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About Amarone Glasgow

'Another wonderful visit '
Nan Donaldson - 02/10/2014
I have been to Amarone on previous occasions with friends but went this time with my husband who had never dined there before. We had a very nice meal and my husband was impressed. Will visit again in the future. Staff - excellent service as usual.
'Scrumptious!'
Helen Sinclair - 14/09/2014
I just love Amarone and go as often as I can. This visit we experienced no exceptions to the usual very high standards of excellence in every aspect - service, food, drink and cost. We felt really spoiled, too, by the complimentary focaccia - such a smile-inducing gesture and very tasty into the bargain!

Contemporary city centre Italian restaurant

Amarone is a stylish Italian restaurant positioned beside Buchanan Street Subway station in Glasgow’s city centre. Ideally located for theatre-goers and weary shoppers, the restaurant is also a popular choice for a romantic rendezvous or just an informal meal with friends or family.

Italian cuisine made with fresh ingredients

The restaurant’s chefs use the freshest produce in their dishes and, where possible, will alter any dish to meet special requests or dietary requirements. Amarone’s signature dish is their antipasto misto, which consists of a selection of Italian cured meats, grilled and marinated vegetables and mozzarella.

The menu has an admirable selection of pizzas and pastas, as well as plenty of meat and seafood dishes, but don’t necessarily expect the usual fare – Amarone is perfect if you’re in the mood for Italian food, but would like to try something new. The restaurant’s cappesante con pancetta (seared Scottish king scallops with pancetta) is popular amongst diners, as is the rack of lamb with sauteed potatoes.

Close to city centre transport links

Amarone is child friendly, wheelchair accessible, and located at the corner of Buchanan Street and Nelson Mandela Square, next to Buchanan Street Subway station. The Royal Concert Hall is a 2 minute walk away, as is Queen Street train station, bus stops and a taxi rank. Central Station is also within walking distance.

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