The first time I ate at a Smashburger was at Newark airport. Our flight was delayed and everyone was tired, cranky and hungry. At the time, I probably would have told you that the burger I was biting into was one of the best I’d ever eaten. That was many years ago. That airport Smashburger […]Read More A tale of two patties – Smashburger, Glasgow
Back on August 2nd 2014, I had my first bite of the now infamous ‘Top Dog’ burger by El Perro Negro. I said in my review back then that it was the best burger in Glasgow – and I haven’t eaten it again since. So many great burgers have popped up in Glasgow since August […]Read More Revisiting The Top Dog: Is El Perro Negro’s Masterpiece Still Glasgow’s Best Burger?
Tucked away behind Sauchiehall street, the Singl-end is the definition of neighbourhood café. Unassumingly tucked away down a staircase and hidden amongst endless blocks of beautiful-looking flats, my first visit to the café almost felt like discovering a secret – somewhere I wasn’t supposed to know about. The Singl-end; after briefly closing its doors for […]Read More Veggie Burger – The Singl-end, Glasgow
I have a confession to make: I had never been to McPhabbs before prior to this review. There’s no reason why it’s taken me so long to finally visit. I just hadn’t ever gotten around to it and there were usually other places that would leapfrog it on my list of places to try whenever […]Read More Cheeseburger / Soft Shell Crab Burger – McPhabbs, Glasgow
A vegan burger at a place called ‘Steak, Cattle & Roll’…how good could it really be? The name of the restaurant alone doesn’t exactly scream ‘COME IN!’ to people who don’t eat meat. You’d be forgiven for thinking that, in a place like this, a veggie burger would be an afterthought on the menu. A […]Read More Vegan Burger – Steak, Cattle & Roll, Glasgow
The Glasgow Film Festival is almost here! The annual event is one of our favourite things to do in Glasgow (second to eating burgers, of course!) and most of the films during the festival are shown either at the Glasgow Film Theatre or Cineworld. That’s good news if you like your food as much as […]Read More 11 burgers to try during the Glasgow Film Festival
As one of Glasgow most-loved gig venues and friendly bars, the Captain’s Rest has been sorely missed by many since it’s closure; however, the team behind the bar have returned with it’s successor – Broadcast, located on the busy Sauchiehall street – they’ve even kept the long-running ‘Captain’s Quiz Night’ going, that was popular among […]Read More The Big Mackie Burger / The Smokey Juan – Broadcast, Glasgow