Vibrant, buzzing, and evolving at a dizzying pace, Glasgow City Centre restaurants are a microcosm of Scotland’s largest city itself.
Glasgow has its finger firmly pressed on the pulse with new places to eat popping up on a regular basis, from stylish bistros to funky street food joints.
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Glasgow’s first and only Russian restaurant, Cafe Cossachok’s menu includes authentic dishes like blinis, borscht and stroganoff.
£13.95 for 2 courses from the a la carte menu.
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When attending an event at the SECC or Hydro check out one of the many excellent dining offers in nearby restaurants.
From tapas to Indian to Scottish, there’s something for everyone.
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Scotland’s national stadium plays home not only to football and sporting events but provides a venue for international stars like Rod Stewart, U2 and Bruce Springsteen.
Located in Glasgow’s south side, there are plenty of options for pre or post event dining.
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2 for 1 burgers – Ketchup Southside, Glasgow
£10 for 2 main courses on the chargrill menu- The Grill Bar Jury’s Inn, Edinburgh
£7.95 buffet lunch- Shamoli, Edinburgh
£7.95 for main course + glass of wine or bottle of beer – Croma Pizza at the Odeon, Edinburgh
£5 for 2 courses on lunch menu – Antipasti, Glasgow
Green Chilli Cafe on Argyle Street in Glasgow’s West End and close to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Serving Indian cuisine, the restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere and a menu with curries that can be served as main courses or in tapas-style portions.
The award-winning Mark Greenaway may have come to the general public’s attention thanks to his appearances on The Great British Menu. However, his innovative cooking was drawing plaudits long before the cameras picked up on the Scottish chef. His flagship restaurant is a harmonious combination of modern style in a Georgian-era building. Formerly a bank, there is even a walk-in safe doubling as a well stocked wine cellar in the basement.
Nick’s Italian Bar and Grill is a contemporary, warm and friendly Italian bar-restaurant in the Hyndland area of Glasgow’s West End. A relaxed and cosy dining experience, the decor is based on a contemporary Manhattan loft. The mezzanine level compliments the main dining area well, offering a more intimated and secluded section of the restaurant.
£14 per person for Kitsch Kabaret Dinner Show
The SECC & its new neighbour the Hydro have plenty of options nearby for dining.
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