CAFE/RESTAURANT/BAR/VENUE ’/2 PRICE
FAJlTAS e Enormous MON - FRI 5pm-7pm
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93-5 HYNDLAND STREET TEL 041-357 5825
Fresh Pasta Barl!
Medium Bowl £3.95 Double Bowl £5.75 Wine £1 per glass
Beer from £1.25 a pint
40 HIGH STREET, GLASGOW 041-552 2135
the vegetarian cafe
Mon - closed Tue-Fri - 11am-9pm Sat - 10am-9pm Sun - 11am-9pm 10% Student discount Tuesday - Thursday
All food is dairy and egg free.
403 Great Western Rd, Kelvinbridge, Glasgow Tel: 041 334 5898
THE FIRE STATION . 33 INGRAM STREET GLASGOW GI IHA TELEPHONE 041 552 2929
0 workers’ co-operative
With most main pizza and pasta dishes at around £4 a head and a generous courier-service to the off-licence in operation until they renew their licence. the alarm bells should be telling you to visit here pronto.
I Junkanoo 11 Hope Street, 248 7102. Proprietors Dem'Ck and Mario aim to introduce the customer to ‘an incredible Mediterranean eating experience‘ that will knock your socks off. The three course £4.95 lunch special means feasting upon such tapas delights as chargrilled free-range pork kebab marinated in herbs and spices or mushrooms in olive oil and garlic. Your taste of Mexico continues with main dishes such as black bean chilli tortilla or squid and octopus from the seafood
section. Washed down by a glass of fruity sangria. it can‘t be beaten.
I lllco’s 375—379 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5736. Established Glaswegian place to be seen sipping your frothy cappuccino or tucking into a warm oven-fresh croissant. Again the emphasis in this swish cafe/bar is on quality. home-baked produce — from the mouthwatering baguettes to the rich cholesterol-busting chocolate cake. A new two course lunch menu for under £2 means the choice of a steaming bowl of soup plus croissant or baguette ﬁlled to bursting with such goodies as cheese, ham or tuna. If you still have room there‘s the £1 coffee and cake special operating between 2.30—5pm.
80 The List 1 l—24 March 1994