FOOD &. DRINK
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can spot which Glasgow joint, I'm working ' at you could win yourself two tickets for a k _
a day out of your choice, courtesy of J Nat 1&8. A day Winch Launch Gliding or ‘ a a
Karting are just two of the prizes
It's week two of our competition and if you
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from a list of over 30 for you to choose from. The clues are in the copy, just read on....
The place was packed as my shift took off and l was serving 1&8 and cola's, long over ice of course, to some very interesting people. They were as colourful and up-mixed as the decor. What else would you expect from 1&8 drinkers?
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I'm sure the original Spanish architect who influenced the design of this place would’ve been proud to see his way out work replicated in a bar.
The fish tank in the wall was a nice touch and gave a calming influence to an otherwise buzzing joint. It would've been nice to have sat down and watched them but some of the guy's dragged me off to a club. No rest for the wicked.
To enter our competition just send in your name and address on a postcard to
The List, (Issue 2), 22 Endell St, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9AD.
The first correct entry drawn after the closing date of 17 November will win an 'experience' voucher for two people. There is no cash alternative. Employees of 1&8 and any related companies are not eligible to enter. Entrants must be over 18.
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SHORTLISTED FOR THE SCOTTISH RESTAURANT CHEF OF THEYEAR DRAMBUIE SCOTTISH CHEF AWARDS I999
Festive menu available from 3rd December priced “8.95 per person.
Exclusive use of restaurant to parties of more than 24 by arrangement.
118 THE IJST 4—18 Nov 1999
10a-12a Broughton Street. 557 0097.
Restaurant quality food at pub-grub prices, served 'til 10pm in lively, colourful surroundings.
15 Charlotte Lane, Edinburgh
Open 7 days a week for pasta parties. Bookings taken for parties of six or more. (Next door to Indigo yard).
88 Lothian Road}
229 5932- FILMHOUSE Relaxed,
cafe bar, serving great value snacks, salads, specials and brilliant cappuccinos
- 10am till late.
Sun 12-5pm. Excellent vegetarian coffee house serving really tasty food.
15 Blackfriars St. 557 5888 A relaxed Old Town coffee shop selling light meals with organic hot drinks and juices.
240 Canongate. 557 4416. ﬂu Mexican-born owner Mayra Nunez says ’If you're going to eat Mexican, then don't be bland.’ Lunch until 5pm, dinner until 11pm.
24 Deanhaugh Street,
332 4476. Cosmopolitan cuisine with daily set price dinner menus from £12.50 (booking advisable), light lunches, coffees, beers and wines.
Art Lover’s Café
Bellahouston Park. 353 4779
Fine Food and wine in stylish
parkland setting. Open 7 days
and most evenings.
129 Bath St
A fusion of contemporary cuisine and the best local produce. Two restauratnts & Jﬂnese tegpanyaki grill Brel bar: restaurant
39 Ashton Lane. , 342 4966.
(draft Leffe and Hoegaarden);
fine wines; rustic food; cool music; relaxed atmosphere.
58 Virginia Street, J .. Glasgow, 553 2553. - Pizzas, Pastas,Salads, L vim" Sandwiches, Snacks.
Licensed until midnight,
seven days. Relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
67 Bridge Street,
Glasgow, G5 918
Authentic Greek cuisine. Lunch, pre-theatre set-dinners. Greek night every Friday. Expect to be impressed.
158a Bath Street. 331 2257. 0 Much acclaimed
stylish bar — a unique blend of modern brasserie cooking in an intimate setting.
151—155 Bath St
Mon-Sat, 12-2, Sun 6pm—12. Fine food served Mon—Sat, 12—8pm. 015 every night, (except Mondays). 2 for 1 drinks, Tuesday. Half price cocktails, Wednesday. £1.50 all drinks, Sunday.
The 13th Note
Bar/cafe/venue with a totally vegan menu ofwholesome food within a
The Ubiquitous Chip
12 Ashton Lane. ‘ .
334 5007. Ubiqvilw/ (Mp One of Glasgow's ° ‘ ' ' ' "— finest restaurants serving modern Scottish fayre.
Tron Bar and Restaurant Chisholm St.
style bar and newly- refurbished restaurant, mum serving excellent cuisine W
and wine in comfortable, M— relaxed surroundings.
Open till midnight.
To advertise on these pages call Abi on 0131 558 1191 or Jane 0141 332 9929
7 Old Fishmarket Close Edinburgh Lunch and Dinner Monday to Thursday.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday open all day
0131 225 5428