A MUCH-LOVED Glasgow restaurant will feature in a new series of a hit Netflix show.

American TV writer Philip Rosenthal visits Scotland on the seventh season of Somebody Feed Phil, which is available on the streaming service from March 1.

During his travels, he visits Partick eatery GaGa and meets top city chef Julie Lin, whose Malaysian-inspired dishes have cemented her restaurant as one of the most popular in Glasgow.

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Phil and Julie enjoy some delicious scran, cocktails and a good old chat about life.

Speaking about his time at GaGa, Phil said: “Aside from hearing great things about GaGa from a number of different sources, we loved the idea of trying a Malaysian restaurant in Scotland.

"And it did not disappoint - not to mention how wonderfully charming Julie is. As we find almost everywhere we go, the people are what makes Scotland so special.

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"The food is wonderful and the scenery and history are outstanding - but it’s always the people.”

The National: Host Julia Bryce (left) and Julie Lin (right)Host Julia Bryce (left) and Julie Lin (right) (Image: supplied)

Julie added: “As a huge fan of Phil and the show, it was an honour to host him at ga ga as part of the Scotland episode of the new season of the show.

“We share a lot of the same ethos when it comes to food - including that the best quality ingredients come from as close to the source as possible.

"That’s what GaGa is all about; taking flavoursome foods from Scotland’s larder and marrying them up with Malaysian and South East Asian cooking techniques that help their deliciousness stand out.

“One of the main reasons I became a chef is that I adore the joy that comes from cooking for people I love and sitting down to enjoy a meal with Phil felt like we’d been friends for years. I cannot wait for people to see it!”

Season seven of Somebody Feed Phil airs on Netflix on Friday, March 1.