I was in the city centre on Tuesday, it was bitterly cold, and I decided I needed something warm to see off the chill.
Having made my way to the 'restaurant' in a department store I requested a bowl of tomato and basil soup.
A stoney faced server dished out a half bowl of soup and pointed to some bread on the counter, beside a few small pats of butter.
The soup was lukewarm and the bread stale – it was excessively priced at £4.25.
How many other people visiting Glasgow are overcharged for poor, tepid or undercooked food?
Evening Times reader
JUSTICE Minister Kenny MacAskill wants more power over drink driving to be devolved to Scotland.
The Scottish Government was given new powers to lower alcohol consumption but wants more, like random testing and tough measures for young drivers.
I hope Mr MacAskill's request is granted. This is a big step forward.
I WOULD like to compliment Bill Love's letter in respect of city council employees reporting graffiti, fly-tipping and litter issues.
Glasgow should follow the good practice shown by Renfrewshire and Dundee City Councils, both local authorities give out free wipes and graffiti kits to citizens and businesses to remove offending graffiti tags.
I SEE the Christmas lights are going up at Berryknowes Road in Cardonald. I'm sure they will give all the litter that lies about a lovely festive glow.
Can we all, working with the council please address the litter problem first.
I'm a Neighbourhood Improvement Volunteer and I want to have pride in my community.
THE UK Government spending millions of pounds on nuclear weapons while slashing essential public services is immoral.
However, despite Scotland's Parliament and people being opposed to nuclear weapons our concerns are brushed aside by all the UK parties.
Scotland is treated with contempt by the Westminster Government.
This is one of the main reasons why I'll be voting YES in the referendum - if Westminster won't listen to our fears on nuclear weapons we need to get rid of Westminster rule and then we can ditch the weapons.