About Fratelli Sarti (Wellington Street)
Fab little restaurant
We had a great night at Sartis! The atmosphere, service and food were all great. When we arrived our table wasn't ready but we were served complimentary prosecco and delicious garlic bread while we waited, really nice touch. The 5pm menu was varied and terrific value for a Saturday night. Will be booking again
Lovely atmosphere staff very attentive food great value and authentic perfect
For casual dining experience already booked a return visit
Bustling Italian restaurant in Glasgow city centre
Located just around the corner from the Bath Street branch, Sarti Wellington Street is a lively Italian restaurant, popular for its deli style atmosphere and classic, patriotic interior. With hanging meats and Italian flags, Fratelli Sarti offers a little taste of Italy in the heart of Glasgow. From 8am in the morning, the restaurant is bustling with customers enjoying a meeting place before, during and after working hours.
Takeaway dishes available, Italian specialities
The traditional Tuscan-style Italian cuisine available at Fratelli Sarti Wellington Street is popular with Glasgow’s diners, with a large range of pizza, pasta, antipasti, salad and meat dishes. Guests can also take home the likes of the salsiccia Toscana, cheeses such as gorgonzola and dolcelatte, and a selection of Italian pastries and biscuits.
Italian coffees and toasts, croissants and fresh juice are available early morning, and from lunchtime, the likes of risotto, pizza and pan fried chicken breast in marsala sauce become available for the wider appetite. With plenty of Italian dishes available, guests will not struggle to locate a meal to their standards.
City centre location, bus & taxi points available
Wellington Street, housing Fratelli Sarti’s cosy Italian restaurant, is an ideal location for guests looking for bus and taxi links to and from Glasgow’s city centre. Just off Bath Street, Fratelli Sarti Wellington Street is in an ideal location for customers looking for after dinner drinks, and is close to Buchanan and Sauchiehall Street, where the vast number of shops can accommodate those wishing to shop until they drop and enjoy a bite to eat afterwards.