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Billed as a pub and scullery with a Vic­to­rian look, The Smokin’ Fox has re­placed The Hope on Glas­gow’s Water­loo Street. It looks like a proper, old-school pub and there’s mod­ern pub grub dishes such as Shet­land mus­sels steamed with cider. Mezze is the lat­est in a wave of new Glas­gow res­tau­rants. On Tun­nel Street, by The Hy­dro and SECC, it’s on the top floor of the Ro­tunda and show­cases Mediter­ranean cui­sine with Greek, Cypriot and Turk­ish in­flu­ences. Spe­cial­ties in­clude char-grilled sea bream and kleft­iko lamb shoul­der. If you are look­ing for Mother’s Day ideas, why not take your seafood-lov­ing mum to Cadiz, on Ed­in­burgh’s Ge­orge Street? The menu gives Scot­tish seafood a Span­ish twist. Non-seafood lovers are catered for too, with dishes like roasted breast of chicken with mor­cilla. Mums in Glas­gow could do worse than The West­ern Club tomorrow. Dishes on the Royal Ex­change Square restau­rant’s Mother’s Day menu in­clude smoked sal­mon and cray­fish tails, with quail egg, smoked caviar and lime dress­ing. Save money on din­ing out across Scot­land with 5pm. Read re­views, check out menus and book hun­dreds of restau­rant of­fers for free at

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