I’m a self-confessed cheese fiend with a particular soft spot for halloumi (who am I kidding? I have a particular soft spot for ALL CHEESE) so when I heard about a new restaurant with the same name, I was dying to go. Continue reading “Halloumi”
Other restaurants, take note: THIS is how to cater for gluten-free diners.
My first visit to Red Onion was actually in a work capacity. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie ate there while Brad was filming World War Z in Glasgow, so I was despatched to find out what they ate (fish and chips), what they were like (very pleasant) and how they smelled (not really).
I ate there a few times after that, and was always pretty impressed by the good food and friendly, laid-back atmosphere.
I’m going to be honest here – I’m a little disappointed by Di Maggio’s gluten-free offering.
I mean, I LOVE Di Maggio’s. Who doesn’t? Anyone? Exactly.
I’m really quite upset that I no longer live within delivery distance of any of their restaurants.
But I digress.
I heard about Burger Meats Bun before it opened, thanks to my burger-mad pal House of Herby.
I wasn’t quite as quick off the mark as her, but when I did make it in, it was love at first bite (sorry… I hate myself a little bit for writing that). Number Three and I were actually embarrassed at how enthusiastically we raved to the staff – although they didn’t seem to mind.
Last week, I was invited to a preview evening for wagamama’s autumn/winter 2013 menu.
Now, when I think wagamama, I think noodles. And when I think noodles, I think gluten. So I thought it would be a perfect guinea pig for the Gluten-Free Wonderland. Would I feel left out, or would I leave feeling full and fulfilled?