August 10, 2022

Zaika

Livingston

Graeme Cheevers to launch Unalome cafe in Glasgow

2 min read

In the city’s stylish Finnieston place, Unalome is taking about the web site of The Sisters cafe next operator Jacqueline O’Donnell’s retirement.

Cheevers was overseeing the kitchen area at Isle of Eriska – a Relais & Châteaux resort on the Scottish island of the similar name – when it won a Michelin star.

Prior to that, he headed the move at Martin Wishart’s Michelin-starred Loch Lomond restaurant. 

He hopes to reach the similar accolade at Unalome. “We’re hitting the ground managing and have substantial hopes to achieve Glasgow’s 1st Michelin star considering the fact that 2004 within just our initially 12 months,” he says. “To stick to the successes of Andrew Fairlie or Gordon Ramsay in Glasgow would be incredible. I just can’t wait to get started off.”

The web-site is undergoing a £350,000 refurbishment and is slated to launch by February 2021, dependant on Scottish authorities limits.

Unalome normally takes its identify from a Buddhist symbol that represents the route each individual person takes in everyday living. Cheevers says it was decided on to signify anything ‘new and entirely unique for Glasgow’s foods scene’.

Serving fashionable European delicacies, the 60-cover restaurant’s menu will improve weekly.  

“There is nowhere else I would rather launch my very own restaurant than in my house city of Glasgow,” he adds. “It is terrifying heading solo, but I sense like I’m now at a point in my job wherever I’m all set and I have the self-confidence and knowledge to just take it ahead and make it a achievements.”

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