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Haikuisine: the Fish Plaice Pop-Up Seafood Kitchen

The Fish Plaice Pop-Up Seafood Kitchen is a venture created by the eponymous fishmonger as a temporary restaurant located in an alley at its premises.

The Kitchen can be found on St Andrews Street in the Saltmarket area of Glasgow, and offers shellfish and a variety of seafood fresh from the fishmonger itself. Popular dishes include monkfish tikka masala, pints of prawns and five spice calamari. 

Recent guests to the Kitchen include winner of MasterChef 2014 Ping Coombes who declared the food "immense". 

The haiku

Let's start a support

group when Fish Plaice Kitchen shuts.

Weep-worthy lobster. 

The Fish Plaice Pop-Up Seafood Kitchen will run for the duration of the Games and is situated at 1 St Andrews Square, Glasgow G1 5PB. For more information visit facebook.com/FishPlaicePopUpSeafoodKitchenBar

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