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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Btw, Robin, next time you're at Ibrox, since you appear to love Italian food, if you don't know of it already, check out this place (for authentic and very unpretentious Italian food): http://www.bellavitaglasgow.co.uk/

    You could always pop along, after you've been with the boys to the Louden Tavern!

    Also, Bella Fresca, on Paisley Rd West, is a great place for top-notch coffee and snacks, plus they sell quality Italian produce, which you can buy, great pasta dishes, too: https://www.bellafresca.co.uk/

    When we used to live down the road in Ralston, it had only recently opened and was just a deli, and we used to get all our fresh bread and antipasti from there. Got to know the boss well

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    Will have a look at those next time I’m in that area, cheers
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    No worries. Both are tops for different reasons

    My dad knows the boss of Bella Vita quite well, called Mimmo. If you go, ask for him and say you're a friend of Peter Pieraccini's son. Then you'll get the full Italian experience

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    aye, he'll take you out back and shoot you through the head
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    No worries. Both are tops for different reasons

    My dad knows the boss of Bella Vita quite well, called Mimmo. If you go, ask for him and say you're a friend of Peter Pieraccini's son. Then you'll get the full Italian experience

    Marco.
    Thanks Marco, will do hopefully not the welcome Grant is suggesting
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    Lol - well he is a season ticket holder at Celtic Park!



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    Haddock in batter, boiled potatoes, asparagus and peas, with butter.

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    Chicken Thigh Satay. Quick cheat, but all fresh ingredients. Still in the oven, smelling good.





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    Some fabulous dinners tonight there lads!

    Salmon and king prawn linguine for us tonight - with a parsley garnish especially for Marco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Haddock in batter, boiled potatoes, asparagus and peas, with butter.

    You could do baked beans on toast Geoff and my guess is it would still look outstanding.

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