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Monte Cassino

The Monte Cassino Ristorante is a long established Italian Restaurant of the highest quality in central Melrose. The speciality is sea foods and the restaurant has a fantastic rang

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Paperino's popularity amongst Glasgow's Italian community is testimony of the authenticity and quality of its cuisine at two locations across Glasgow.

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No Sixteen

Sixteen, is a cosy, award-winning, family-run restaurant in the West-end of Glasgow. The restaurant objective is to serve excellent local food cooked imaginatively.

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Delicious bistro food at the oldest bar & restaurant in Glasgow

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The food is very much New York inspired with tantalising tapas - you can choose from the likes of Spanish Omelette, Blini and Salmon, Chicken Kebabs or Bruschetta

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Kember and Jones

The menu is influenced by the products sold in the shop and the recipes from their favourite cookbooks. The dishes are inspired by time spent in Europe and North Africa.

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The Butterfly and the Pig

The Butterfly and Pig produce fresh tasty food from carefully selected suppliers in a groovy basement bar.

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November is a Glasgow restaurant that serves contemporary food and stylish cocktails in chic, cosmopolitan surroundings - the place to hang out with the city\'s beautiful people.

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The 13th Note

At the 13th Note a comprehensive menu of vegan & vegetarian is served in the Cafe space

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Old Armoury

Inside the Old Armoury Restaurant the Pre Theatre Suppers and Fine A La Carte dining are enhanced with open log fires and candles to create a relaxed romantic ambience

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