The **Now Eating** Thread

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Brunch yesterday at Screen. The weekend special was a stuffed porchetta and fresh herb sandwich with marmite mascarpone, pistachio cream, roast red peppers, rocket and pickled fennel.

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I've always gone to the Six By Nico in Finnieston, but it was booked solid. After days of checking I was finally able to snag a table for the Southside location. Was 4.30pm. The Hollywood theme was really good. I loved how inventive they were with the dishes. There was a free little box of chocolates given when paying the bill. They were really nice too. The Southside location is a little smaller, but very easy to get to, less of a walk than the Finneston one from the train station, so I might consider going back there in the future.
 
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I got a bacon baguette from Greggs this morning. Honestly, after yesterday (as well as the pics above, I also had some cocktails and shots in Revolution) I have no appetite at all today...
 
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does dinner venue need a new dishwasher

since there have been quite a few take-away pictures - refreshing new series on them ~- gogglebox type audience sampling (temporarily relocated) ones from around the country
https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00177gm/britains-top-takeaways-series-1-1-fish-and-chips
as an alternative to batter breaded/tapioca coated, battered lobster tail - not from our chippy
The Simpsons from Cheltenham used to have a place where I live and it was very good to be fair but it closed a few years ago.
 
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I've always gone to the Six By Nico in Finnieston, but it was booked solid. After days of checking I was finally able to snag a table for the Southside location. Was 4.30pm. The Hollywood theme was really good. I loved how inventive they were with the dishes. There was a free little box of chocolates given when paying the bill. They were really nice too. The Southside location is a little smaller, but very easy to get to, less of a walk than the Finneston one from the train station, so I might consider going back there in the future.

Awesome, we're booked in for it at the end of the month.
 
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Oh, sausage meat, flavoured minced pork basically? Not see them served as a fried up breakfast item before. Thought people buy them to make McD's egg muffin sandwiches copies.
The patties you put in muffins are not lorne sausage, they’re just a cheap mass produced shaped sausage patty. Lorne sausage is much tastier, and its always square rather than round. You can buy it in blocks to slice to your desired thickness.
 
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