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Nine reasons why you should never leave Glasgow and move to Edinburgh – Glasgow Live


Glasgow Live

Nine reasons why you should never leave Glasgow and move to Edinburgh
Glasgow Live
You must be sick of all this interesting food popping up all over Glasgow. Street markets, pop-up restaurants, restaurant festivals, what’s with all this international cuisine? I mean, Finnieston has been totally ruined by all the bars and restaurants
The European Championships are on their way to GlasgowHeraldScotland
Edinburgh and Glasgow among top 50 hipster places to live in the worldThe Scotsman
Overseas investors snap up offices in Glasgow’s best yearThe Times

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Ikoyi, London SW1: ‘Challenging, whether you’re from from Nigeria or Nantwich’ – restaurant review – The Guardian


The Guardian

Ikoyi, London SW1: ‘Challenging, whether you’re from from Nigeria or Nantwich’ – restaurant review
The Guardian
It’s one of the nicest things I’ve put in my mouth this year. Ikoyi, six months after opening, is one of the most damning things a restaurant can be: not always delicious, certainly dear, but clearly important. If West-African cuisine is close to your

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Son of Sean Connery’s favourite Edinburgh restaurateur to serve up slice of Italian cuisine – The Courier


The Courier

Son of Sean Connery’s favourite Edinburgh restaurateur to serve up slice of Italian cuisine
The Courier
“My father came over here a long time ago with his whole family and they all set up restaurants in Edinburgh. As far back as I can remember it’s been in the blood. “My father served Sean Connery frequently, there were people like Margaret Thatcher

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Award-winning Cardiff restaurant Oz Urfa reopens after chef wins deportation battle – WalesOnline


WalesOnline

Award-winning Cardiff restaurant Oz Urfa reopens after chef wins deportation battle
WalesOnline
Oz Urfa was a popular restaurant in Cardiff ‘s City Road run by Faruk Yavuzel and his brother and business partner Ferudan. It won the Taste of Wales Best World Cuisine Restaurant award in 2016 but was forced to close the same year after Faruk was

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Aberdeen eateries sign up to take part in city’s first restaurant week – Aberdeen Evening Express


Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen eateries sign up to take part in city’s first restaurant week
Aberdeen Evening Express
More than 25 eateries have signed up for Aberdeen’s first restaurant week to give people a taste of the Granite City. The new project aims to boost customer numbers and showcase the best in Granite City cuisine. Participating restaurants include, Rye

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