The seasons are changing, and this week Yelp brings you all the tastiest dining options for you to eat with the seasons!
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725 Great Western Road, Glasgow
Jamie H raves it "has firm beliefs in using fresh, seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. It serves modern Scottish cuisine with French cooking techniques."
107 St Leonard's Street, Newington, Edinburgh
This new restaurant has a neat premise, ditching the traditional menu in favour of a list of ingredients. As Mike S explains the husband and wife duo in charge "have the freedom to use the freshest ingredients from farms and suppliers".
Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow
Susan F tips that "you can get a free baby meal with any adult one - this can be buzzed up by the chef using fresh and seasonal ingredients in line with the menu on the day".
41 West Nicolson Street, Newington, Edinburgh
Claire L is a big fan of this "stunning, stunning, stunning" wee Newington restaurant where the "focus is on local sourcing and showcasing the best of ingredients. The sample menu online is subject to change as it is all about what is seasonal and available."
Templeton Building, Glasgow
Seasonal with a difference; Rachel R loves that "the beers are good, always nice to see seasonal specials, and great that they do a mass (litre)".
The Edinburgh Larder Bistro
1A Alva Street, West End, Edinburgh
"There's a definite creativity to the dishes here," notes Cheryl C. "Everything is seasonally fresh and the menu changes in accordance, so you know you're getting the best of what's out there in Scotland."
28 Gibson Street, Glasgow
April L loves that "they use fresh ingredients, organic ingredients, seasonal ingredients. Everything's pretty much a recipe for tummy delight!"
2 Jamaica Street, New Town, Edinburgh
Recently named Scottish Sustainable Restaurant of the Year 2014, Julie G was impressed by the "short menu of creative, interesting dishes emphasising seasonal and local food" - in particular, "the profiteroles were lovely".
Two Fat Ladies
88 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow
Ross C raves that this is "one of the city's many really tiny restaurants... so small that you walk in through the open kitchen by the front window, where you can see the fresh local fish being prepared."
The Gardener's Cottage
1 Royal Terrace Gardens, London Road, Edinburgh
"The menu shifts constantly based on what's seasonally available," says Sara C, but on the day she went she chose "the dish with the catchy title: black pudding, bacon, mushrooms, apples, walnuts, greens, sourdough bread. It was delicious."