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41-43 West Nile Street, Glasgow,Scotland G1 2PT
There are Francophiles behind this nationwide French brasserie group – that much is obvious. Every last detail, from the rattan terrace furniture and patterned...
140 St Vincent Street , Glasgow,Scotland G2 5LA
Spanish powerhouse Ibérica has moved tapas on from a tick list of ordinary nibbles to specialities worth toasting with a glass of vintage cava. The group’s...
44 Candleriggs, Glasgow,Central Scotland G1 1LE
Named after the family-run roadside diners that can be found across
North India, this stunning take on a traditional ‘dhabba’ dresses up the
89 Candleriggs, Glasgow,Central Scotland G1 1NP
Views of the City Halls and the Old Fruitmarket are a bonus at this spacious first-floor Indian – one of the first to bring south Indian cuisine to...
The Townhouse, Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow,Central Scotland G1 2LL
The snazzy Chaophraya chain has earned a reputation for delivering classy Thai food in elegant big-city settings, with smilingly attentive service keeping...
11 Exchange Place, Glasgow,Central Scotland G1 3AN
Launched in 1935 – at the same time that the Queen Mary was being built on the Clyde – stately Rogano is sailing towards its 80th birthday and still...
157 Hope Street, Glasgow,Central Scotland G2 2UQ
There are no prizes for guessing the main attraction at this highly popular, bistro-style seafood restaurant just a few minutes’ walk from Glasgow Central...
191 Hope Street, Glasgow,Central Scotland G2 2UL
Known for its cool, sleek vibes and cosmopolitan style, Opium brings some pan-Asian diversity to Glasgow’s financial district. At lunchtime, local shoppers...
225a West George Street, Glasgow,Central Scotland G2 2ND
“Don’t miss this basement haven in the city”, exclaims a fan of chef/proprietor Derek Marshall’s long-serving seafood destination (founded in 1988)....
247 West Campbell Street, Glasgow,Central Scotland G2 4SQ
Glasgow chef John Quigley travelled the world cooking for rock stars such as Bryan Adams and Tina Turner, before setting up the Red Onion in 2005. Since...
11 Blythswood Square, Glasgow,Central Scotland G2 4AD
Stunningly located on a Georgian square and formerly home to the Scottish Royal Automobile Club (SRAC), this grandly proportioned building has been...
1125 Argyle Street, Glasgow,Central Scotland G3 8ND
Once an industrial wasteland, Glasgow’s Finnieston district is now a cool regenerated hub of restaurants, bars and other hangouts. This self-named bar/restaurant...
28 Westminster Terrace, Glasgow,Central Scotland G3 7RU
“As authentic as it gets without being predictable”, the original Westminster Terrace branch of the Mother India empire still rules the roost, despite...
1114 Argyle Street, Finnieston, Glasgow,Central Scotland G3 8TD
‘Cracking’ good food (geddit?) is the punning slogan behind Crabshakk – a funky seafood specialist in Glasgow’s equally funky Finnieston district. Designed...