From busting Shawlands to leafy Giffnock, you’ll find a range of top quality dining options in Glasgow’s south side.
A whole variety of cuisines are on offer south of the river, including Indian, tapas, Italian and burgers.
Piece of my City Glasgow South Side
Located in the four star Marks Hotel in Glasgow’s Bath Street, One Ten is a stylish bar and restaurant that serves a range of dishes with a Scottish slant.
I would definitely recommend this restaurant as the food and service were excellent – Ann Lappin, 27/08/2014
£29.99 2 person offer + bottle of wine
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Located on Bath Street just a moment away from shopping mecca Buchanan Quarter, O Sole Mio first opened its doors in 1965 and since then has remained a favourite amongst Glasgow’s Italian and pizza fans.
Great food and service at this long lived Italian restaurant in Glasgow – 25/08/2014
£12.95 for 2 courses on pre-theatre menu + glass of wine
FinniestonMerchant CityEdinburgh’s Old TownGlasgow’s West EndLeithGlasgow City Centre
£8.49 for 2 courses on pre-theatre menu + glass of wine – Piazza Italia, Glasgow
£9.95 for 2 courses on set menu – Quattrozero, Edinburgh
£8.95 for 2 tapas on lunch + pre-theatre menu – The Italian Caffe, Glasgow
£9.95 for 2 courses on specials menu + glass of sparkling wine – Oscar’s Bar and Grill, Livingston
£9 for 2 courses from express menu – Bath Street Palomino
The Kelvingrove branch of The Sisters is one of two Scottish restaurants which are flourishing in Glasgow under the Sisters banner of the O’Donnell family. As the name suggests, the restaurant is run by two siblings and this cosy Kelvingrove restaurant plays the role of chic junior to its older sister restaurant in Jordanhill.
Cup Glasgow is situated in the West End of Glasgow. The cafe offers afternoon tea and food with a homely feel. The setting is relaxed and enjoyable.
Rafael’s is located in a small basement on Deanhaugh Street in the popular Stockbridge area of Edinburgh. Using Scottish ingredients to serve a mix of classic Spanish and Mediterranean dishes with a twist, Rafael’s is friendly and homely and you are always guaranteed a warm welcome. Highchairs are available for guests with children and since opening in 2001 the restaurant has been a hit with locals as well as visitors to Edinburgh.
The SECC & its new neighbour the Hydro have plenty of options nearby for dining.
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