Casual Darts @ The Raven

We were invited along to The Raven for the launch party of their new darts game area, on Thursday 14th of November. We’ve always really liked the food and the atmosphere at The Raven, so I jumped at the chance to accept the invitation! Having read in advance a little bit about what they came…

Pavement, Merchant City

Did you know the term bao bun is actually incorrect? Fun fact: bao means bun, so it’s kind of redundant, right? Somehow, however, this is how they are well-known in the UK. The original name seems to be Gua Bao, and I’ve read they are also known as Taiwanese hamburgers. The ever-enlightening source of Wikipedia…

Halloween Giveaway

I love Halloween!! There, I said it. What’s not to like about it anyway? You have the perfect excuse to wear something silly, or something awesome, go party with people in funny clothes, and drink and eat funny looking things and treats. And speaking about treats! I have an exciting Halloween giveaway this year. The…

Nuku Nuku on Hope Street

On a mid-weekend we were craving something a little different, we ventured down to Nuku-Nuku, a little restaurant on Hope Street serving Japanese inspired food. The place is modern and has a warm feeling to it with some cute origami cranes hanging from the ceiling and fairy lights. Apparently Nuku Nuku means something like “warmly”…

Swadish, Merchant City

This week, I was lucky to be invited along to Swadish by owner and Head Chef, Ajay. Swadish is a modern Indian cuisine restaurant which opened its doors earlier this year in the lively area of Merchant City. The restaurant is beautiful inside – bright, spacious and distinctive. The traditional features of the building enclose…

Bloc Pop Up, Finnieston

Awesome burgers, incredible food deals, cool chillaxing atmosphere and a great range of beers! We can’t fault this place.

Beirut Star @ Paisley Road West

Every so often, you find a place that feels so authentic, so different, with such memorable food that you just HAVE to go and blog about it. Well, at least I do! Self-proclaimed foodie that I am… Beirut Star was a definite trigger for my urge to share this experience. Felix and I went there with a…

1K Followers – Giveaway!

Exciting times at Glasgow Foodelicious HQ, as I’m running a competition to celebrate the milestone of reaching 1K Followers! I started Instagramming as @GlasgowFoodelicious only a few months ago and have been humbled with all your positive engagement and response. The Glasgow foodies community is a very active and vibrant one, and it’s so exciting…

Halloumi

We have visited Halloumi several times, we have been to both venues in Glasgow – City Centre and Southside, and we have taken family and friends with us. That’s how much we love it! The Halloumi restaurants inside have a lovely mediterranean decor, which feels quite relaxing with its blue tones and chic interiors. The…

8 top places to eat in Dennistoun

I moved to Dennistoun in July 2016 from Shawlands, thinking I would miss much of the lovely food scene in the Southside – but glad to say, the east end of the city proved me wrong. Dennistoun has changed much in the past few years, and quickly. The streets of Duke Street, Alexandra Parade and…

Red Onion

Here’s our review for Red Onion, on 257 W Campbell St, Glasgow G2 4TT. This place combines classic Scottish food with some international twists. The menu isn’t too large, but it does seem to have a good range of different meats – duck, chicken, beef, fish, plus a number of veggie options. Inside, the place is big,…

Drygate

The place We’d been in the bar upstairs, renown for having one of the best beer terraces in Glasgow, but this was our first time in the restaurant downstairs. It’s got a great atmosphere with panoramic views to the brewery and nice comfy booths. The walls have some of the designs from the cans which…

Cafe Rogano

A well-known seafood restaurant, Rogano has been established in Glasgow since 1935. For a place that’s been in the city centre for over 70 years, I was looking forward to visiting this place and both of us had high expectations. Sadly, the place didn’t really impress us. The reasons: 1. Mains: What ever happened to…

Cafe Sono, Argyle Street

Visited in August 2017, Cafe Sono can be found under the rail tracks, just past the 4 Corners. It is that area of town that most go out of their way to avoid.  It is also one of our greatest finds.  It is a small place with a few chairs in the back and a sofa….

Côte Brasserie, West Nile Street

Date of visit:mid-weekend of May 23rd, 2018 This restaurant is part of a French brasserie chain. Quoting their website, Côte is “inspired by the brasseries of Paris, championing relaxed all-day dining and serving authentic French classics made from great quality, fresh ingredients.” Did it feel Parisian? I can’t say it did, but what we did…