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Lunch at The Ladyburn

by on 10 August 2021 0
A new centrepiece for Seedhill, our editor takes a trip to a bistro with both style and substance.  When people talk about the ongoing re-energising of Paisley as a hotbed of culture and cuisine, there’s a tendency to point to the town’s main thoroughfares as the places where the boat is being resoundingly pushed... Read More

Bianco e Nero lunch review

by on 10 February 2021 0
After first visiting years ago, our editor Robert Blair was delighted to find out that Bianco e Nero has only gone from strength to strength.  Since opening it doors as the town’s regeneration was kicking into high gear, Bianco e Nero quickly asserted itself as one of the finest lunchtime eateries that Paisley has... Read More

Johnstone Coffee Co lunch review

by on 1 November 2020 0
With enthusiasm and expertise to spare, Robert and Paul are left bowled over by their lunch trip to Johnstone Coffee Co. When you think about what takes a locale and transforms it into an institution, there’s a persisting idea that tenure is the guiding principle. Yet for every rule, there are exceptions to justify... Read More

Lunch at Bernie’s Café Deli

by on 1 November 2019 0
Although our Paisley-born editor had only been to Bridge of Weir once before, his visit to Bernie’s has given him plenty of reason to return.  Some places go beyond just catering to the local community and become a pillar of it. Rather than reducing the café experience down to its transactional nature, these eateries... Read More

Lunch at Taste Buds

by on 1 September 2019 0
If you’re in the market for friendly ambiance and a hearty lunch, Paisley’s Taste Buds is for you. Editor Robert Blair pays a visit.  Situated on Lawn Street, Taste Buds is a true gem of a café. Embedded into the fabric of their community, their exuberant staff have gone above and beyond to get... Read More

Dinner at The Fox & Hounds

by on 1 September 2019 0
A sumptuous trade-off between the traditional and the contemporary, Suzanne Oswald found plenty to rave about at this multi-faceted Houston establishment. Walking into this idyllic country pub is like visiting an old friend; there’s a warmth and familiarity to its traditional decor that is immediately comforting, particularly when seeking refuge from the wet and... Read More

Lunch at The Farm at No. 12

by on 1 March 2019 0
Our famished editor treats himself to a mouth-watering spot of lunch at this converted farmhouse oasis. I’ll stick my neck out and wager that The Farm at No. 12 is the only café in Renfrewshire with an adorable menagerie of alpacas, micro-pigs and mini-ponies as neighbours. Just a short drive from the centre of Paisley,... Read More