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ingredients. The reigning champion is the Big Franco, named after Francesca and Alessandra’s dad, featuring chicken Milanese. For December, they’ve switched up the recipe, offering four different options, inspired by European Christmas markets or popular flavour combinations like gorgonzola cheese and mushrooms. They are also running an advent calendar giveaway on their Instagram page.
AN essential snapshot of the city’s food scene, here’s our countdown of the most-talkedabout, must-visit restaurants in Glasgow right now.
The chart to the right is ranked according to one important, ever-fluctuating quality: Who has the most buzz? We consider them the most interesting places to eat right now. You should too.
Featuring new openings, old favourites, rising star chefs, emerging food trends, seasonal ingredients or new found popularity, we’ll update you each week. Look out for new entries.
New restaurant Gloriosa, founding by former Achemilla chef Rosie Healey, which has just opened on Argyle Street, has come out on at number of the first week’s list, followed by Ox and Finch and Julie’s Kopitiam.