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Glasgow City Centre Restaurants

Vibrant, buzzing, and evolving at a dizzying pace, Glasgow City Centre restaurants are a microcosm of Scotland's largest city itself. Famous for its stunning Victorian architecture and its roguish humour, 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.

Glasgow is well known for its curries, having won the Curry Capital of Britain more than any other city in the UK, but you'll find a number of cuisines in the Glasgow's restaurants, including Italian, Scottish, Russian and Mongolian.

RECENT DINING REVIEWS

Nice cosy wee place that felt like a New York joint , great music , faultless breakfast & the best pancakes I've ever tasted. definitely go back
colin mccready - 24/04/2017
The food wes excellent,served hot and quickly, great value
mary ferrie - 24/04/2017
We booked here for a pretheatre deal before a concert and although we arrived at 6 pm we did not have time for coffee. It was busy, so maybe kitchen was overloaded. Food was good, but when I took a sweet instead of a starter I was charged extra for it.
Alistair Gunn - 24/04/2017
The interior was much nicer than the outside lead you to expect and was pleasantly busy. Food was excellent, waitresses pleasant and attentive.
Enid McPartlin - 24/04/2017
Great food, fast service and brilliant choice on set menu. Even had a special of salmon fillet as spaghetti, which I chose - delightful.
Ashleigh Cowan - 24/04/2017
This is a good deal if you like steak, in nice surroundings
christine wilson - 24/04/2017
We have always enjoyed cafe andaluz and the staff are great but on this occasion I was slightly disappointed with the food, I thought it was quite bland, maybe different chef?
Jill Sneddon - 24/04/2017

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.

INSIDER'S VIEW

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Top restaurant offers in Glasgow City Centre

  • £12.95£12.95 for afternoon teaBrasserie on George Square - Millennium Hotel Book
  • £14.95£14.95 pre concert buffetIndia Quay Book
  • £16.95£16.95 for 2 courses on evening menuBarolo Grill Book
  • £11.95£11.95 for 2 courses on a la carte menuBath Street Palomino Book
  • £15Spend £15 dining on a la carte menu + complimentary glass of wineCubatas Tapas Bar & Restaurant Book
  • £8£8 for 2 courses on the lunch/pre theatre menu + wine Yesbar Book
  • £32.50£32.50 for 3 courses on set party menu29 - The Grill At The Square Book
  • £7.95£7.95 for 2 courses on lunch menuCossachok Restaurant Book
  • £10£10 for a Sunday roastMini Grill Book
  • £6.95£6.95 for 1 course on lunch menuBavaria Brauhaus Book

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