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Glasgow-based TriBeCa diner chain unveils new look menu ahead of nationwide expansion plans

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TriBeCa have finally unveiled their brand new menu to be rolled out across their Scottish restaurants.

We’ve managed to get a first look at the delights on offer and the dishes include some tasty looking pizzas, tacos and sharing plates in addition to old favourites.

The chain was recently saved from liquidation by Puneet Gupta, Navdeep Basi and Suj Legha, who are investing £1 million in the existing restaurants, and hope to expand TriBeCa into a nationwide franchise.

They’ve done their utmost to ensure that quality and taste are at the forefront of the revamped venture.

As well as plenty of favourites like the TriBeCa Dog, omelettes and breakfasts, they’ve added in a host of dishes to suit vegans, veggies, gluten free and diet conscious customers.

Manager Elaine Mackenzie said: “We are going back to the roots of the American diner.  We’ve now added pizzas and tacos to our menu as well as bigger sharing plates and desserts.

“We’ve increased the range of toppings on a mix of either gluten free vegan pancakes, buttermilk pancakes, waffles or french toast, and you can now have everything from Wilted Spinach, Ox Cheek or Chickpea Stew on them to Tunnocks Teacakes, Blueberry Compote or Peanut Brittle as a topping.”

Elsewhere on the menu you can pick from TriBeCa’s homemade New York meatloaf and fried egg in a bun and specials including the Rochefella with French toast, stuffed with Ferrero Rocher, Nutella and Bueno.

Elaine said: “Our Florida salad also has grapefruit avocado pomegranate, linseed, quinoa and baby mescaline with – citrus dressing and our NYPD hotdog uses Cola Cola and Guinness.

“Our old menu was a bit outdated and this is  bringing Tribeca into more modern times and makes us into more of a restaurant than just a breakfast place.”

The new menu will be available from this Saturday in Glasgow’s Merchant City and will be rolled out across other TriBeCa restaurants in coming weeks.