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News articles relating to restaurants

Savoy to change hands after 58 years

NEW owners are sought for a licensed cafe in Ayr for the first time in almost 60 years. Located on Sandgate in the town centre,...

Retail move pays off for Cawley

IF you had asked Alan Cawley 25 years ago to predict the direction his business would take, a move into retail may not have...

Weave your way to The Waterside

NEW owners are sought for a bar and restaurant in the South Lanarkshire town of Strathaven. The Waterside, said to be popular with locals and...

Restaurant hosts pizza classes

A GLASGOW restaurant is aiming to give its customers a new pizza the action. Chefs at Trattoria Fanelli’s in Merchant Square are teaching aspiring chefs...

Creative cuts are order of day for top butcher

IF you’ve ever enjoyed a cooked breakfast in a top class Scottish hotel, or feasted on beef in one of the country’s best-quoted restaurants,...

Group positions seasonal offer

KAMA Sutra Restaurant Group launched its festive programme last week – and handed a major incentive to big parties. The group is offering a £100...

New bookings service targets serious diners

Dining Deals aims to bring restaurants long-term benefits, not one-off hits. Scott Wright reports AN online table booking specialist is aiming to help restaurants build...

Cook school aims to curry favour

Ashoka chain set to offer culinary classes at Motherwell College THE husband and wife team behind the Ashoka restaurant chain have launched a new cook...

Chef has designs on new steak

A GLASGOW restaurant has launched a ‘designer’ steak. Inspired by esteemed British luxury handbag manufacturer Mulberry, the Mulberry Steak has been added to the menu...

Hotel underlines health credentials

The Beardmore builds reputation for better for you cuisine after achieving healthyliving award HEALTHY eating is at the very heart of Clydebank's Beardmore Hotel and...