Lebowskis (Glasgow, West End) Brunch : Review

1008 Argyle Street
Glasgow G3 8LX

V: 27th August 2017      T: (0141) 564 7988    W: www.lebowskis.co.uk

Child Friendly: Yes      Accepts: Cash & Card


I am never really in this area of Glasgow, mostly drive through it but today I was going for brunch.

I had heard many good reviews about Lebowskis from either the atmosphere, the drinks, events etc so I was looking forward to trying here.

Today was a nice day so I opted to sit outside and enjoy the sun.

The Food :

This was part of an Itison deal so it was 2 Bunches with prosecco for £19, this is really good its basically 50% off

Full Breakfast £n/a (normally £15)
The full breakfast



What can I say? this was very filling, you had loads here to eat and everything was cooked perfectly.

For me and its a personal thing, I like my bacon a little more crispy but I didn’t ask for it this was as wanted to see how they do it.

I really enjoyed this and would have this again, but I did spot they did pancakes bacon and maple syrup as another option so hmmmm it could be that if I get this voucher again.

Portion Size : 5
Value for Money :  5
Flavour : 5
Presentation : 5

Overall :

Today was a nice day, I enjoyed sipping on my Prosecco and having my big breakfast under the sun.

I have zero complaints about today’s visit, the food and service was very good and for value for money with the voucher it was very very good.

Would I go back? Yes with and without the voucher as its still good value but more so with the voucher.

Review Scores – 

  • Atmosphere : 4
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu : 5
  • Service : 5
  • The portion sizes & taste : 5
  • Value for money: n/a voucher
  • Overall : 5

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The Pub (Bucharest, Romania) : Review

Bulevardul Regina Elisabeta 9
București, Romani

V: 7th September 2017      T:  0728 843 782  W: www.thepubro.com

Child Friendly: No (As a pub)     Accepts: Cash & Card


One of the things I wanted to do on this visit, was to visit The Pub as you could sit at your table and pour your own beer. I have never done this before, so I thought this is very cool and I NEED to do this.

I didn’t realise this visit would also be to eat, as in my head it was only for a drink but when we arrived here we were both very hungry.

On entering its a very cool looking place, very student style but also had a nice relaxing look and feel to it.

Not all tables have the self service beer, just the ones in the middle or the restaurant. Sitting down I took a look at the device on the table, then the waitress came over and explained how it worked. She was very helpful and very friendly, and best of all for me she spoke English.

I didn’t really know what to order, but I thought I wouldn’t go for a burger as that’s always my safe option I would try something different and see how that is.

I opted for the Ribs that came with mashed potato and a sauce, unfortunately as I was to obsessed with the pulling my own beer I forgot to take note of how much this was.

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The ribs were nice, not the best I have tasted but nice and the side sauce what ever it was worked amazing with it.

If your interested in the beer pulling part, check out my VLOG Part 1 of Bucharest features this VIEW HERE

Overall I would go back as I loved pulling my own beer, and it was very reasonably priced and good beer.

Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 4
Presentation : 3.5

Overall

I enjoyed my visit here very much, I loved the feel and atmosphere plus I really loved that I could pour my own beer.

If I return to Bucharest again, I will need to go back to have more beer 🙂

Review Scores – 

  • Atmosphere : 4
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu : 5
  • Service : 5
  • The portion sizes & taste : 4
  • Value for money: 5
  • Overall : 4.5

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Innis & Gunn Beer Kitchen (West End, Glasgow) : Review

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46 Ashton Lane
Glasgow G12 8SJ

V: 19th August 2017      T: (0141) 334 6688    W: www,thebeerkitchen.co.uk

Child Friendly: No      Accepts: Cash & Card


I am more and more exploring the Glasgows West End, and recently Ashton Lane more. I have been in Innes & Gunn once for a beer, so I thought why not pop in and try some food.

Inside has a nice modern look, to one side you have an eating area and the other side a drinks area.

 

The Food :

Today I decided to try two dishes, these were small ones.

Nachos £4.50


Can you really go wrong with Nachos? sometimes, mostly due to not enough of the cheese or sauce etc

This was very nice and for the cost a perfect portion size, the flavours were good and it was very tasty.

Portion Size : 5
Value for Money :  5
Flavour : 4
Presentation : 5

Popcorn Mussels £4.50

Innis & Gunn Beer Kitchen : Popcorn Mussels
So this sounded very interesting, as I have had popcorn chicken which is great but mussels? I asked the waitress about this and she recommended it so I gave it a shot.

It was nice, not amazing. If you like mussels think of that texture but slightly rougher (due to the light coating of batter) and you have popcorn mussels.

This was a very good portion size!!!

Portion Size : 5
Value for Money :  N/A
Flavour : 4
Presentation : 5

Overall :

Overall my return visit to try food was good, the food was nice and really good value for money.

Would I come back here for food? well that really depends, its not a place you would go for a nice meal out. Its the place where if your wanting to get some drinks and snack food, then this is that place.

I will return as they had a few beers I would like to try.

Review Scores – 

  • Atmosphere : 4
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu : 4
  • Service : 4.5
  • The portion sizes & taste : 5
  • Value for money: 5
  • Overall : 4.5

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