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This is a wel­come ad­di­tion to the city cen­tre’s din­ing scene, which has re­cently be­come over­run by big chains.

In­nis & Gunn have taken over an en­tire arch to cre­ate a mi­cro-brew­ery and bar, which of­fers 14 draft craft beers, in­clud­ing of In­nis & Gunn Lager served from tanks straight from the brew­ery, along with the brewer’s full range of IPAs and bar­rel-aged beers. This in­vest­ment from In­nis & Gunn shows that Plat­form is here to stay, which is great news for the venue.

The food stall of­fers ev­ery­thing you could want from grilled lamb chops with caramelised red onion pickle from Babu Bom­bay Street Kitchen, to the tasti­est wee burg­ers from Tiny Dancer’s Slider Pantry.

Child and dog-friendly here and they are happy to do smaller por­tions for the wee ones.

There is no chance of catch­ing any rays un­der­neath the Hielan­man’s Um­brella on Ar­gyle Street but then again why go out­side when the food and drink is so good in­side? You pre­fer a linen-clad table and waiters tak­ing your or­der when you dine out.

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