When it comes to the best places to eat in Glasgow, it helps to break down the city by area. The West End, for example, is chock full of cafés, bars, hotels, clubs and restaurants including the area's main culinary artery: Byres Road. Merchant City, meanwhile, is the centre of Glasgow's growing cultural quarter and boasts all manner of crowd-pleasing restaurants to cater to the daily flood of tourists and locals alike.
Looking to discover something a little bit different? Head south of the river Clyde where you’ll find a host of hip and happening independent cafes and restaurants, many of which are long-established, some being new and with the area still growing in its food and drink offering.
And let's not forget the Glasgow restaurants that cater for everyone's favourite food items – pizza and pasta – with a wealth of Italian places available in every corner of the city. You see, dining in Glasgow is a culinary journey that's eclectic, ever-changing and seriously exciting. Whether it’s fine dining or casual cheap eats you’re after, you will find something in this list to fit the bill. Have a scroll, or tick the facets on the left-hand side to narrow down your search by cuisine, price, ambience and more.