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Tuggy tucks in

Food blogger, Lorna Tugman joins us for a visit.

“Eating Indian food is one of my many joys in life and even better when it’s on my doorstep! I had planned to visit Bo’ness Spice when I received a menu through my door so I was thrilled to be invited for a meal.

The usual suspects of poppadoms and an array of nibbly delights – Lime pickle, spiced onion salad and the smoothest and most tastiest mango chutney! The owner Mohammed was kind enough to bring us a top up when we gobbled them all in seconds. The restaurant isn’t licensed but you can BYOB.

Bo’ness Spice is just what the town needs, it’s Bo,ness’s only Indian restaurant which I’m still flabbergasted by! Bo’ness is a town set on the River Forth neighbouring historic Linlithgow and is home to Scotland’s oldest purpose-built picture house, The Hippodrome, dating back to 1912! The quirky vintage cinema is full of charm and a highlight when visiting the town. If it wasn’t a school night (quite literally) I would have definitely paired my outing with a visit. Bo’ness Spice is the ideal choice for a pre-movie meal.”

Read the full review here.

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