Stack & Still (Glasgow) : Review

Stack & Still
100 West George Street
Glasgow City Centre
G2 1PJ

V: 7th July 2019. T: 0141 471 0417. W:

I had wanted to visit here for a long time, but any time I passed the wait for a table was always outside the door, today I visited and managed to get a seat woohoo

Looking Around

Looking around the decor was very nice, it looked very similar to the style of the previous restaurant with a few subtle changes.

The Food…

Now this is what I was here to try, the pancakes


Pulled pork & chorizo stack £9.5
Buttermilk Stack • Lime & Chipotle Marinated Pulled Pork • Chorizo, Crispy Onion • Smoked Mozzarella • BBQ Glaze • Coriander

Firstly the presentation this looked very nice, and it smelled even nicer.

This was really really good, the flavours worked perfect and even the pancakes were nice with all this. I was very worried that all of these toppings etc wouldnt work with pancakes, but I was proven so so wrong.

I would highly recommend this and 100% would have this again

Presentation : 5
Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Value for Money : 5


Smoothie : Strawberry & Bananna £4.50
With Soya Milk, Purple Carrot Concentrate & Chia Seeds

I wanted to try something different as I always order Diet Coke, so I opted for a smoothie.

This sounded nice, and I took a chance.

On arrival this looked really good, and taste was just as nice.

Presentation : 5
Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Value for Money : 5


I am very impressed with my first visit to Stack & Still, and this wont be my last.

I enjoyed everything I ordered tonight, and will be returning.

My biggest tip for here is only order the main, unless your SUPER hungry and feel like a side as you are mega mega full with just a main.

Review Scores –

  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 5
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 5

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Additional Details

  • Child Friendly : Yes (well behaved kids)
  • Payment : Cash & Card
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12 Doispe (Brunch Visit) (Craiova, Romania) : Review

Strada Alexandru Ioan Cuza 6B
Craiova, Romania

V: 28th April 2018      T:  +40 723 134 185  W:

Child-Friendly: Yes (well-behaved kids)      Accepts: Cash & Card

Yip back again and I couldn’t wait, this time it was for brunch as I woke up late.

I was really looking forward to this, plus very hungry so I couldn’t wait to see what they offered for brunch.

The Food…


Main Course

Pulled Pork Sandwich 29 Lei


On arrival I was thinking woohoo looks good, its big and I am very hungry so its perfect.

On the first bite OH!! MY!! GOD!! I loved this!! The flavour was amazing, everything worked well with each other and I savoured every bite!

I can’t wait to have this again when I return, as it was just perfect and packed with flavour.

Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Presentation : 5
Value for Money : 5


This is now my favourite spot in Craiova for food, it was very relaxing and the food is amazing!!! Please do take time to visit here, you will not be disappointed when you come and you will LOVE whatever you order.

Review Scores – 

  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 5
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 5


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Back at Poco Havana (Glasgow) : Review

48a West Regent Street
G2 2RA Glasgow

Tel : 0141 353 6098
Website :

A colourful, vibrant basement bar/restaurant featuring the best of Cuban, Mexican and Spanish cuisine. Mixed in with our sunshine-vibe cocktails, quality craft beers and eclectic mix of great tunes, our Poco Havana is the finest corner of Cuba in Glasgow

Visit Date : Saturday 4th January 2017

Most of you that have been following this blog know i’ve been to Poco Havana a few times, you can read my previous reviews here and here

I have been hitting the Glasgow restaurants very hard recently, and spent a little more than I wanted. When I recently came across an itison voucher that I purchased a while back, and noticed that it was expiring soon so I thought lets head back and use it for a cheap weekend dinner.

My voucher was for two mains, so I will still show the cost of the dishes so you know what they would have been.

Main Course :

Chipotle Pulled Pork Burrito 12″ £8.95 (normally but I had the voucher)

This was the first time I have had a Burrito at Poco Havana, so I was looking forward to seeing how they did them and also how it tasted.

I know in my recent previous posts I said I would try and be more critical and not always say it was really good, well this was really really good. With every bite I had my mouth was bursting with flavour, and I could have easily had another.

Sorry I didn’t show how it looked inside, I was enjoying it too much it was finished before that thought pop’d in my head.

Cocktail :

Again I have had a few cocktails here in the past, so I decided to try something new.

Frozen Margarita/Daiquiri £13.50
“Sharing jugs of our classic Margaritas and Daiquiris”


My girlfriend and I opted for the Mango one.

As you can see from the photo, you get a large amount since its a sharing jug. You get about 2 glasses full each from this, so its really worth the money.

Overall :

This was a very enjoyable visit, I felt very relaxed and enjoyed the food and cocktails.

Poco Havana have had a few deals on itison, so if you want to check it out but worries about trying somewhere new then this is the option for you.

The staff have always been very friendly and very helpful, and if you like burritos then you should check Poco Havana’s.

  • Child Friendly : Yes
  • Service : 5
  • The portion sizes and taste : 5
  • Atmosphere : 4
  • Value for money : 5
  • Overall : 4.5
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