What to do: Prague

I was going mostly for the bone church. I mean the flights were cheap. There was the promise of cake that was the love child of churros and those overstuffed crepes I’d so enjoyed in Japan.  Prague seemed like a…

What to do: Bristol

Voted the best city in the UK to live Bristol has the feel of a much bigger city with a distinctly village quality.  I mean it’s beautiful, no duh but also manages to tick all the boxes for any city…

What to do: Warsaw

The rumors are indeed true. Warsaw is all about the beer budget, Champagne lifestyle. It’s cheap. Like almost offensively so. You can expect flights from Glasgow for £35 return, and 4 nights in a (very nice) hostel for pretty much…

Bee Waits Travels: Eat Japan

I’m convinced it’s nigh impossible to have a bad meal in Japan. And while I may be looking back on my time there with some heavily rose-tinted glasses, the food there is the one thing I remember pretty clearly. Somethings…

A return to hotel dining with Malmaison

Hotel dining can often get the short shrift. Especially when you’re in a city like Glasgow that has a near constant rotation of new restaurant openings.  And I get it. Outside of The Big Smoke, if you’ve not got a…

Rhubarb and Strawberry Margaritas

Does anything say Summer more than a margarita? I mean, other than being one of the all time classics (and perfect for lazy Summer days with friends) I can think of few cocktails that perfectly manage to tread the fine…

Hungry? Let’s Try Ardnamurchan Glasgow

Ardnamurchan seems to have missed the Great 2017 Glasgow restaurant hype train, but that doesn’t mean this unassuming newbie based in the heart of the cities theatre land shouldn’t be at least somewhere on your foodie bucket list this year.…

Time to Try Chaophraya

It’s all very big. Which shouldn’t come as much surprise. Popular Thai chain Chaophraya cater in creating dramatic destination dining across Europe and the former Royal Academy of Music and Drama has been their home since they came to Glasgow.…

The Great British Chippie with Six By Nico

I don’t think I’ve seen my news feed so excited about a restaurant launch, since, well, ever. But then, a restaurant that changes every six weeks with menus inspired by places and memories? Who can blame them? Six By Nico…