Sidellislies News to nibble on . . .
I A CANADIAN FOOD festival WI” run in Edinburgh until 26 October. Tied to a new exhibit at the Museum of Scotland - ‘Trailblazers: Scots in Canada' - the event will be marked by speCial menus at partiCipating restaurants such as La Bagatelle (whose menu Will highlight Ouebecois cuisine). Daniel's Bistro. Fishers. Hendersons. La Garrigue and Martins. Organiser Brian Hannan. of the Cookery School in Glasgow. says: ‘Scottish chefs — many of whom have French
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I COLIN BARR’S NEXT venture should open in November on the third floor terrace of the Princes Square shopping gallery in Glasgow. Called Salty Dog, it promises to specialise in the slightly unusual combination of cocktails and seafood. On Sauchiehall Street, a new bar called the Glasgow Pub Company has opened where the old Blob Shop once traded.
I MONO CAFE/BAR AND restaurant - the c0untry's only fully vegan venue in Glasgow - is celebrating World Vegan Day on Saturday 1 November by slicing its menu prices in half. That means you can get sweet pepper and courgette potato cakes and salad Or wontons filled with smoked tofu and apricot jam for as little as £1.75 — or a Thai Curry with basmati rice for £3.25. Drinks Ordered with food will be reduced as well. Mono founder Craig Tannock says: ‘We th0ught WOrId Vegan Day w0uld be a great opponunity to encowage more people to come along and give it a go.” Mono is located in Kings Court.
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Bottle orgonic wine £6 (with food) Drought becks Ll .SO/pint (with food) Noon till lom (food till lOpm
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Mono, kings court, king street, glosgow, tel. 0141 553 2400
Fine dining5pm at a fraction of the price
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