The Tyndrum Inn Restaurant (Tyndrum, Scotland) 2021 : Review

The Visit

V: 28/08/2021

It was coming up to my dads birthday, and I didn’t really know what to get him. I had a few wee gifts but I wanted to do something different for him, so I gave him a Scottish drive to Glencoe and surroundings as he has never been up this far.

The Food

I have never been here but due to many places being super busy and no food left, we opted to stop here and try it out.

Starter :

Spicy Chicken Wings in sweet chilli sauce £6.50

On arrival this looked really nice, and I was very hungry at this point so it was a quick photo and straight to eating.

Oh these were cooked perfectly and had a good wee kick to them. I really liked the flavour and it was a great starter.

Portion size was good and they all had a good amount of meat on them.

My Rating:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Main Course

Black & Blue Burger £12.50
beef burger with Cajun spices, stilton, chips and salad garnish

I have not had a beef burger for a while, normally I opt for chicken but today I decided to go for one.

I like stilton and thought lets try this burger, and I am so glad I did.

On arrival this was a big burger, and again I couldn’t wait to start digging in.

The flavours were really good, and the stilton added a great lovely taste. The burger was perfectly cooked, and had a nice flavour to it.

This was a nice burger and I am glad I choose it today.

My Rating :

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Overall :

I am glad I found here and tried it, as the food was good and its in a nice location. We sat outside so we enjoyed the sun today, and had a good meal and a good day.

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Where :


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My Journey into Malayalam Music

This year I have met many more people from Kerala, so I thought its about time I check out some Malayalam music.

This is a new area for me, so I am sure there will be a part 2 soon.

Here are some of my new fav Malayalam songs.

POONKODIYE Song ft Sid Sriram

Raapattu Paadum

Thumbi Penne

Iruvazhiye

Sara’s | Nenjame Nenjame

Home Again

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The Railbridge Bistro (Queensferry, Edinburgh) 2021 : Review

The Visit

Visit : 29/08/2021

After a wee day trip to Dundee we opted to come here for a late dinner, as my parents and my best friends parents have been here many times.

On arrival we asked for a table for 3 but were told they didn’t have any food left apart from fish and chips as they have had a MEGA busy day, we all said that’s fine and shown to our table.

The Food

Haddock and Chips £14.95

On arrival this looked really nice, and my mouth started to water as I was now very hungry.

It was time to dig in.

This was really nice, no bones, perfectly cooked, lovely crisp batter and a great flavour.

Every bite was really nice, even with a little tarter mmmm this was so good.

Again like my lunch in Dundee this was a great meal, again with lots of laughs and chat.

My Rating:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Overall :

If you have never been here I highly recommend it, the views from here of the bridges are amazing in daylight and at night.

The restaurant looked really nice inside and outside, and I will be back to try more food as I was very relaxed and enjoyed my meal very much.

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Where :


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