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PUMPHOUSE RESTAURANT, Queen's Dock, IOO Stobcross Road, Glasgow. The pumphouse is, in Fact, three bars. The Bombay Club is a good iirst port oicall. Lounge in the opulent replica oi the club oi the same name in Bombay. Enjoy thirties style Indian cuisine. Served by waiters, bearing Stella, in black tie and tails. lior something less imperial, travel to Little Venice, next door. An endearing ristorante where you can dine amongst canvas originals oithe Venetian liniera. In the neighbouring Rusty pelican you can pick your own Fresh

atlantic lobster and crab in the lish a grill conservatory.

Ii it's sunny sit out on the terrace and gaze out into

Glasgow's Docklands. (Stella's great especially when it's pOuring.)



FOUQUETS, 7 RENFIELD ST, GLASGO W. [I you ’re one of the few who hasn’t been to Fouquets, then get a crowd together and go. Below Renfield Street you’ll find a bar with an atmosphere and a mosaic floor- tiled cockerel all of its own. Here you can dine in candle-light in the romantic shadows of a brick-built vault. Slip into a sumptuous leather Chesterfield in the lounge. Or maybe the restaurant is more you. Bet you won’t make it past the huge semi-circular bar, though. Stella’ ' ice cool, as is the DJ who ’.' there every night. Thursday night is night. With fab and groovy music to be danced to, and free dinners-for-two to be won.

()‘HICNRYS. H IHHRT S'l‘. GLASGOW. "Not on holiday? Feeling the hlues‘.’t )‘l lenry‘s is open every Sunday" proelaims the hlaek- hoard as you walk inside. But you deserve ()‘Henry‘s any day. :\t street level it‘s hare floorboards. Newspapers on the bar. Jazz on the hi-li. Forget what happened today. Slump into a wieker ehair and unwind with Stella in this sepia sanetuary. with it‘s preserved ionie pillars and plaster eorniees. Below stairs you ean sit and ehatter at eandle-lit pine kitehen tables and eoil‘ to your heart‘s eontent. 'l‘he stall will lend an understanding ear and they won‘t he at all offended if you haven‘t heard how good their menu is. “int: ask them to show you their seal‘ood.