Enough savagery. The Chablis was excellent, as was the service. In fact Glasgow sets a high standard for service in the UK, from King Tut's to the Cathedral front of house was professional to the core.
Good pizza and a homely atmosphere on a slow Monday afternoon - Sacro Cuore almost rivals Bufala di Londra for pizza in this neck of the woods.
An excellent culinary farewell to Glasgow where I failed to have a bad or even mediocre experience all the time I was stayed.
Pizza so good it nearly made me cry.
Owing to the travails of a 5 hour train journey followed by pre-conference socialising my exact recollection of Café Andaluz is rather vague. My chief recollection is of a lot of food for your investment (set menu of six dishes for £16 quid or so a head) and decent wine. I can't remember the service so it must have been fine.