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Glasgow restaurant announces 'first' bottomless weekend brunch

If you're ready to give up on Dry January (or never quite got round to it), then book into the Black Dove's new bottomless brunch

Published: January 20, 2018
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Over the weekend of the 27th and 28th January, diners can enjoy a decadent morning of unlimited food and drink at the bottomless brunch.

Announced on the restaurant's social media, the restaurant describes the brunch as: "the latest innovation in the weekend afternoon entertainment. The first of its kind Southside of the River Clyde!"


Picture: The Black Dove Facebook

Dishes include small plates of toasted soldiers, a dinky dish of eggs, meatballs and smoked tomatoes smothered with punchy Bloody Mary sauce and crispy smoked haddock bites.

Main dishes include various brunch plates such as baked eggs with slow braised ox cheek with Cavolo Nero and peppercorn sauce, a stack of French toast, with crab and Greek yoghurt or bacon and maple syrup and a hangover-busting Full Scottish with smoked haricot beans and the cheesy chorizo omelette with a side of 'home-grown' haggis.

The food is accompanied by a choice of bottomless glasses of bubbles, Black Dove lager, or Brunch Punch containing Apricot Brandy and "hunners of fruit..."


Picture: The Black Dove Facebook

There will also be cocktails such as Bloody Brilliant Mary, Sangria and Mojito Milkshakes.

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But if you're sticking to Dry January then there will be fruit juices and coffee, which will go perfectly with a scone, flapjack or cinnamon bun - available from the coffee bar.

The Bottomless Brunch starts on the 27th January from 11am and is priced at £25 per person.

The price also includes a plate of tasters and treats either end of the meal.

For more information, check out The Black Dove's Facebook page.

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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