Just what we were looking for.
Really enjoyed the range and quality of the food - not 100% sure what to have in a Greek restaurant so it's a great idea having tapas where you can share and try different dishes - the food and service were both very good.We were in on a Thursday night and just fancied something light to eat and a few drinks - Halloumi was perfect and catered well for this but if we had wanted more would simply have ordered more dishes.
The best Greek food in the city centre
The food is very tasty and fresh definitely worth a visit
Greek restaurant in Glasgow city centre
Decked out in the jaunty colours of the Greek flag, Halloumi is a Greek-Cypriot mezze restaurant on Hope Street. A bright, cheery space, it is a friendly spot for a quick lunch, a pre-theatre bite or a lively evening meal with friends.
Modern and classic Greek cooking
‘Inspired by Greece. Made in Glasgow. Small plates. Big flavours’ is how Halloumi describes itself. And with a menu that ranges from a classic lamb moussaka to avocado and feta on toasted flatbread, it is easy to see where they are coming from.
As well as an appealing selection of dips and pitta, the menu is separated into seafood, grills, salads and classic old favourites such as stifado beef stew and spanakopita – filo pastry with a spinach and goat’s cheese filling. The grill section has a tempting list of souvlaki – marinated BBQ – and the seafood offer includes skewers of swordfish and prawns alongside seared octopus flavoured with smoked paprika.
With an express lunch menu, a pre-theatre and a full a la carte, Halloumi has plenty of options designed to meet diners’ varied requirements.
Glasgow city centre transport links
Halloumi is on Hope Street in between West George Street and St Vincent Street. Queen Street and Central train stations are both a five minute walk. There is limited on-street parking and pay car parking at Mitchell Street and Bath Street. Nearby attractions include Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Cineworld and the Pavilion.