Unlike the city centre, Glasgow’s West End tends to have trendy independent restaurants rather than larger chains. This has not been lost on Zizzi’s, which has recently remodelled its Cresswell Lane branch to give it a far more laidback, West End feel.

Its new Summer Oasis section sees fresh flowers adorn the walls, astroturf grass laid underfoot and even a garden swing seat in the corner. And it seems to have paid off: the Summer Oasis area was fully booked even on our pre-payday visit.

The new seasonal menu also feels genuinely fresh: with imaginative flavours that offer a point of difference from a traditional Italian. The spiedini pollo, served on a Mediterranean hanging skewer, was exactly the right kind of filling without being overwhelming. Old favourites like risotto have also been given a refresh, served with crisp crayfish and stodge-free orzo pasta rather than rice.

The desserts are equally light – although still pack a punch flavour-wise – with the lemon meringue cheesecake offering citrus in bucketloads.

Drinks wise, the omnipresent Aperol Spritz is joined by floral gins and bubbly cocktails – all served with suitably ‘instagrammable’ garnishes.

Even the trendiest West-Ender would find it hard not to be impressed.