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10 Sausage and friarielli pizza - Paesano Pizza, Glasgow
Paesano Pizza, Glasgow

Pizza is pizza, right? Bread, sauce, cheese. But not all pizzas are made equal. Paesano has created something truly remarkable in Glasgow. Read our review to find out what makes it so good.

7 The Mustafa, Doner Haus - Glasgow
Doner Haus, Glasgow

There’s undoubtedly a market in Glasgow for the likes of Doner Haus. It might not exactly be an earth-shattering revelation but yes: people are fond of bread and meat. And if you’ve…

6 Gyoza - Nam Tuk Tram Stop, Glasgow
Nam Tuk Tram Stop, Glasgow

Seven. That’s how many businesses have moved in and moved on from this glass-fronted location at the foot of Byres Rd. Cursed? Probably not, but it does raise some questions. Could there…

7 Lebanese Kafte Kebab - Mezzidakia, Glasgow
Mezzidakia, Glasgow

You can’t move in Glasgow these days for ‘babs, breads and baba ghanoush. The latest to offer a taste of the Middle East is Mezzikadia on St Vincent Street. Find out what we thought in our review.

8 Phad Thai, Chicken with Cashews & Green Curry - Thaikhun, Glasgow
Thaikhun, Glasgow

Silverburn makes me feel a bit queasy. It seems that, whatever time of day or night I visit, it’s always rammed solid, resulting in a crushing sense of claustrophobia despite its colossal…

8.7 Babs, Glasgow
Babs, Glasgow

“Kebabs, done right” boasts the blurb. But does the food live up to the marketing? Find out as we review Babs.

8.7 Boneless Chicken - Sholeh, Glasgow
Sholeh, Glasgow

Sholeh has been quietly offering its brand of traditional Persian cuisine in Tradeston for a few years now. Find out if it’s worth crossing the river for in our review.