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…

Bill’s, West Nile Street

Date of visit: mid-weekend of May 16th, 2018 Bill’s is a chain of restaurants and the one in Glasgow is right in the centre of the city, on West Nile Street. The moment we stepped in we were pleasantly surprised with how nice it is inside. It’s finished with original brickwork and wood panelling –…

Charcoals, Renfield Street

  Date of visit: mid-weekend of May 9th, 2018 A friend of us recommended this place for indian food. He said it didn’t look as much from outside, but that is was nicer inside. Funnily enough, I’d been walking past it every day for 2 years on my way to work and hadn’t ever noticed…

Exploring Glasgow’s food & drink scene

We eat, review and share our experience – Follow us on Instagram! Never let it be said that Glasgow has a limited choice of great places to eat. We’ve been on our mid-weekend journey for a while, and every week – even lately, when we sometimes think we may be running out of options – we…