Restaurants, Bars and Cafes
A statement talks about having to having to “safeguard and protect” the venue.
The new owner came to the UK with just £200 in his pocket and slept rough for ten days before he found refuge in a shelter.
His first restaurant 111 By Nico on Cleveden Road in the West End of Glasgow opened in 2015.
It will offer a menu influenced by the cooking of South East Asia, accommodating 120 covers with a separate bar area.
Bibimbap West is inspired by hearty food culture of Seoul and introduces BibimBBQ – a grill-it-yourself dining experience.
Consumers simply download the free Too Good To Go app and search for nearby restaurants and retailers with leftover food.
Inspired by the whimsical world of Alice in Wonderland, The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party themed menu will recall childhood tales with a colourful feast, fine dining style.
The owner of Eusebi Deli in the city’s West Ends wants to encourage more Scots to make their own pasta from scratch.
The evolving menu will be served alongside a small but very fine list of wines and artisan cocktails. Prices will range from £5-£11 per plate.
Nico’s empire has grown at a pace in recent years after the success of his first restaurant 111 by Nico on Cleveden Road.