About Jamie's Italian - Glasgow
Third visit to Jamie's Italian ... absolutely delicious food!!
Magnificent food, meat plank sensational, loved it.
Highly recommend the prawn linguine, succulent prawns and plenty of them!
Staff are a delight, attentive and no request is too much bother!
Try Jamie's, you'll be back!!
Jamie's Italian, nice restaurant
Two course meal deal for two was tasty and good value. We ordered a dessert each as an extra, tiramisu and lemon & ricotta cheesecake but unfortunately found both to be bland and didn't enjoy. Bottle of red wine was nice. Our servers were very nice and efficient. The style of restaurant is quite open and canteen like which probably suits larger groups but if quiet does not provide much atmosphere. Our first visit to Jamie's but we would return.
Italian restaurant in the heart of Glasgow City Centre
The grand old GPO building in George Square is the Glasgow location of Jamie’s Italian, the restaurant group launched by eponymous celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver.
A partnership between Jamie and his mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo, Jamie’s Italian serves rustic Italian cuisine in a vast and buzzing space in the heart of Glasgow city centre.
Fresh Italian dishes
Jamie’s Italian has won thousands of fans for its delicious and affordable food since launching their first restaurant in Oxford in May 2008.
The Jamie’s Italian menu is based on dishes you’d find people eating all over Italy, made with care but delivered without fuss. The family-friendly restaurants are all about serving up rustic, Italian food made using the best possible ingredients.
All pasta is made freshly in-house every day, with seasonal twists putting a distinctly Jamie Oliver take on classic Italian cooking. Specialities include the famous antipasti planks which incorporate the finest Italian cured meats and cheeses.
There is also a separate bar offering a wide range of cocktails, vintage wines and nibbles.
Glasgow city centre transport and attractions
Jamie’s Italian Glasgow is on George Square in Glasgow city centre. The city’s main transport hubs at Queen Street and Central Station are both within a five minute walk. There is limited on-street parking as well as pay parking at North Hanover Street.
The restaurant is near many of the attractions of Glasgow city centre, including the Royal Concert Halls, Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow Green and all the shopping opportunities of Buchanan Street.