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5 & 9 Byres Road, G11 5RD
West End, Glasgow
Cuisine: Chinese, Far Eastern, Tapas
Banana Leaf is on Byres Road in Glasgow’s West End. A sophisticated Malaysian Chinese restaurant, it has a stylish lounge area for pre-dinner drinks, cocktails and digestifs. The dining room enjoys flatteringly dim lighting and a feature wall decorated with a banana leaf pattern. Banana Leaf is smart and intimate but offers a relaxed atmosphere and friendly welcome whether you are visiting for a date or a family dinner. There is a city centre branch on Cambridge Street.
11 Mitchell Lane, G1 3NU
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: Chinese, Far Eastern, Japanese
Discretely tucked away down Mitchell Lane, Glasgow’s Bar Soba is a trendy restaurant and bar that ensures its customers have a good time whether they have come for some fresh pan-Asian food, a cocktail master class or simply for a drink and some top tunes at one of the regular Bar Soba club nights.
150 Commercial Street, EH6 6LB
Cuisine: Far Eastern, Indian, Thai
Named after the Royal Yacht Britannia which is berthed nearby, Britannia Spice is located in a former whisky warehouse on Commercial Street. The restaurant itself is in ship-shape condition; immaculately clean with rope ladders and ships’ helms carefully chosen to accentuate the maritime theme. Child-friendly and wheelchair accessible, Britannia Spice serves multi-ethnic cuisine with dishes from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Thailand. An AA Rosette for culinary excellence is the latest in a long line of awards.
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.
71-77 Byres Road, G11 5HN
Cuisine: Far Eastern, Japanese, Southeast Asian
Embargo is a sleek eating and drinking spot on Byres Road. Promising the vibrant flavours of Australasia and East Asia, you can sample creative small plates that are both healthy and indulgent. Botanical cocktails and a resident DJ every Thursday, Friday and Saturday make this a lively spot to dine.
122 Rose Street South Lane, EH2 4BB
New Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Far Eastern
Hakataya is a hip sushi and noodle joint in Edinburgh’s New Town. Geometric shelving, bronze light fittings and wooden tables and flooring create a stylish space to dine in. The restaurant’s menu is made up of traditional Japanese dishes and drinks.
10 Gillespie Place, EH10 4HS
Cuisine: Far Eastern, Japanese, Sushi
Grown out of a street food business, Harajuku Kitchen is an informal and sunny Japanese restaurant. The sushi and sashimi may be the stars but the other sections of the menu have much to recommend. The noodle soups and noodle stir fries are always popular while others prefer dishes like the teriyaki chicken; panko-breaded pork with Japanese curry or the mixed tempura. The popcorn flavoured green tea is fun.
7 Bernard Street, EH6 6PW
Miss Woo’s is a quirky bar on Bernard Street in Leith. Should you need a banana satay daiquiri or a Miso Lucky cocktail then Miss Woo’s will do the do. If craft beer is more your thing, they can also take care of that as well as offering an appealing selection of Asian street food. Geisha murals, dim lighting and cool sounds give Miss Woo’s an inviting underground feel.
87-89 Newhaven Road, EH6 5QJ
Cuisine: Chinese, Far Eastern, Vegetarian/Vegan
Edinburgh is well served for Thai restaurants but there is less opportunity to try dishes from its nearby neighbour. Seasons Vietnamese Restaurant on Newhaven Road is helping to change that. If you have ever wondered what people eat in Hanoi’s Old Quarter, now is your chance to find out. As with many of the noodle shops of Vietnam’s capital, the decor at Seasons Vietnamese Restaurant is functional rather than plush.
44 Candlemaker Row, EH1 2QE
Old Town, Edinburgh
Slurp at the Kirk is a Japanese restaurant in Edinburgh’s Old Town. Proprietor and chef Tang Qun learned his craft in Japan where he was trained by a ramen master. The restaurant has a casual, funky decor with Ukiyo-e wall murals, bright orange furnishings and wooden tables. The menu at Slurp at the Kirk features a wide range of traditional Japanese dishes like sushi, bento and tempura.
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