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Glasgow West End Restaurants

Glasgow's West End is often referred to as Glasgow's most bohemian district, and its choice of restaurants reflects this with a wide range of cutting-edge restaurants that perfectly complement the trend-setting area, as well as a number of more intimate restaurants.

Ashton Lane is a cosy, wee backstreet housing a number of restaurants, bars and cafés offering everything from tapas to Italian food, often accompanied by live music.

The Kelvingrove area offers a scenic option for diners in the West End, and central thoroughfare Byres Road hosts everything from Scottish contemporary restaurants to Mediterranean fare. Take advantage of our locally sourced deals and you could enjoy the many tastes of the West End without a hefty price tag.

RECENT DINING REVIEWS

I had only visited this restaurant once before during a trip to Glasgow and decided to go back as the food from the A la carte menu was
Carol-Ann Foy - 06/12/2016
Had a lovely lunch here mid week. The food was really good and the service was attentive and friendly. Good value for money but the drinks were a bit pricey
Kirk robertson - 06/12/2016
Offer was for 4 starters and 3 mains. Selection from menu was good and tasty, but obviously meat content/portion size reduced.
Mary Sweetland - 06/12/2016
I had a great meal, staff very pleasant.
robert davies - 06/12/2016
First time at Porter & Rye, Service was great, knowledgable & helpful staff, Food was divine, sad didn't get to try the Béarnaise sauce but alternative was given, ordered Chateaubriand & had several sides all was scrumptious! Dessert we had the parfait & cheeseboard, both heavenly. Wine was lovely
Karen Tang - 06/12/2016
Really close to where I stay and my first venture into Bovine. The service was really welcoming and attentive. The food was delicious especially the black pudding starter
Theresa McIntyre - 05/12/2016
Excellent as always! - from the welcome to the end!
Janet Stephen - 05/12/2016
Consistently excellent
Kenny Kerr - 05/12/2016
Sharon Clark - 05/12/2016
A quaint little restaurant situated in the heart of the west end. What it lacks in space it more than makes up for in delicious food and warm, friendly service. The 5pm menu has a good variety to choose from and each dish was a little bit of heaven. 2 courses and a glass of Prosecco is great value.
Vicky Foster - 04/12/2016

CHEF'S INSIGHT

La Bonne Auberge Glasgow cooks sole with prawn sauce.

Pipers' Tryst makes a scallop & black pudding salad.

Glasgow's Barca Tapas cooks tapas, lamb cutlets, scallops & spiced chickpeas.

Lychee Oriental cooks Chicken with peppers & black bean sauce.

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Top restaurant offers in Glasgow West End

  • £15£15 for 3 tapas + cocktail or beerCubatas Tapas Bar & Restaurant Book
  • £22.95£22.95 for 3 a la carte dishes + dessertHorn Please Book
  • £22.95£22.95 for 4 courses on the festive dinner menuAshoka Ashton Lane Book
  • £17.79A la carte available - average price for 2 courses is £17.79Raffaelle's Italian Kitchen & Bar Book
  • £15£15 for 2 courses on pre-theatre + glass of wineFanny Trollopes Book
  • £21.95£21.95 for 3 courses on Christmas dinner menuVilla Toscana Book
  • £7£7 lunch combo offer + drink Firebird Book
  • £11.95£11.95 for 2 courses on a la carte menuGreen Chilli Cafe Book
  • £27.6920% a la carte discountLa Parmigiana Book
  • £10£10 for 2 courses on a la carte menu Chequers Book