I ToTo’s 40 High Street, 552 2135. One ofthe most innovative eating experiences in Glasgow is this fresh- pasta bar housed in the former Barbizon art gallery. The novel idea of doing away with waiting staff means that you give your order direct to the chef who will then conjure up the kind of delicious pasta dishes that Pavarotti would die for. With six different types of pasta and fresh sauces to bamboozle your tastebuds with. a massive double bowl costing only £5.75 and wine at £1 a glass, this is an ideal haunt for any pasta-aficionado. Note that opening hours are limited to Fridays and Saturdays from midday to midnight.

l Tron Theatre Bar 38 Pamie Street. 552 8587. You‘re spoilt for choice with two atmospheric cafe/bars under one roof in this friendly establishment. An exciting and varied cuisine is on offer, from the Sicilian polpetti di came to the exotic mussels Lyonnese and vegetable sate, with all main dishes coming in good—value large or small portions. The Sunday brunch is fast becoming an institution; a free cup of tea or coffee accompanies the numerous international breakfasts: traditional Scottish, Mexican, French and healthy Creek are all represented. Watch out for the forthcoming tapas menu.

I Vegville Diner 97 St George’s Road. Charing Cross. 331 2220. One of the impressive but small number of Glasgow‘s vegetarian/vegan restaurants that is attracting a clientele of students and office—workers drawn by the healthy eating. friendly atmosphere and bargain prices. Choose from a veritable

A—Z of tempting dishes such as: haggis. neeps and tatties; nachos and salsa; pasta or Vegville’s own renowned carrot and courgette loaf. With a mega-brunch on Sundays and a bring-your-own-bottle policy, people are soon going to be fighting for space in one of their perfectly private blue booths.

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