What’s new on the food and drink scene: Seconds for pizza diner and new brasserie & cocktail bar

Sourdough pizza pioneers Franco Manca have opened their second Edinburgh restaurant in Stockbridge, building on the success of Franco Manca’s sister establishment south of St Andrew Street, which regularly hosts up to 2 000 customers per week. The new restaurant will offer stunning views over the Water of Leith in the heart of Edinburgh’s Stockbridge district.

Ing: @francmancapizza

Six by Nico, Glasgow and Edinburgh

Chef Nico Simeone and his team will celebrate Hanoi’s foodie mecca with dishes inspired by the world-class dishes of Vietnam’s capital.

The new HANOI six-course tasting menu available from July 18 includes Bún Riêu – Vietnamese shellfish mousse, avocado, grapefruit, crispy noodles and wild rice; Nem Rán – Nem Rán with crispy prawns, carrots and mooli; Bun Bo and Smoked Beef, Noodles

Engineer: @sixbynico

Bothwell House, Glasgow

A new brasserie and cocktail bar is to open on Bothwell Street in an iconic building. Bothwell House, which will take over the former Grill On the Corner location, will offer a modern and comfortable dining experience, as well as an imaginative cocktail bar in the heart of the city centre.

Eng: @bothwellhouse

Yo Sushi, Glasgow and Edinburgh

Sushi fans can now learn all the tricks of the kitchen with the return of YO!’s Sushi School. During a two-hour masterclass, guests will have the opportunity to roll a selection of YO!’s most iconic sushi.

Ing: @yosushi

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