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105 Main Street, G71 7EW
Uddingston & Bothwell, Lanarkshire
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Spanish, Tapas
One of four Tinto Tapas Bars, this Uddingston branch is on Main Street. It is a cosy, welcoming spot for a cup of coffee and churros or a tapas feast with friends
138 Battlefield Road, G42 9JT
South Side, Glasgow
One of four Tinto Tapas Bars, this Southside branch on Battlefield Road is a cosy, welcoming spot for a cup of coffee and churros or a tapas feast with friends.
1 Hunter Street, G74 4LZ
East Kilbride, Lanarkshire
One of four Tinto Tapas Bars, this branch is on Hunter Street in The Village in East Kilbride. It is a cosy, welcoming spot for a cup of coffee and churros or a tapas feast with friends.
80 Miller Street, G1 1DT
Merchant City, Glasgow
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Spanish
The Spanish Butcher is on Miller Street in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. Spanish design and cuisine are riding high at the moment and The Spanish Butcher does both with verve and imagination. Designer lamps, a loft-style dining room split into several sections and an eye-level viewing window into the kitchen make for a theatrical dining space. The service is as deft as the welcome is warm.
Radstone Hotel, ML9 2TZ
Cuisine: British, Mediterranean
Tucked away in rural Lanarkshire, within the picturesque Clyde Valley, The Opal Restaurant is part of the Radstone Hotel. A restaurant and lounge set around a centrepiece bar, the space has a modern, contemporary feel and is open from breakfast through to dinner. Large glass panels framing fantastic views of the Clyde valley make every meal here a picture.
255 Bury New Road, M25 9PB
Cuisine: British, European, Mediterranean
The Dotted Note devotes as much care to its atmosphere as it does to its food. That’s why the music is chosen as thoughtfully as the menu, with the aim of creating a relaxed dining vibe that’s as cosy as it is cool.
The menu serves up fresh, contemporary European comfort food that combines playfulness with heartiness. Flavours taking a starring role, so expect mouth-tingling combinations galore. This is the place to sample classic dishes served with a creative twist.
The Dotted Note is decorated in black and white to mimic sheet music, amplifying the artsy feel. Live musicians are a big feature here, so your meal might even be accompanied by the soothing sounds of acoustic guitar.
19 Shore Place, EH6 6SW
Situated in a refurbished warehouse building, Tapa is an atmospheric Spanish tapas restaurant on Shore Place in Edinburgh’s Leith. The welcoming, vaulted interior combines a classic bodega feel with traditional Spanish colours, old film posters, exposed stone and fairy lights wrapped around iron pillars. Friendly staff make for a relaxed atmosphere. A good selection of Spanish gins and sherries complements a wine list which draws on both the finest and other, less known and sometimes under appreciated, Spanish grape varietals.
609 Wilbraham Rd, M21 9AN
near Manchester, Manchester
Cuisine: International, Mediterranean, Turkish
The recently refurbished Saray Cafe, Bar and Restaurant aims to serve up an authentic Turkish dining experience in both its food and atmosphere. Dishes are freshly prepared to order and include specially selected, quality ingredients. The restaurant is bright and airy, with splashes of colour from rainbow lamps on the walls. Saray’s outdoor seating means that you can enjoy dining al fresco if the weather is fine. This would be a friendly, cheerful spot for a relaxed meal with family or friends.
1116 Argyle Street, G3 8TD
West End, Glasgow
Rioja is a new Spanish restaurant in Finnieston, and is ideally located for the SECC, Clyde Auditorium and the Scottish Hydro. The restaurant is child-friendly and has disabled access.
103 High Riggs, EH3 9RP
New Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Italian, Mediterranean
Piccolino is a well-praised Italian bistro in Edinburgh’s Tollcross, just a stroll away from the King’s Theatre. Filled with rustic, country Italian touches, it is a cosy and relaxing space for a meal. It has also been picking up awards left, right and centre. After being named ‘Scotland’s Best Newcomer’ in 2018, it has since gone on to win ‘Best Italian Restaurant in Edinburgh 2019’, and ‘Scotland’s Best Pasta 2019’. In other words, it is definitely worth popping down for a meal to sample the first class fare.
394 Morningside Road, EH10 5HX
Haymarket, Gorgie & Dalry, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Italian, Mediterranean, Seafood
Mia Italian Kitchen on Morningside Road is the younger sister to the Mia restaurant on Dalry Road. A family-run restaurant, it attracts friends meeting for coffee, cake and a catch-up; resting lunchtime shoppers and couples out for dinner. It is especially welcoming to families and children are offered freshly cooked, smaller portions of adult dishes.
28A Tunnel Street, G3 8HL
Cuisine: Greek, International, Mediterranean
Mezze is a Mediterranean rooftop restaurant on the top floor of the iconic Rotunda complex. Enjoying spectacular views of the River Clyde and Glasgow, the split level venue has an intimate dining area with luxurious booths and rustic tables. There is a laidback bar area under the Rotunda rooftop where olive trees provide a dreamy oasis for cocktails or a quiet glass of wine. Open all day from noon to late, Mezze is all about relaxed casual dining.
372 Morningside Road, EH10 5HS
South Side, Edinburgh
Cuisine: British, French, Mediterranean
Maison Bleue Le Bistrot is the sister restaurant of the iconic Victoria Street Maison Bleue. Although the bistro aims to bring a touch of authentic Parisian cafe culture to Morningside, the menu is also delightfully eclectic with various Scottish and global influences.
36-38 Victoria Street, EH1 2JW
Old Town, Edinburgh
Maison Bleue is a vibrant bistro on Victoria Street in Edinburgh’s Old Town serving French, North African, Asian and traditional Scottish cuisine. The historic blue building has been a local dining fixture since 1998. Inside, you will find an eclectic interior of 15th century archways, victorian stairways and hidden corners, which mirrors the variety of the menu.
1-3 Canal Street, PA4 8QE
Luna Rossa is on Canal Street in Renfrew. A cocktail bar and Italian bistro, the venture comes from the same family that have run the well established and award-winning Piccolo Mondo restaurants.
9 Radnor Street, G3 7UA
Cuisine: European, French, Mediterranean
Le Petit Cochon is a wine bar and bistro in Glasgow’s hip Finnieston. Soft lighting, candles, fairy lights and exposed brick walls create a cosy and welcoming space. The restaurant serves European dishes, brunch and small plates. Its wine bar boasts an extensive selection and recommended pairings can be advised to be served alongside the dishes.
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.
103-105 Dalry Road, EH11 2AB
La Casa Edinburgh’s Dalry serves an intriguing mix of Spanish and Greek tapas dishes. It is run by a young family who source ingredients from only top suppliers to ensure authenticity. Regular performances from a Spanish band and flamenco dancer result in a lively festive atmosphere reminiscent of flamenco bars of Andalucia.
161 West Nile Street, G1 2RL
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: French, Mediterranean, Bistros & Brasseries
Since opening in 1975, La Bonne Auberge in Glasgow’s city centre has been a popular spot for fans of French and Mediterranean style food. Proud holder of an AA Rosette, La Bonne Auberge has pleased generations of Glasgow diners, especially pre-show visitors to the nearby theatre district.
161 Hope Street, G2 2UQ
Cuisine: European, Greek, Mediterranean
Decked out in the jaunty colours of the Greek flag, Halloumi is a Greek-Cypriot mezze restaurant on Hope Street. A bright, cheery space, it is a friendly spot for a quick lunch, a pre-theatre bite or a lively evening meal with friends.
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