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Latest Reviews


SoHo on Miller Street, Glasgow

Had a lovely meal at Soho on Miller Street , food was excellent and good value for money including a...

Mi Casa, Glasgow

Visited on a 5pm deal of 5 tapas with glass of wine, starter and dessert for two for £24. The olives...

Osteria Del Tempo Perso - Glasgow, Glasgow

Been before, lovely restaurant, lovely staff, very attentive

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Top Rated Restaurants

  • The Kelvingrove branch of The Sisters is one of two Scottish restaurants which are flourishing in Glasgow under the Sisters banner of the O’Donnell family. As the name suggests, the restaurant is run by two siblings and this cosy Kelvingrove restaurant plays the role of chic junior to its older sister restaurant in Jordanhill.

  • Opened in the spring of 2014, El Gusto has quickly settled in to the West End. A lively, cosy and independent tapas cafe, its brightly coloured walls and Spanish bric-a-brac lend it an inviting, sunny ambience. Acoustic performers add sparkle at the weekends. El Gusto is a laidback, casual, neighbourhood hangout which is as happy to serve a simple morning coffee as to lay on a tapas banquet. Currently unlicensed, diners are encouraged to BYOB for a small corkage.

  • Blonde is a relaxed and informal restaurant situated on St. Leonard’s Street in the south side of Edinburgh’s city centre. Using fresh quality produce, the restaurant serves Scottish and European cuisine which caters to a variety of tastes.

  • Masala Twist City Centre is a Indian restaurant located on Hope Street in Glasgow’s city centre. The success of its sister restaurant in the city’s West End led to the second branch of Masala Twist being established, and aims to continue the commitment to traditional Indian cooking methods using finely sourced local ingredients.