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  • Rogano

    11 Exchange Place, G1 3AN

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Scottish, Seafood

    About Rogano

    Serving Scottish cuisine and seafood, Rogano is situated on Exchange Place in the city centre and is Glasgow’s oldest surviving restaurant. With its Art Deco style and 1930s ambience this established restaurant is both elegant and relaxed, and has staff dedicated to ensuring your dining experience is a memorable one.

  • Brasserie at Melville Castle

    Melville Gate , EH18 1AP

    Dalkeith & Surrounding, Midlothian

    Cuisine: Cuisine: European, Traditional, Bistros & Brasseries

    About Brasserie at Melville Castle

    Brasserie Restaurant is a much loved feature of Melville Castle Hotel on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Now a family-run hotel, the castle has a colourful history. Both Queen Victoria and Mary Queen of Scots have visited. As the name suggests, the Brasserie Restaurant and Cellar Bar are in the cellar of the castle.

  • Nonna's Kitchen

    126 Cowgate, G66 1HF

    Bishopbriggs, Lenzie and Kirkintilloch , Near Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Italian, Pizza

    About Nonna's Kitchen

    Nonna’s Kitchen might not have an actual Italian granny tending the pans in the kitchen, but, with its tiled décor and warm lighting, it certainly has the feel of a traditional neighbourhood Italian establishment. Kirkintilloch locals keep coming back for cuisine that combines freshly-prepared favourites with some classy specials. The authentic feel is notable on Friday nights with live Italian accordion music.

  • The Spanish Butcher

    80 Miller Street, G1 1DT

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Mediterranean, Spanish

    About The Spanish Butcher

    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.

  • Navadhanya

    32 - 34 Grindlay Street, EH3 9AP

    Stockbridge, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Indian, Modern

    About Navadhanya

    Navadhanya has newly located to Grindlay Street in Edinburgh’s Stockbridge. The kitchen team at Navadhanya have a background in luxury Indian hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants in the UK. Aptly, the bright, modern decor reflects the bright, modern cuisine.

  • Taisteal

    1 Raeburn Place, EH4 1HU

    Stockbridge, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Scottish, Modern

    About Taisteal

    Meaning travel or journey in Gaelic, Taisteal is a contemporary Scottish restaurant on Raeburn Place in Edinburgh’s Stockbridge neighbourhood. As well as extensive stints in numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, the Chef Proprietor has travelled widely. He brings all of these experiences to bear on the menu at Taisteal. The restaurant launched at the start of 2017 with the aim of delivering elements of fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere.

  • Citation

    40 Wilson Street, G1 1HD

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: European, Scottish, Modern

    About Citation

    Citation Taverne & Restaurant is housed within the landmark former Sheriff Court building on Wilson Street, in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. Outdoor terraces allow alfresco dining in the summer months. The restaurant’s Portico, nestled among the building’s Corinthian-style, exterior columns, is one of Glasgow’s most impressive dining locations. Citation is the ideal location for a romantic meal, a night out with friends or a long and lazy lunch. Those who want to carry on socialising long after their meal can head to the ground floor bar.

  • Pizza Punks

    90 St Vincent Street, G2 5UB

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Bar Food, Pizza

    About Pizza Punks

    With its exposed brick, neon signs and metal work, Pizza Punks looks as edgy and urban as the name suggests. While the decor is all about the rebel yell at this St Vincent Street venue, the welcome is warm, informal and attentive. Creative cocktails, craft beers, wine and frizzante on tap, milkshakes and a wide variety of soft drinks mean that customers will never go thirsty.

  • Drygate Brewing Co

    Vintage Glasgow Ltd, G4 0UT

    East End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Modern, Gastro Pub

    About Drygate Brewing Co

    Located on the Drygate from which it takes its name, Drygate is a craft brewery, bar, restaurant and lively event space. Built around a brewery – customers can make their own beer – Drygate has rugged industrial looks that make a design feature of the brewing equipment. In addition to the Brewhouse Restaurant, the premises comprise a beer hall and kitchen plus a terrace and beer garden. Live music, comedy gigs, clubs, and open mic nights barely scratch the surface when it comes to Drygate’s packed events schedule.

  • The Raven

    81-85 Renfield St, G2 1NQ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: American, Burgers

    About The Raven

    The Raven is a welcoming bar and restaurant on Renfield Street in Glasgow city centre. The stripped back decor at The Raven allows customers to focus on the stuff that really matters: smokehouse menus, craft beers and all the sport you could wish for over eleven big screens. The ever changing roster of craft and cask ales is a real draw.

  • Gusti D'Italia

    11-13 Townhead Street, ML3 7BQ

    Hamilton, Lanarkshire

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Italian

    About Gusti D'Italia

    Traditional recipes and a smart contemporary decor are a winning combination at Gusti D’Italia Italian Restaurant on Townhead Street in Hamilton. With dark wood panelling, banquette seating and designer lighting, Gusti D’Italia is a sleek space in which to enjoy freshly cooked Italian cuisine. The same warm welcome waits all customers whether they are nipping in for lunch, grabbing a bite to eat before catching a movie or settling in to share a leisurely evening meal with friends and family.

  • Badger & Co

    32 Castle street, EH2 3HT

    City Centre, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Traditional, Gastro Pub

    About Badger & Co

    Badger & Co is on Castle Street in the former home of Kenneth Grahame, the author of Wind in the Willows. This history plays a prominent part in the decor. Think Toad Hall’s padded leather seats, chandeliers and wood panelled walls. There are deer heads wearing wigs and a picture of a well dressed badger riding a penny farthing. It’s how a 21st century hipster might imagine an Edwardian gentleman’s club. As well as a private dining room, there are several intriguing nooks and crannies
    and a courtyard for al fresco drinks and dining.

  • The Bistro

    1 Glaisnock Street, KA18 1BP

    East Ayrshire, Ayrshire & Arran

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About The Bistro

    Bistro is part of The Royal Hotel on Glaisnock Street in New Cumnock. The hotel has been welcoming guests since 1892 and the Bistro is known for its traditional Scottish hospitality. While the hotel is in its second century, the decor in the Bistro is smartly modern with wood panelling and contemporary art on the walls. The Bistro is popular with local residents as well as visitors and hotel guests. There is a separate bar and, if the weather is kind, guests have the option of dining al fresco.

  • Afton Restaurant

    Lochside House Hotel & Spa, KA18 4PN

    East Ayrshire, Ayrshire & Arran

    Cuisine: Cuisine: British, International, Modern

    About Afton Restaurant

    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.

  • Porter & Rye

    1131 Argyle Street , G3 8ND

    Finnieston, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Modern, Steaks & Grill

    About Porter & Rye

    Part of the Finnieston strip of Argyle Street, Porter & Rye is one of the chic and hip restaurants which have been responsible for the area’s burgeoning culinary reputation over the last few years. Intimate and flatteringly dimly lit, it has a stylish decor that is half old school Manhattan steak house and half post-industrial warehouse.

  • Bar a vin

    17A Queensferry St, EH2 4QW

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Cuisine: French

    About Bar a vin

    The latest addition to Edinburgh’s family of l’escargot restaurants, bar à vin is an authentic French wine bar on Queensferry Street. With walls covered in vintage French drink adverts and old pastis bottle lights hanging from the ceiling, bar à vin is a quirky spot for lunch, an after work glass of wine with nibbles or a leisurely get together with friends over a couple of bottles and a generous platter of charcuterie.

  • Apex Glasgow

    110 Bath Street, G2 2EN

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Modern

    About Apex Glasgow

    Apex Lounge is part of Apex City of Glasgow hotel on Bath Street. A cleverly designed space, it features a choice of dramatically illuminated booths, communal tables, intimate two top tables and a range of different seating options. Whether lunching with your colleagues or enjoying a romantic dinner as part of a weekend away, the Apex Lounge has the right space.

  • Cafe Spice

    76-80 Stirling Street, ML6 0AS

    Airdrie, Lanarkshire

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Indian

    About Cafe Spice

    Café Spice has been serving Airdrie’s Indian food fans since opening on Stirling Street in 1996. Located in the centre of Airdrie town centre, the restaurant attracts a diverse crowd, including students from nearby colleges, lunching businessmen, celebrating family groups and couples enjoying a quiet evening meal.

  • Horn Please

    91A Berkeley Street, G3 7DX

    Finnieston, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: Indian, Modern

    About Horn Please

    Named after the stickers which are often found on Indian trucks, Horn Please is a contemporary Indian street food restaurant on Elderslie Street. It occupies a surprisingly light and bright basement space which is filled with Indian curios. Rattan furniture, Indian newspaper used as wall paper, a Thumbs Up cola mural and a vintage water pump all add to an enjoyably quirky atmosphere.

  • Missoula Glasgow

    110-114 West George Street, G2 1NF

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional

    About Missoula Glasgow

    ‘Music, food, cocktails’ is the motto at Missoula and they provide all three with a smile. Note that while the bar’s address is West George Street, the main entrance is on Renfield Street, just around the corner.