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59 Elmbank Street, opposite King's Theatre, G2 4PQ
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: Italian, Pizza, Pasta
A Little Taste of Italy is a cosy and lively restaurant in Glasgow city centre, near the Kings Theatre and offering authentic Italian cuisine made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients.
60 Main Street, PA11 3AB
Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire
Traditional Italian, heart warming food in a cosy modern, yet traditional restaurant.
47 Gateside Street, ML3 7JG
Cuisine: European, Italian
Launched in 2019, Amoreish is a family-friendly, Scots Italian restaurant on Gateside Street in Hamilton. Along with a cheery, modern decor, it offers a warm welcome and a variety of menus to suit most occasions. On some weekends, there are entertainers and tribute acts to enhance the ambience.
305 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3HQ
Opened in Glasgow city centre in 1997, Cafe Antipasti’s menu has made it a busy little place ever since. A relaxed, friendly restaurant, Cafe Antipasti makes the most of its Sauchiehall Street location by drawing in visitors to the nearby theatres, music venues and Glasgow’s top selection of ever tempting shops.
7 Hunter Street, G74 4LZ
East Kilbride, Lanarkshire
Promising exceptional Italian food with impeccable service, Arigo is based in East Kilbride’s dining hub of The Village. Vivid turquoise banquette seating, wooden tables and tiled flooring all combine to create a vibe that’s both stylish and rustic. The thoughtful wine menu showcases labels from different regions of Italy and also includes environmentally conscious choices.
73 Broughton Street, EH1 3RJ
New Town, Edinburgh
Asti is a casual Italian restaurant and cafe on Edinburgh’s ever lively Broughton Street. Open from morning to night, it serves coffee and cakes, lunch, after work drinks and evening meals. A bustling cafe space out front leads through to a slightly quieter dining room which looks out over leafy gardens.
561 Dumbarton Road, G11 6HU
West End, Glasgow
Cuisine: Italian, Pizza
With its tiled walls and stripped floors, BASTA’s fashionably low-key decor keeps the focus firmly on the gourmet pizzas on offer. Authenticity is a core value, with various ingredients being imported directly from Italy, including Polselli flour, Strianese tomatoes and extra virgin olive oil. Otherwise, much of the fresh produce is sourced as close to home as possible, including from the Sandy Road Community Garden around the corner.
55 Battlefield Road, G42 9JL
South Side, Glasgow
Cuisine: Italian, Seafood, Pizza
Originally a tram station and dating back to 1915, Battlefield Rest is now a popular, family-run Italian restaurant on Battlefield Road. A B-listed building on a traffic island, its unique looks and interior have long endeared it to local residents and it is fair to say that it is something of a local landmark. Well loved, it is the sort of welcoming and familiar Italian bistro that every neighbourhood should have.
87 Dundyvan Road, ML5 1EA
Cuisine: Italian, Modern
Based on Dundyvan Road, Bocca Bar & Restaurant is a popular casual dining spot serving up Italian cuisine. The decor is sleek and stylish, with exposed stonework, a cosy stove and plenty of banquette seating. The menu features all of the Italian favourites that you would expect, plus a few contemporary surprises.
111 Main Street, G71 7EW
Uddingston & Bothwell, Lanarkshire
Cuisine: British, Italian, Seafood
Boh’ Cucina is an Italian restaurant on Uddingston’s Main Street. With an interior of exposed brick walls, pendant lighting and a ceiling vine, it is a stylish place to dine. Classic Italian dishes, a bright and airy space and welcoming staff make it an ideal option for couples, families and groups of friends.
620 Alexandra Parade, G31 3BT
East End, Glasgow
Celino’s Italian is an award-winning family run restaurant on Alexandra Parade east of Glasgow’s city centre. The owners insist on only selling food they would eat themselves and this ensures the quality that keeps people coming back.
57 Elmbank Street, G2 4PQ
Cuisine: Italian, Tapas
Love tapas but love pasta too? No need to be torn anymore because Dolce Vita offers the best of both worlds. Based in the city centre near the King’s Theatre, you can head there to sample the spuntini (Italian small plate) selection. Inside, the decor is rustically sleek, with rough stone walls, wooden floors and an open fire creating a pleasantly unfussy vibe.
85 Glasgow Road, G72 7DW
Cambuslang & Rutherglen, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, Italian
Formerly an Italian dining spot, Fratelli Brasserie now serves up freshly prepared Scottish, European and global food in a welcoming atmosphere. As the space is large, it’s ideal for group bookings and special celebrations.
42 Renfield Street, G2 1NE
Relaxed, informal Italian dining in a beautiful 1890’s building.
133 Wellington Street, G2 2XD
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.
192 Morrison Street, EH3 8EB
Promising devilishly good beer and pizza, Froth & Flame is a tasty new addition to Haymarket. With a genuine Italian wood-fired oven and a menu of pizzas and platters, diners can wash down their food with a range of craft and International brews.
79 Hanover Street, EH2 1EE
Cuisine: Italian, Mediterranean, Bar Food
Cocktail bar & Mediterranean kitchen Edinburgh city centre
Grand Cru is a stylish and buzzing cocktail bar and kitchen on Hanover Street, Edinburgh. Just off the George Street party circuit, it is a popular spot for lunching workers and shoppers as well as the evening post-work or pre-club crowd. Brunches, coffees and cakes fill in any snacking opportunities in between the main meals of the day. A small patio adds to Grand Cru’s appeal during the warmer months.
16 Bothwell Street, G2 6NU
Cuisine: Italian, Seafood, Modern
Taking its cue from the grand cafés of Europe, Gusto is a rather handsome Italian restaurant and café on Bothwell Street. As well as a beautiful Art Deco style island bar, it has eye-catching feature lighting, lovely booths and a terrace dining area which is much sought after on fine days.
2 Paisley Road West, G51 1LE
Cuisine: Italian, Mediterranean, Pizza
Italian restaurants dominate Glasgow’s restaurant scene but La Fiorentina does something a little different. Using a range of Mediterranean influences (with an emphasis on Tuscany) and fresh Scottish ingredients like beef, lamb and veal the food doesn’t stop with the usual pasta and pizza. Matching the diversity of the food, there’s a range of menus available, like pre-theatre and three courses as well as different dining areas to choose from. The surroundings reflect the authenticity of the food, with a warm and intimate atmosphere.
447 Great Western Road, G12 8HH
A city centre institution for two decades, La Lanterna’s fairly recent arrival on Great Western Road has been a welcome addition to the West End. Decorated in soft whites and pale greys, the cosy stripped wood interior has an airy, rustic chic vibe. Classic and classy Italian might be the best way to describe the extensive menus, with fresh, quality cuisine being the focus.
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