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163 West Nile Street, G1 2RL
City Centre, Glasgow
Di Maggio’s Theatreland is close to Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall and is popular with audience members and performers alike. The restaurant’s proximity to other venues also make Di Maggio’s Theatreland a magnet for cinema and theatre-goers looking to enjoy a pre- or post-show meal.
268 Clarkston Road, G44 3EA
South Side, Glasgow
A mainstay of Indian cuisine in Glasgow’s south side since 1991, Ashoka provides great Indian cuisine in a relaxed, cosy atmosphere. The restaurant is located on Clarkston Road and serves traditional Indian dishes in a relaxed, welcoming setting. Child-friendly with highchairs and a children’s menu available, Ashoka Southside has stylish look and a combination of booths and tables where patrons can comfortably enjoy their meals.
192 Morrison Street, EH3 8EB
New Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Scottish, Gastro Pub
Froth & Flame is a gastropub in Edinburgh’s Haymarket, where you can experience a variety of dishes and wash down food with a range of craft and International brews.
217 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3EX
Cuisine: British, Scottish, Traditional
So much more than an iconic afternoon tea spot, Mackintosh at the Willow is a fully restored restaurant offering gourmet main courses, sharing platters and cocktails. Step inside this Sauchiehall Street landmark and you will be whisked back into the Art Nouveau elegance of 1903, with dreamy decor and furnishings by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. As well as this, the history exhibition, souvenir shop and tours mean that you can turn your visit into an occasion.
81 Holyrood Road, EH8 8AU
Old Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: British, Scottish, Seafood
Based in the 4-star Macdonald Holyrood Hotel, Surf & Turf serves up classic ingredients from farm and sea with a twist of fully packed flavouring. Using only the finest in locally sourced meat and fish, the focus is on elegant simplicity. This means that world-renowned Aberdeen Angus beef and hand-dived North Atlantic scallops will both be jostling for your attention on the menu (and, most likely, on your plate as well).
20 Princes Street, EH2 2AN
With its illuminated glass-fronted exterior, Juniper on Princes Street makes a very stylish first impression. Inside, you will find an imaginative cocktail spot offering city skyline views, plush purple seating and an engraved wooden bar. Alternatively, you can cosy up in the quieter Library area with its big picture windows, comfy chairs and original fireplace.
14 High Street, EH18 1ND
South East Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Italian, Pasta
Based in a charming village outside Edinburgh, Luci’s serves up Italian cuisine and cocktails in a setting overlooking the River Esk. Beyond its rustic stone walls is a sleek, minimalist interior with cheerful splashes of lemon yellow and a welcoming feel. Views of the river make for a relaxing dining experience.
24 Candleriggs, G1 1LD
Merchant City, Glasgow
After the success of its sister restaurant in Stirling, Green Gates is now bringing home-style, regional Indian cuisine to the Merchant City. Situated on Candleriggs, the restaurant offers an intimate, candlelit space with splashes of tartan. Diners can sample flavours from both North and South India, cooked up by a head chef who has trained extensively in India.
3 Helena Place, Busby Road, G76 7RB
Cuisine: British, European, Traditional
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.
38 High Street, PA1 2DQ
Cuisine: Gastro Pub
The Ugly Duck is a swish bar on Paisley High Street serving up stomach-filling dishes. Classic chequered floors, jazzy wallpaper and comfy banquette seating all make this a bright and breezy hangout for enjoying a meal. Live sports TV keeps things buzzing.
22 St Andrew Square, EH2 1AY
Based at the landmark St. Andrew Square, Chez Mal Edinburgh City serves up French-inspired cuisine within Malmaison hotel. The interior is sumptuous, with banquette seating in deep teal velvet, design-led lighting and hanging greenery.
Despite the voguish vibe, the brasserie setting means that it’s all very relaxed too. This means that you can make a beeline here for a casual meal, special occasion dinner or leisurely Sunday lunch.
Royal Exchange Square, G1 3AB
Cuisine: British, Seafood, Modern
Glaschu offers modern Scottish fine dining and a sophisticated bar area in Royal Exchange Square.
Based in the historic Western Club building, the kitchen is run by chef Dion Scott, who honed his skills in Heston Blumenthal’s kitchens. He promises a menu rooted in Scottish history, cuisine and cooking, with added International influences.
The dishes make the most of local produce, including Gigha halibut and Loch Tay trout from local fishmonger Bernard Corrigan; crustaceans and oysters from Finnieston’s Stuart Wilson, and beef from Lanarkshire farms.
19 Gateside Street, ML3 7HT
Cuisine: Spanish, Tapas
Promising ‘Spain on your doorstep’, Sangria Tapas Bar is a rustic, taverna-style restaurant with stone walls, wooden tables and vibrant splashes of red.
Beyond tapas, you can sample an extensive menu of Spanish classics influenced by popular modern cuisine, plus a few signature dishes as well. There is also a fair range of veggie and gluten-free options.
1348 Maryhill Road, G20 9DG
West End, Glasgow
Divans Darbar is an authentic licensed Indian restaurant that prides itself on great service. The team’s vision is to offer up a distinctive dining experience featuring fresh and unique flavours. Diners can choose from a combination of classic curries, regional specialities and pan-Asian cuisine.
10 Clarendon Street, G20 7QD
Tucked away up a cobbled residential street in St. George’s Cross, Raunak Raseel has the feeling of being a secret find.
The kitchen team are devoted to bringing authentic Indian cooking to the Glasgow curry scene, using only traditional recipes and fresh, wholesome ingredients. The tapas-sized portions give you a chance to sample the wide variety of menu items on offer.
Inside, you will find simple, laidback decor that keeps your attention focused firmly on the flavours on the plate.
363 Argyle Street, G2 8LT
Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional
The Duke’s Umbrella is a characterful eating and drinking hub that boldly promises ‘the best fish & chips in the country’. The team’s vision is to restore gastropub cuisine to its former glory, giving ingredients the same loving care that fine dining spots do.
Inside, the interior of frondy plants, leather armchairs and pillars has a real vintage colonial feel. So why not order a G&T on the rocks and pretend that you’re a 1930s explorer stopping off for a refreshment before a daring jungle expedition?
26 Candleriggs, G1 1LD
Cuisine: Italian, Pizza
Promising ‘Napoli-style pizzas like you’ve never seen them before’, Nonna Said also serves up delicious cocktails and memorable milkshakes.
Pizzas are decidedly on the no-holds-barred end of things, with a nod to both cult Glasgow cuisine and global flavours.
As all of the above is combined with a mix of 80s graffiti, hip hop beats and retro touches, you can expect a very lively dining experience. Best of all, the late opening hours mean that you never have to miss out on decent post-pub scran.
22-25 St Vincent Place, G1 2DT
Cuisine: British, Steaks & Grill
Upmarket brasserie in the city centre
Launched by veteran Glasgow restaurateur Alan Tomkins, Ralph & Finns is a sleek and gleaming 180-seater brasserie & bar on St. Vincent Place. Housed in the former Scottish HQ of the Bank of England, there is a feeling of timeless elegance inside (partly thanks to award-winning designer, Mark Brunjes). Yet playful touches like the parrot wall art show that this dining spot doesn’t take itself too seriously either.
23 Sandyford Place, G3 7NG
Cuisine: American, BBQ
A taste of true Kentucky at Charing Cross
After the success of its Barrowlands restaurant, Van Winkle Bourbon, BBQ & Grill is now offering up fresh Kentucky flavours and classic comfort food in the West End.
Inside, the stripped wooden tables and hanging bulbs will whisk you off to a land of bluegrass, moonshine and bourbon on the rocks. On sunnier days, you can soak up the vibe in the beer garden. Your pooch is very welcome too — in fact, there is even a special menu for dogs developed by Ross Allan from the BBC’s Pets‘n’Vets.
61 Ruthven Lane, G12 9BG
Chaakoo Bombay Cafe West End aims to take you back in time to the incredible flavours, smells and atmosphere of a classic Iranian-Indian cafe. The original Bombay cafes were opened by Persian immigrants who came to India in the 19th Century. They were unpretentious dining spots popular for serving a melting pot menu of Iranian grill dishes and Bombay dishes, washed down with classic Irani chai tea. Only 25 still exist in India today, but this new Glasgow addition aims to keep the whole vibe alive and authentic, while throwing in a few added extras. There is also a sister Chakoo restaurant in the city centre.
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