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eighteen69 in North Ayrshire

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Part of the Auchrannie complex, this restaurant is situated in a conservatory setting. It is centred around tapas dishes. I had ham hock terrine and haddock pie, beautifully presented and very tasty. Our waitress recommended 3/4 dishes per person; compared to her colleagues she was not very informative however. For small dishes, prices are expensive, as are the wines on offer.
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19 April 2019
8.0
I'd heard tale of the legendary 'Scottish tapas' from Eighteen69, but nothing I'd heard lived up to the experience. The term 'Scottish tapas' was a little disconcerting to say the least, after all, tapas is Spanish, isn't it? But the chefs at Eighteen69 have done a bang-up job showcasing the best of their island in these little plates.
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16 February 2019
8.0

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