A taste of Scotland – and the world!
Top-end fine dining, adventurous independents and a great range of ethnic cuisine means you’ll never go hungry here.
Freshly made and authentic Italian dishes are accompanied by live background music at the weekends for an atmospheric dining experience at Alla Italia. The restaurant focuses on set lunches and pre/post theatre dining.
An award-winning Glasgow city centre restaurant, grill and meze bar. It’s ‘the show before the show’ for theatre goers who is looking for atmospheric and affordable pre-theatre dining close to the King’s Theatre.
Babbity Bowster is very much a Glasgow institution, with a thoroughly convivial atmosphere. The pub has a beer garden, restaurant and bar, where it has been known for impromptu evenings of folk music to take place.
Babu Kitchen serves a selection Bombay street food and light and tasty homestyle curries to enjoy everyday, at any time of the day – breakfast, lunch or dinner. Dig in and enjoy a little bit of Bombay in Glasgow.
Bar Soba serves quality Pan-Asian street food with dishes from across the Orient, Soba has always endeavoured to bring an intriguing mix of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Malaysian cuisine.
Dine on one of the terraces and enjoy the ‘al fresco’ atmosphere in Princes Square, relax in the bar with a cocktail and bar bite or move through to the main restaurant with it’s beautiful, Spanish inspired decor.
Bukharah is an authentic and creative Indian restaurant which brings the taste of the East to the West end of Glasgow. It offers a wide selection of delicious, creative and exciting dishes which appeal to all palates.
Cafe Andaluz offers an extensive A La Carte Menu and set menu, the restaurant is also offers a varied selection of tapas dishes preceded by a sharing plate of mixed cold cuts and other Spanish treats.
One of the earliest restaurants to open in Glasgow, Café Gandolfi is decked in dark, sinuous wood. It caters for healthy appetites with no-nonsense food like Cullen Skink and tangy Scottish cheeses.
Café India is one of Glasgow’s oldest Indian restaurants and offers a unique dining experience. Set in a vibrant area of Glasgow, the restaurant represents constantly evolving menus and a carefully matched wine list.
Out to Hyndland, Cafezique offers relaxed dining – perfect for browsing the Sunday papers. The vegetarian breakfast is a particular must-have, complete with organic baked beans and haloumi cheese!
A wonderful reputation for Chinese food has assured Chin Chin’s top place in online rankings. The restaurant is warm and welcoming, with beautiful décor and atmosphere which complements their delicious menu.
Whether you are looking for Japanese, Thai, Chinese, Italian, Indian, Mexican or Continental food, you’ll be spoilt for choice with over 150 world dishes – even the fussiest eater is challenged to find something they don’t like.
Crabshakk have been showcasing the best of Scottish seafood “on the street” since opening its doors in February 2009, it offers best fish and shellfish available in Scotland, every day – except Mondays!
Cranachan boasts truly magnificent Scottish interior design along side a true taste of Scotland with fresh daily made soups, salads and sandwiches. The menu includes fish and chips, home made burgers, haggis, neeps and tattles.
Dragon-I crafts Asian fusion cuisine – it creates contemporary dishes with Scottish ingredients. Inspiration is taken from the food of Cantonese, Malaysian and Thai cuisine: each has its own particular flavours and styles.
Beneath Drygate’s seven peaks you can discover a diverse range of unique industrial spaces which include The Beer Hall, The Brew House Restaurant, The Event Space, Outdoor Terrace, Bottle Shop and Brewery.
Enjoy some of Scotland’s finest seasonal produce in a friendly atmospheric and busy neighbourhood bistro, popular with locals. Fanny Trollopes specialise in fish, seafood, Scottish beef and lamb, fowl and game.
Designed in the classic traditional Greek style, Frosoulla’s offers diners a sophisticated dining environment with a wide selection of traditionally cooked Greek dishes served with a contemporary twist.
The cafe has become known for its excellent breakfast menu, high quality coffee and freshly prepared seasonal food during the day. In the evening Glad Cafe serve soup and a variety of sharing plates from the cafe servery.
Hard Rock Cafe
With historic musical memorabilia gracing every wall, Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow fits right into the historic charm of the area and honours the history of the Atheanaeum Theatre in the heart of Glasgow’s historic Style Mile.
In the past 30 years, the Ho Wong has established itself as the place that serves the finest Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine. The authentic dishes are noted for their delicious appetising taste and unfailing excellence.
Kember & Jones
Situated in Glasgow’s West End, Kember & Jones sits perfectly amongst its bohemian surroundings. Whether you are sitting in for a relaxed meal or a catch up over a coffee this fine food emporium caters for all your needs.
The restaurant has worked hard and KoolBa has now become synonymous with quality Indian and Persian cuisine. This has been achieved by commitment to using the best local produce, fresh herbs and carefully-selected whole spices.
La Bodega is Glasgow’s only Spanish-owned tapas bar situated in the West End. The restaurant pride themselves in their delicious Spanish home cooking as well as including recipes from around the world.
All of Nanakusa’s dishes are cooked fresh to order using the finest locally-sourced and authentic Japanese ingredients. Choose from a wide range of noodle and rice dishes, soup bowls, sushi and yakitori.
NY American Grill
The wide-ranging menu includes old favourites such as NY deli sandwiches; the New York Strip sirloin steak; lighter Californian cuisine; and renowned American deserts such as Florida key lime pie and New York cheesecake.
Òran Mór offers two restaurants to satisfy every culinary need, from breakfast and light dishes, to full A La Carte dining. Enjoy food ranging from a full Scottish breakfast, to homemade burgers and traditional favourites.
Cooked in Artisan-built wood-fired ovens from Naples, the Pizzaiolo takes pride in adhering to the process in production of the dough and provenance of the produce to Verace pizza Napoletana standard.
One of Glasgow’s oldest and best kept Italian secrets since 1978, Ristorante Teatro is an authentic Italian restaurant in the heart of the city centre serving classic Italian dishes. Dishes are created from locally-sourced ingredients.
Roastit Bubbly Jocks
Roastit Bubbly Jocks is a cheerful, unassuming little joint, named after the Scots for roast turkey, has handwritten menus and top-notch food, including venison haunch and seafood chowder, and tasty vegetarian options.
Rogano is the oldest surviving restaurant in Glasgow. For over seventy five years its chefs have dedicated themselves to the delicate art of cooking and serving the finest fish and seafood in the world from Scottish waters.
Using traditional ingredients, along with those less common Mediterranean cuisine, Roma honours tradition while creating unique, inspiring dishes. The bar has the finest selection of beers, wines and spirits and coffee.
Sloans is one of the city’s most stunning and impressive venues set over three decadent floors. Pop in for a drink, bite to eat, a the BBQ in the outside courtyard (when it’s dry!) or for a great night out at the famous Friday Ceilidh.
All the meat served at Smoak BBQ is carefully sourced from local farms and dry rubbed or brined overnight then smoked over hard woods for up to 14 hours to reach perfection, where there is a never ending quest to improve.
Operated by Scotland’s very own World Food Travel Association Ambassador, Tasting Scotland’s connections to top culinary and whisky connoisseurs mean you enjoy a rare insight directly from the people who matter.
Hidden away down an ancient cobbled lane in a former early 19th-century stables Tchai-Ovna is a manifestation of Glasgow’s alternative bohemian culture, serving a large variety of leaf tea, vegetarian food and shishas.
Thai Siam posses a very high reputation and is well known for serving the best Thai food of the finest quality, plus, they provide Halal food! Here you will be greeted by smiling and friendly staff, dressed in traditional Thai costume.
The Hidden Lane Tearoom
The Tearoom offers a varied menu from pancakes for breakfast, homemade soups, stews and platters for lunch, to a luxurious afternoon tea, voted second best in the country in Peter Irvine’s highly acclaimed ‘Scotland the best.’
The Hope is a perfect choice for fuelling a shopping mission, dining with friends, enjoying a cheeky pub lunch and sampling the great selection of draught and bottled beers, including a wide range of craft beers and more.
The Smokin’ Fox
The Smokin’ Fox is a tale of two destinations hosting a Victorian look and creating a sense of calm modernity. The menu consists of feel good food created with local produce, whilst the team serve up cocktails and craft beers.
The Wee Curry Shop
The Wee Curry Shop offers a unique range of Indian cuisine only available from their individual menu. From the very freshly prepared starters to the house speciality main courses, there is a dish to satisfy every palate.
The Western Club
Classic and contemporary cuisine is served with an elegant flourish within the portals of Glasgow’s oldest and only remaining private members club situated in one of Glasgow most prestigious addresses; Royal Exchange Square.
Instantly recognisable by the queue of hungry customers spilling out onto the pavement, and the distinctive NYPD Cruiser and Yellow NYC Cab parked outside, Tribeca is something of a landmark on Glasgow’s Dumbarton Road.
Millions of street food vendors make up the colour, sounds and smells of India, they nourish the appetites of the locals throughout the day. The menu at Tuk Tuk pays homage to these road side culinary geniuses.
Usha’s is a high quality family friendly vegetarian restaurant with great music and delicious and authentic food. All dishes are sharing plate/tapas sizes, and the range of dishes compliment each other well.
The real Brazilian style dining experience begins once you are seated at Viva Brazil. A troop of Passadors (meat carvers) move from table to table, offering over fifteen select cuts of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausages.
West On The Corner
West On The Corner is situated just across from Kelvingrove Park. Whether it’s a coffee, a full three-course meal, or just a few beers with friends that guests are after, it is the perfect laid-back spot to indulge.
West on the Green
Situated in the iconic Templeton Building on Glasgow Green, West on the Green is home to a beerhall-style bar and restaurant as well as an impressive events space overlooking West’s expanded working brewery.
Willow Tea Rooms
Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1903, the Willow Tea Rooms is still being used for its original purpose. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, morning coffee or afternoon tea at one of Glasgow’s major visitor attractions.