Food in Glasgow

18 Mar The Top 10 Places To Eat In Glasgow

Glasgow is a hub of late-night cafes, gourmet restaurants, and delicious delicacies, but when it comes to choosing where to eat in Glasgow it can be tricky with so much choice. We have gone the extra mile and picked out the top ten best places to eat in this wonderful city.

1. Two Fat Ladies At The Buttery £££

 

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With a wonderful mix of steaks, fish, and gnocchi, this a la carte restaurant offers a range of menu options from lunch and pre-theatre to an elegant celebration menu complete with prosecco and a dessert sharing platter. The restaurant boasts impeccable service, out of this world food, and exceptional private dining rooms if you wish for your dining experience to be more intimate. If you are looking for an evening that will raise the bar, then the Two Fat Ladies At The Buttery is the perfect place to start.

2.  Obsession of India ££

 

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Beautiful decor, vibrant tastes and smells, and bursts of flavour, Obsession of India‘s first restaurant in Glasgow city centre is a must-visit if you, like us, love Indian food. Excellent service along with a price tag that reflects the quality of the dishes without being over-priced makes this Indian restaurant a great experience all around. If you don’t have time for a sit-down meal then this lovely restaurant also does a takeaway.

3. Mini Grill Glasgow Steakhouse £££

 

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If you are a steak connoisseur, then the Mini Grill Glasgow Steakhouse is a must. Priding itself on a range of the best-cooked steak in town garnished with vine tomatoes and mushroom this steakhouse also serves a wonderful haggis stuffed Yorkshire pudding, which has to be tried when in Scotland.

4. Blue Lagoon Fish and Chips £

 

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If you are staying in Glasgow, then there is one place you have to visit and one delicacy you have to try before you leave. The deep-fried Mars Bar is a Glaswegian favourite and the Blue Lagoon Fish and Chips serve one of the best in the city along with a range of fish and chip shop specials. Whether you fancy a sit-down, a late-night takeaway, or the Mars Bar special, this chippy will not disappoint.

5. Julie’s Kopitiam £

 

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Julie’s Kopitiam offers a cosy place for a sit-down meal no matter what time of day. This Asian restaurant serves a beautiful selection of laksa, pork, and vegetarian dishes, although often busy and without the capability to book in advance, this restaurant is well worth the wait and the excellent service and food is guaranteed to impress.

6. Bilson Eleven £££

 

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Nestled in the Dennistoun area of Glasgow, this restaurant provides Glasgow with some of the finest cuisines. Housed in an iconic tenement building, Bilson Eleven offers guests a choice of a five-course menu and an eight-course menu. Serving both vegetarian and meat dishes you are given set menus with equally delicious paired wines to complement your dining experience. This is definitely a place you will not want to miss and is perfect for celebrations and special occasions.

7. The Hanoi Bike Shop ££

 

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The unassuming Hanoi Bike Shop in Glasgow offers the perfect combination of Vietnamese food and a dining experience to make you feel as if you are in Hanoi itself. With lanterns hanging from the ceiling, the atmosphere is as Vietnamese as you can get in Glasgow. A gorgeous variety of tofu dishes, pho, seafood, and meat is sure to satisfy all types of tastebuds.

8. Cafe Strange Brew £

 

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This cosy and busy little cafe has been thrown on to the map in Glasgow as a place renowned for its speciality, eggs. Whether you fancy Mexican pulled pork hash with smokey beans or pancakes, this cafe prides itself on creating the perfect dishes with their egg recipes and their wonderful pancake dishes. Cafe Strange Brew always gets very busy, but the helpful and efficient staff are sure to see to your every need.

9. Paesano ££

 

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Paesano Pizza offers a select menu of expertly crafted pizzas and if you love pizza then this is one of the places to beat. From fresh ingredients including a variety of meats and seafood to a range of ice cream and tarts, this Italian restaurant is full of life, flavour, and atmosphere.

10. Bloc £

 

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Bloc is a forward-thinking restaurant and live music venue with some of the best burgers in Glasgow. Whether you have a vegan lifestyle, are a vegetarian, or like you burger full of meat this restaurant is perfect if you fancy a casual evening out. Their live performances are also worth the listen especially as they are free of charge!

 

 

Grace Tebbutt

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