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  • Browns Bar & Brasserie

    1 George Square, G2 1DY

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, European, International

    About Browns Bar & Brasserie

    Classic brasserie in city centre
    With the first Browns opening in 1973, this family of classic brasseries has had plenty of time to polish its offer. Stylish, timeless interiors; smartly turned out staff and simple but well sourced and prepared dishes are key. Located in the old General Post Office building on George Square, the Browns Brasserie and Bar in Glasgow fits the mould neatly. A live pianist keeps the atmosphere sparkling on a Sunday from 3pm – 6pm.

  • Charcoals Cafe

    74 Trongate, G1 5EP

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Indian, Traditional

    About Charcoals Cafe

    Charcoals Cafe on Glasgow’s Trongate is the little brother to the more established and multi-award-winning Charcoals on Renfield Street.

  • Cossachok Restaurant

    10 King Street, G1 5QP

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: International, Russian, Traditional

    About Cossachok Restaurant

    Cafe Cossachok has a distinctly bohemian feel with it’s rustic heavy wood tables and walls simply painted in red and hung with a few pictures.

  • Gailes Hotel - Zest Restaurant

    Marine Drive, KA11 5AE

    Irvine, Ayrshire & Arran

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Vegetarian/Vegan

    About Gailes Hotel - Zest Restaurant

    A short walk from the popular Gailes beach, The Gailes Hotel is on Marine Drive in between Irvine and Troon. A family-owned, four-star luxury hotel with golf and spa facilities, it has a welcoming bar and restaurant called Zest. Warm walnut and gorgeous soft furnishings create a modern, contemporary look inside the restaurant. When the sun is shining, the comfortable seating of the outside terraces provides an elegant setting for a glass of wine or cold beer. The Gailes Hotel is part of the SimpsInns group.

  • Ingram Street Coffee House

    201 Ingram Street, G1 1DQ

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, European, Traditional

    About Ingram Street Coffee House

    Ingram Street Coffee House is in Glasgow’s vibrant centre. The bar’s tables have large windows looking onto the city centre bustle of Ingram Street while the brasserie is set on a more discreet mezzanine level. It features a modern, streamlined decor and offers a welcoming space for dinner, a pre-theatre meal, a working lunch or anything in between.

  • Knock Castle - Restaurant and Bar

    Drummond Terrace, PH7 4AN

    Crieff, Perth & Kinross

    Cuisine: European, Traditional, Bar Food

    About Knock Castle - Restaurant and Bar

    Knock Castle Hotel in Crieff enjoys fantastic views over the town and out to the rolling hills of Perthshire. Sitting in its own woodlands grounds, the hotel is on Drummond Terrace in a quiet neighbourhood of Crieff.

  • Monteiths Bar & Bistro

    3 Helena Place, Busby Road, G76 7RB

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, European, Traditional

    About Monteiths Bar & Bistro

    Open all day, Monteiths Bar & Bistro serves brunch, lunch and gourmet pub meals, as well as Sunday roasts. The interior is stylish and airy with wood panelling, banquette seating and hanging greenery.

    You can dine with a view of the open kitchen and watch the chefs busy at work or alternatively, gaze out of the full-length windows. In the bar area, multiple TVs mean that you need never miss a moment of that night’s sporting event.

  • The Butterfly And The Pig

    153 Bath Street, G2 4SQ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Traditional

    About The Butterfly And The Pig

    Part of an expanding family of venues, The Butterfly and the Pig is a quirky bar and kitchen on Bath Street. With mismatched furniture, distressed wallpaper and vintage crockery, it has an endearingly laidback ambience.

  • The Cellar Door

    44-46 George The IV Bridge, EH1 1EJ

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Scottish, Modern, Traditional

    About The Cellar Door

    Tucked away under George IV Bridge, The Cellar Door is a welcoming Scottish restaurant. Once a printing press, the split-level dining room is decorated in a jaunty style with feature lighting and a sleek set of designer stairs leading to the mezzanine. Look out for the 21st century take on the mounted stag head.

  • The Ivory Hotel

    2-4 Camphill Avenue, G41 3AY

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional

    About The Ivory Hotel

    Stylish hotel dining with a Scottish twist on the South Side

    Housed in an elegant Victorian townhouse overlooking Queen’s Park, the Ivory Hotel offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus served in the airy conservatory or the elegant and intimate restaurant with some booth seating. Everything is prepared freshly each day, with an emphasis on using the finest seasonal and locally-sourced produce wherever possible.

  • The Prancing Stag

    1a Ashwood Gardens, G13 1NX

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, European, French

    About The Prancing Stag

    The Prancing Stag is a family-owned restaurant offering up a menu of Scottish food with an international inspiration. Inside, the atmosphere is cosy and welcoming. The menu is complemented by a carefully selected wine list.

  • VISTA at Gleddoch

    Gleddoch Hotel, Spa & Golf, PA14 6YE

    Paisley & Renfrewshire, Near Glasgow

    Cuisine: Scottish, Traditional

    About VISTA at Gleddoch

    Vista restaurant is part of Gleddoch golf and spa resort by Langbank. Once the home of the shipping baron, Sir William Lithgow, Gleddoch sits in over 360 acres of countryside. The aptly named Vista restaurant has gorgeous views of the River Clyde, Ben Lomond and the rolling hills of Renfrewshire. The hotel had a multi-million pound refurbishment at the end of 2016/beginning of 2017 and it looks as spectacular as its surroundings.