• Food
  • Thaikhun: Review

    Thaikhun, the sister company to Chaophraya, has not long opened its doors in Glasgow’s Silverburn Shopping Centre. In stark contrast to the chic Chaophraya, of which I’m a big fan, Thaikun offers a more laid-back dining experience but with an equally authentic menu. A great deal of effort has gone into making Thaikhun reminiscent of a […]

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  • Bloody Mary

    I’ve arrived late to the Bloody Mary game. Which is strange considering my love of alcohol and my ability to handle a LOT of alcohol during my teens and twenties was very strong. I mean, this is a cocktail you can have without judgement at breakfast for crying out loud. All those breakfasts wasted on coffee and […]

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  • The Lobster Shack

    Andy Murray is pelting a tennis ball in his whites and I have a hankering for Pimms, this surely means its SUMMER! I swear I feel like Buddy the Elf when he discovers “Santa” is coming to Gimbels. So what better way to celebrate the start of the British Scottish summer (we both know these are […]

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  • Fish Fingers Tea Time Special

    As an 80s child there are food quintessential to my childhood regardless of how good it tastes. Findus Crispy Pancakes, McCain Micro Chips and tinned Campbells Meatballs (in onion gravy of course) is what I was raised on. Interspersed by the frequent appearance of Mince & Totties and Lentil Soup. After all it was the 80s. Convenience food […]