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Latest Reviews


Mr Singh's India, Glasgow

Starter of Pakora was disappointing.Music too loud and unappealing. Decor cold. Staff were friendly and service very good. The venue is just...

Steak and Cherry, Glasgow

Great location for the Kings theatre. Good food, laid back atmosphere & great service.

Chaophraya Glasgow, Glasgow

I had the set lunch menu which offered plenty variety of choices. I eventually chose the Tofu Pad Thai Noodle which...

Rave Review

Rave Review - Sherbrooke Castle Hotel

Amazing service and welcome from moment entered the Sherbrooke. Beautiful setting in window alcove. Presentation of all food was faultless. Sandwich fillings had 4 different rounds of 2. Cakes and scones all Mouth-wateringly delicious. It was my mums first high tea and she loved it. Great value. Can't wait to return .
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Top Rated Restaurants

  • A cosy and well-established West End favourite offering quality food, friendly service and great value in relaxed surroundings.

  • Located on St Vincent Place, Atlantic Bar and Brasserie is a French restaurant on the lower ground floor, underneath sister restaurant The Anchor Line. Inspired by an early Glasgow pop-up restaurant which was built for the Empire Exhibition of 1938, Atlantic offers a contemporary French brasserie and bar in a sophisticated and glamorous vintage setting.

  • The Strathmore on Maryhill Road may date back to the 1870s but now looks as fresh as a daisy following a major refurbishment in the summer of 2015. As well as a complete and stylish modernisation of the interior, an airy glass extension and a sunny terrace have been added. A wood-burning stove will keep it all cosy in the winter while regular acoustic music acts and live sports mean that it will never be dull.

  • Prime Scottish seafood and steak account for the popularity of Glasgow’s City Merchant restaurant and since its establishment in 1988, it shows no sign of floundering. An atmospheric restaurant on Candleriggs in the centre of Glasgow’s fashionable Merchant City district, the City Merchant is pleasantly decked out with rustic wooden fittings and a subtle Celtic motif.