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The main selling point is the place. The conceit is that you are outside, though inside. So a fake starry sky, fake trees, fake waterfalls and fake buildings around the outside of the main dining area, some of which are mini themed areas themselves.
Favorite Dish: The food - ah well. Actually it is pretty reasonable and as with many UK places pretty much a grab bag of over described world cookery. The onion sliced and fanned, and cooked in tempura batter was pretty good, as was my sizzling vegetable skillet - never had so many pine nuts in one go before. Also specialise in dangling skewers. About 20% overpriced in my opinion, but currently 2 courses for £6 before 6pm weekdays. Also a pub with outside seating attached.
Written Jul 16, 2003
Address: Glenbervie Business Park, Larbert
Stenhousemuir have historically nearly always been in the basement of Scottish League football. However the last ten years have been the most successful in the club's history, the high points being winning the Challenge Cup and finally climbing from the lowest division.
Update Season 05-06: Back in the lowest division, but playing some decent football and looking to have a good chance of promotion. Highlight so far: a 6-1 demolition of local 'rivals' East Stirlingshire.
Equipment: Commitment, realism, and a sense of humour.
Updated Nov 4, 2005
Address: Ochilview Park, Gladstone Road
Phone: 01324 562 992