When we mentioned we were going to Cafe Gandolfi, our Glaswegian friends were very enthusiastic. They all seemed to have fond memories of the place, and it's clearly a Glasgow institution. Sadly it didn't quite live up to our expectations. It was fine, with good service, ok food and nice enough surroundings. At over £100 for two starters, two mains and the cheapest wine on the list, it seemed a bit overpriced.
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