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11 Brunswick Street, EH7 5JB
New Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: British, Scottish, Modern
11 Brasserie @ No 11 is a stylish, Scottish restaurant in the classical setting of a Grade “A” listed Georgian townhouse, on Brunswick Street in the heart of Edinburgh. Ideally located for the Edinburgh Playhouse, the relaxed, welcoming ambience of the restaurant make it the perfect venue for friends to catch up over a light lunch or fine dining evening meal.
1a Dock Place, EH6 6LU
Cuisine: Scottish, Modern
Along with its sister restaurant in the West End, A room in Leith seafood and game bistro bar offers Scottish bistro dishes at affordable prices. Informal and friendly, the Leith restaurant sits by the waterside on Dock Place.
26 William Street, EH3 7NH
West End, Edinburgh
Along with its sister restaurant in Leith, A Room in the West End offers Scottish bistro dishes at affordable prices. Informal and friendly, the West End restaurant is underneath the vibrant Teuchters’ Bar.
54 Calton Entry, G40 2SB
East End, Glasgow
Cuisine: British, Seafood, Modern
A’Challtainn is an award-winning seafood restaurant and cocktail bar in the heart of Barras Art and Design at the Barras. It is pronounced A Cawl Tain, after the Gaelic for Calton. As well as being the name for this part of Glasgow, it also means the hazel wood. The restaurant is on a mezzanine level overlooking the BAaD courtyard. The cocktail bar nestles under the restaurant and provides views of the chefs at work.
Lochside House Hotel & Spa, KA18 4PN
East Ayrshire, Ayrshire & Arran
Cuisine: British, International, Modern
Afton Restaurant is part of the four star Lochside House Hotel, originally a shooting lodge for the Marquis of Bute. Close to New Cumnock, the hotel is set within 20 acres of land and overlooks The Loch of the Lowes. With glass walls and a wraparound terrace, the restaurant’s design means that diners can enjoy the magnificent views of the surrounding Ayrshire countryside. Inside, the decor is sleek, contemporary and airy. Afton Restaurant is as popular with local residents and visitors to the area as it is with hotel guests.
130 George Street, EH2 4JZ
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Modern
Based in the Principal Hotel, Baba is a mezze & charcoal grill restaurant combined with a cocktail bar. Promising flavours inspired by the Levant, diners can enjoy the taste of Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt and beyond. Playful colours, Persian rugs and all-round shabby chic decor (including bookcases) make this a great choice for casual dining.
8-12 John Dalton St, M2 6JP
City Centre, Manchester
Cuisine: British, Modern
The Manchester branch of Bill’s, situated in the heart of the city centre, has the same features known to fans of the restaurant chain: a casual but stylish decor with soft leather sofas, cosy booths, larger sharing tables, and an outdoor terrace. Their extensive menu serves contemporary European food with breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner available. Options include grilled sea bass fillets, slow cooked barbecue style pork ribs, and avocado, bacon and spinach salad.
129 Bath Street, G2 2SZ
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: European, Modern, Bistros & Brasseries
The Brasserie is part of the award-winning Arthouse Glasgow. A member of the Abode group, the Arthouse is a stylish townhouse hotel on Bath Street. A mix of stand-alone and banquette seating, large windows and designer lighting, the Brasserie is an airy, contemporary space for a drink, light meal or three course dinner. The hotel has an interesting past which is reflected in period features such as its gilded cage lift, gilt wallpaper and atrium waterfall.
1a Market Street, EH1 1DE
Old Town, Edinburgh
Where to start? Brewhemia is a Czech beer palace, kitchen, Italian caffè and Prosecco bar spread over several spectacular spaces. The Market Street venue opens for breakfast and pretty much offers all things to everybody until late at night. The ‘brew’ of Brewhemia might mark the venue out as bloke-friendly. And it is. But it also appeals to couples, families and groups of women. With regular live entertainment, DJs, a novelty photo booth, tank beer, cocktails and Champagne plus a selection of spaces that run from a sleek Boudoir to the Beer Palace, Brewhemia has a space for all people and all occasions.
193 - 199 Bath Street, G2 4HU
Cuisine: British, Modern, Bar Food
Bunker is a stylish restaurant hangout situated in the middle of one of Glasgow’s busiest streets.
113-115 George Street, EH2 4JN
Cuisine: Modern, Pizza
Promising diner-style dishes for the Instagram age, Candy Bar serves up fresh, fast and feel-good food from lunch till late. Part of the award-winning Montpeliers group, the drinks menu includes forward-thinking cocktails, carefully selected wines and a host of hoppy treasures from craft breweries across the UK. The interior is a plush, grownup diner space decked out in shades of copper, silver and violet with comfy booths and nifty pink chairs. Regular pizza & prosecco specials, quiz nights and DJs on a Friday and Saturday all add fizz to the atmosphere.
Loch Melfort Hotel & Restaurant, PA34 4XG
Oban & Surrounding, Argyll & Bute
Chartoom II Bistro is a relaxed, seafood restaurant within the Loch Melfort Hotel, overlooking the stunning Asknish Bay.
Malmaison, G2 4LL
Cuisine: British, International, Mediterranean
Chez Mal Brasserie is in Glasgow’s Malmaison hotel. The building was originally a Greek Orthodox church and the atmospheric restaurant sits in what used to be the crypt. As well as the main dining room, there are three intimate private dining rooms.
1 Tower Place, EH6 7BZ
Cuisine: Modern, Bistros & Brasseries
Housed in the eye-catching Malmaison hotel on Tower Place, the Chez Mal restaurant enjoys spectacular views over the Port of Leith. Given a smart refurbishment in 2016, the dining room has a sleek, contemporary look and light, spacious feel. The new look bar is a hip hangout with craft beers and innovative cocktails while the waterfront terrace is always popular when the sun makes an appearance.
2nd Floor, Princes Square, G1 3JN
Cuisine: Scottish, Modern, Tearooms & Desserts
Located on the second floor of Princes Square on Glasgow’s Buchanan Street, Cranachan is an inviting mix of modern design and locally-produced food. Antler chandeliers and walls decorated by Glasgow’s famous Timorous Beasties design studio confidently set the stage for the contemporary Scottish cuisine served in Cranachan.
17 Main Street, G71 7ES
Uddingston & Bothwell, Lanarkshire
Cuisine: French, Seafood, Modern
Creme de la Creme is a modern bistro serving up fresh, quality, locally sourced dishes with a French twist. As well as hearty mains, you can also drop by for a coffee, elegant patisserie cake, ice cream or even freshly made lolly. The stripped brickwork and simple decor is a blend of industrial chic and cheerfully rustic, with leather sofas and a fireplace adding to the cosiness. In short, Creme de la Creme would be equally suited to a casual meal or a gossipy catch-up over macaroons. Please note that the restaurant is BYOB.
28 Queen Street, EH2 1JX
Cuisine: French, Scottish, Modern
Part of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society, The Dining Room at 28 Queen Street serves some of the capital’s finest food. Situated on the first floor of the Society’s townhouse, the elegant dining room enjoys views over Queen Street Gardens and the New Town. Along with spacious Georgian proportions, The Dining Room features bold contemporary furniture and striking, whisky-themed
art. Private dining rooms, a Charles Heidsieck Champagne table and the superb range of single cask whisky in the ground floor Kaleidoscope Bar add to the appeal.
311-313 Hope Street, G2 3PT
Cuisine: Chinese, Far Eastern, Thai
To label Dragon-I a Chinese restaurant doesn’t really do it justice. Located on Hope Street, Dragon-I offers dishes influenced by Malaysian, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, as well as the vast Chinese repertoire of cooking styles, and is best described as a contemporary Asian fusion restaurant.
112A Cowcaddens Road, G4 OHL
Cuisine: Greek, Mediterranean, Seafood
A brightly coloured city centre restaurant, EVOO specialises in serving up a variety of Mediterranean flavours, small plate style. Alternatively, you can drop by for brunch or a coffee, or relax with a cocktail, wine, beer or perfect serve gin. The restaurant’s closeness to the Theatre Royal makes it a handy pre-theatre option as well.
44 Main St, G62 6BU
Bearsden & Milngavie, Glasgow
Cuisine: Scottish, Vegetarian/Vegan, Modern
Milngavie’s Main Street plays host to Finsbay, an endearingly quirky restaurant, bar and café. Serving everything from breakfast through to dinner and cocktail nightcaps, it is a welcoming neighbourhood hangout.
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