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Cowgate, Glasgow, Scotland G66 1AB
This is a wee gem of a museum. It is right in the centre of Kirkintilloch, and although it is small has lots of interesting exhibits on topics such as the Lion Foundry. There is also a very good small shop, with lots of well-priced tempting goodies.
93-99 Cowgate,, Kirkintillock, Glasgow, Scotland G66 1JD
There are not many places to eat out in any kind of style at all in Kirkintilloch, and this is definitely the best of a bad bunch.Lunches are good and very well priced. The staff are efficient and courteous. The decor is typical, but none the worse for that. It is right in the centre, but being upstairs keeps it a bit apart from the heaving maelstrom that is Kirkie.
Xscape, Braehead, Glasgow, Scotland G51 4BN
This is a real bonus, for those of us who don’t want to go to Linwood just to see a film. The cinema is fine, one of those which is an experience in itself, and the location in Xscape means there is also the option to shop, be active, or go for a meal, all in one handy package. It is particularly good as somewhere to meet up with friends or family.
Kenmure Avenue, Glasgow, Scotland G64 2DW
This is a venue which could be used a lot more than it currently is. The area could do with a lot more happening here, as it seems to be mostly the local film society and one-off events. This is a shame, as it is well positioned and could have a lovely atmosphere.
177 Kirkintilloch Road, Glasgow, Scotland G64 2LS
This is a busy pub, styled in a way that reminds me of a lot of the big chains in town. It is popular, and does a decent job of churning out pints, cheap wine and basic pub grub. It is very spacious, so you don’t feel us crowded as you can in some of these places.
9 millersneuk shopping centre, Glasgow, Scotland G66
Lenzie isn’t exactly full of choices, but this is certainly one of the better ones. It is handy for both bus and train. The place itself is quite a rarity for this part of the world, neither downmarket or upmarket, but solidly in the middle, with pleasant staff and a good atmosphere. Only drawback is it can be popular with local schoolies.
607 Pollokshaws Road, Shawlands, Glasgow, Scotland G41 2QB
This is a really interesting place. It has a quirky East meets West menu, and a bit of attitude about it. It is in a rather shabby bit of Pollokshaws Road, and would be easy to miss, but once inside the personable staff and the good value food should win it many fans.
Not to mention the Rushdie stools!
pollokshaws rd, Glasgow, Scotland G41 2ET
The Granary is now very far away from its glory days, when it was a real Southside landmark. Now it is distinctly average, with an uncared for feel. The constant Tv blare is a nuisance. Staff are friendly, but too casual. The food is ok, but not outstanding. Getting served when it is busy is a nightmare.
Constitution Quay, Edinburgh, Scotland EH6 6SL
This is currently one of the best restaurants in the UK. It has a great mix of professionalism and informality, and the food is excellent. There is an open plan kitchen, and a good relaxed feel to the place. The set price lunch is a bargain, but watch out for a glass of pudding wine, as that can cost as much as the rest of your meal if you aren’t careful.
ayr road, Giffnock, Glasgow, Scotland G77 6DX
This is a newish addition to the many hairdressers in the area, and overall not a bad one. Staff are generally friendly and professional, although the guy in charge can be a little overpowering. There are TVs to watch while you are getting your hair done, as well as a good range of mags and papers to read.