Artichoke, Middle Road

Hidden from the main street of Middle Road is Artichoke, proudly the least authentic Middle Eastern restaurant in town. It’s absolutely eccentric — from the huge Step Brothers movie poster on one corner to the mishmash of stickers and artwork adorning the walls, it makes you feel like you’re in your cool friend’s room, the cool friend being Chef Bjorn Chen. Chef Bjorn is probably the coolest chef you’ll ever meet — his honest, zany out-there personality rubs on you. After a w

Shawarma King, Bangsar Telawi

Whenever you think of Shawarma, do you think of thick cuts of juicy meats in a wrap, sauces dripping everywhere? Yes? Well, then you’ve got the exact idea of what a Malaysian shawarma is. Yes, Shawarma King serves up Malaysianised shawarma. The real thing back in the Middle East tends to be a bit drier, co-owner Sarah, says. But you gotta give the people what they want. This is one of the few shawarma places outside of downtown KL and of course, it’s located in the bustling h

Favourite Lunch Spots at Glasgow for under £10

I'm always on the look out for the best spots to have lunch in the city especially since I'm often in town for work. Although I'm open to spending money on delicious foods, I try not to spend over £10 every time I'm out for an afternoon meal. So here's a list of my favourite spots to eat lunch in Glasgow, from the cheapest option to the most expensive one. Let's go! 1) Accento Cafe | £5.00 It's not a secret that I love Accento Cafe. It's one of my go-to spots in Finnieston,