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10 places to eat... goat's cheese

What do you call cheese that isn't yours?

Nacho cheese! This week we look to Yelpers to tell us the tastiest spots in Glasgow and Edinburgh to get your goat cheese fix!

Café Andaluz

2 Cresswell Lane, Glasgow

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John D says "the grilled goats' cheese and Seville marmalade was an unexpected highlight! The cheesecake was a very generous serving."

I J Mellis

330 Morningside Road, Edinburgh

"There are too many excellent cheeses to list them all here, but a few of my favourites are the Pyrenees Chèvre (a delicious hard goats' cheese), the smoked Ardrahan (the best smoked cheese you will ever try) and the Isle of Mull cheddar (needs no explanation, I'm sure)," says Alex J.

No 1 Chocolate Factory

63 St Georges Road, Charing Cross, Glasgow

Claire B liked the "good selection catering for veggies … We ordered the white onion and chilli soup with a salami, mozzarella and a goats' cheese and caramelised onion Panini ... all were super tasty."

Indaba Restaurant

3 Lochrin Terrace, Edinburgh

Michelle P "loved the torre de queso, the caramelised onion sauce was a perfect match for the mildly tangy goats' cheese, absolute heaven."

Nick's Italian Bar & Kitchen

168 Hyndland Road, Glasgow

Roz M "went with the goats' cheese and black pudding starter, which sounded delicious on the menu and didn't disappoint, I really liked that the goats cheese was crumbled through the salad."

The Vintage

60 Henderson Street, Edinburgh

Robyn Z "had the venison salami, the tomato and olive goats' cheese roulade, and the spreadable chorizo. All my food choices were really tasty, especially the goats' cheese which went very well with the chorizo."

The Butchershop Bar & Grill

1055 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

Gordon M appreciated the "soup of the day - potato and leek with a goats' cheese crusted crouton, smelt and looked delicious. Both starters disappeared quickly and so it was time for steak!"

Number One

1 Princes Street, Edinburgh

Leona C loved "the boy's cheese plate, oh yes, I had a taste and it had one of the best goats' cheeses I've ever tasted. All served with lots of delicious oatcakes and biscuits.

George Mewes

106 Byres Road, Glasgow

Duncan W says "the guys here have a great selection for across the board (pardon the pun) … cow, goat, sheep. Lots of choice and the guys behind the counter are great to ask if you get stuck."

Le Di-Vin

9 Randolph Place, Edinburgh

Graham M "plumped for les tartines - goats' cheese, red peppers and jambon de bayonne, which was delicious. I love goats cheese' and was not in the slightest disappointed with this."

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