The Indian Brasserie on Glasgow’s Paisley Road West is a popular Indian restaurant.
Recent 5pm review: Great wee local Indian restuarant. Quality food in nice surroundings Mike Thomson – 12/10/2014
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The sister restaurant to the more established Indian Platform restaurant in the West End, The Indian Platform Southside is a family-friendly Indian restaurant on the Ayr Road, Newton Mearns.
Recent 5pm review: Easy to park, friendly staff and the buffet was wonderful – Linda Lamond – 24/09/2014
Hotel du Vin Bistro is a classic French bistro on The Scores in St Andrews.
The menus at the HdV Bistro are all about dishes which are fresh, seasonal, locally produced and, as far as is possible, organic.
Housed in a striking conservatory within a pretty courtyard, Crolla’s Italian Kitchen is part of Eskmills, a thoughtful redevelopment of a former mill site in Musselburgh.
As well as an opulent bar, the restaurant’s ultra-modern glass construction is another talking point.
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Set on the banks of Loch Lomond, Martin Wishart’s new restaurant is set in the stylish surroundings of the Cameron house hotel.
Malaga Tapas is a family run Spanish restaurant on St. Andrews Road in the south side of Glasgow. With a warm, relaxed atmosphere the restaurant specialises in Iberian cuisine from the Andalusian region of Spain. Malaga Tapas is wheelchair accessible and also child-friendly, with highchairs and smaller portions available for younger diners.
One of the more popular tapas restaurant in Glasgow, Cafe Andaluz brings more than a little southern Spanish sunshine to the city centre. It certainly looks the part – tiled tables, beautiful carved wooden seats and Andalucian hanging lamps that would not seem out of place in a bodega in Seville. Step through the doors at Cafe Andaluz and Glasgow suddenly feels very far away.
The SECC & its new neighbour the Hydro have plenty of options nearby for dining.
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