We are always on the lookout for restaurants that are child-friendly without compromising on grown-up ambience or the quality of the food. In our neck of the woods they are few and far between, without trekking to St Andrews or settling for fish and chips every time we want to go out for tea. Well, it turns out there was one on our doorstep all along and I didn’t even know. Don’t you just love it when you find a hidden gem?
It’s coconuts all the way for Wojciech Ojdana, head chef at The Meadowpark Pub & Kitchen in Stirling, as Caroline Lindsay discovers.
While you’re going about your normal weekend business tomorrow, the University of Dundee Choir will be more than 3,000 miles away in New York for a very special event.
It is hard to believe that it was in 2007 that the cycle sportive, the Etape Caledonia, first debuted under a cloud of controversy. It was, at that time, the first and only closed-road cycle event in the UK and that fact meant that it caused equal amounts of consternation and celebration amongst people living in the route’s vicinity.
Today’s column finds me raving about another of Scotland’s amazing products. Now, if you’re an avid reader of my columns you’ll be used to me going on about how good our natural larder is.
Scottish Thistle Award Regional Ambassador, Wendy Barrie is founder of the Scottish Food Guide
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