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Cheers.

The Waverley was just round the corner from Reidhaven Street so fine and handy.

What were you doing there?

Mabel lived down the Seatown.

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Kildrummy Inn, highly recommended.

Oregano on Leith Walk is also very good.

Fine fish place in leith I went to after graduation.

near kinking Anderson.

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I had an amazing brunch in Berlin, can't remember the name of the place.

Did it take your breath away??

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La Garrigue in Edinburgh is good. (its worth noting the toilet flush was broken the time I was there, but as I was half cut I didnt mind too much - I even had a go at fixing it for them!)

 

Hotel Du Vin in Glasgow is good.

Also like Gamba, Red Onion, Esca and City Merchant in Glasgow.

Glasgow has loads of cracking places, naturally.

 

Wouldnt know what city centre Indian restaurant to specially recommend these days. I liked the Tiffin Rooms, but its now called Akbars and havent been to that. I liked the old school Indians restaurants which are mostly all gone now.

@@Clydeside_Sheep

 

Have you tried the dhabba in merchant city? Always good

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Last summer I went to the Chinese which Trip Advisor advised was the best in Glasgow.

 

T'was very good. Spoilt for choice in the Weege.

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What were you doing there?

Mabel lived down the Seatown.

Stayed at Seatown for loads of holidays then the owner died and we found a place on Reidhaven Street.

A bit of a hike to Mabel but she needed a fit loon.

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Stayed at Seatown for loads of holidays then the owner died and we found a place on Reidhaven Street.

A bit of a hike to Mabel but she needed a fit loon.

I thought you had a caravan next to @@wullfo 's mum's old one.

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she needed a fit loon.

Just pass on the details whenever you can

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I thought you had a caravan next to @@wullfo 's mum's old one.

Only time I stayed in a caravan was with some holidaymakers - one liked Cullen so much he moved there and

married a Cullen lass - Jim King.

Stayed in a house across from Pat Geddes, as strange as him and his wife were, I got on great with them.

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Just pass on the details whenever you can

I'm guessing she is no more.

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Only time I stayed in a caravan was with some holidaymakers - one liked Cullen so much he moved there and

married a Cullen lass - Jim King.

 

Just shows what a strange place it must be when there's women called Jim.

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Just shows what a strange place it must be when there's women called Jim.

I really should have made it clearer :-)

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Only time I stayed in a caravan was with some holidaymakers - one liked Cullen so much he moved there and

married a Cullen lass - Jim King.

Stayed in a house across from Pat Geddes, as strange as him and his wife were, I got on great with them.

Juan King would be a better description of your caravan experience.

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The Indian in Ballater is supposed to be really good. Bit far to go for a curry though when we've plenty decent ones in Aberdeen.

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The trouble with Glasgow is that it's full of weegies

Anything's better than a place being full of Aberdonians.

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Anyone been to the fennel in inverurie?

Owned by a guy I went to primary school.with.

 

Pretentious shite.

 

Well, nae shite exatly, but nothing special.

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I haven't actually - but will be sure to now, on your recommendation! Thanks man!

I hope it doesn't disappoint!

 

It's sister place - dhakin - is also meant to be good.

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Fife Arms for lunch today.

 

Cullen Bay Calamari followed by a 21 ounce rib steak.

 

Amazing.

 

Fair sized steak. How was it cooked? Any sauce?

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