll leave the food review to Briony, but I will say I enjoyed both the grub and the drink. I’ll definitely be back. Bonus points for being dog friendly, too!

 
 

Popping My Cottonrake Cherry

One of the (many) upsides of having Laura visit is food. Laura works at a bakery in Nottingham and makes me appreciate what goes into the process of hand-making food.

We visited Cottonrake Bakery on Saturday. All the croissants were gone by the time we arrived, so I settled for a pear tart. I say settled, but it was delicious. I washed it down with a black coffee. I’m carb loading before participating in tomorrow’s Great Edinburgh Run! That’s my excuse anyway.

 
 

Breakfast at Kelvingrove Cafe

I published this post yesterday and then my site got hacked. I can’t remember what I wrote, but the gist of it was: breakfast at Kelvingrove Cafe was good.

 
 

A Weekend In Warsaw

Chad and Scott booked a week in Warsaw, Poland and I invited myself along for the weekend. Wanting to get away for a winter adventure, Warsaw was perfect for mulled wine, 2-for-1 hotdogs, card games and history.

I didn’t have a bad meal or coffee in this city. I also played my first game of Jenga.

A few iPhone photos are on Instagram.

 
 

Mussels For One

Last week, I took myself to Distil for some lunch. I like spending time on my own. I enjoyed Beavertown Neck Oil and some Shetland mussels, house cured bacon and fresh herb broth. It was one of the most enjoyable lunches I’ve had.

Alternative shot on my Instagram.

 
 
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