Glasgow

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International
West End
7 reviews
Well-run, long-standing restaurant with a bustling bar, dining set over three levels and a relaxed, shabby-chic style. — Michelin Guide
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European
West End
7 reviews
An iconic establishment on a cobbled street. — Michelin Guide
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European
4 reviews
The small plates trend is done very well at this slick Sauchiehall Street restaurant. Order well and you can fill up for a tenner. — Time Out
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Asian
West End
4 reviews
Glasgow is home to a vast number of fine Indian restaurants, but even among the stiff competition, Mother India gets high marks. — Concierge
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European
Merchant City
4 reviews
Modeled after the Queen Mary, this restaurant's spacious art deco interior—maple paneling, chrome trim, and dramatic ocean murals—is enough to recommend it. — Fodor's
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European
5 reviews
One of the city's destination diners. — Time Out
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European
Merchant City
5 reviews
In Merchant City, this cafe was once part of the old cheese market. — Lonely Planet
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Seafood
4 reviews
Gin and seafood are the focus at this scene-leading spot. There’s a small garden out the back, but grab a snug for a cosier experience. — Time Out
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Seafood
City Centre
4 reviews
They don’t come much classier than this elegant fine-dining destination from chef Brian Maule. One for special occasions. — Time Out
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Seafood
Anderston
3 reviews
The food comes from the sea—oysters, lobster, and squid—and you can have your choice served iced, grilled, roasted, or battered. — Fodor's
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West End
3 reviews
This tiny, intimate restaurant serves only the freshest ingredients, superbly prepared. — Fodor's
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Cafe
4 reviews
Cafezique’s full breakfasts – with phonebook-thick toast slices, Aberfoyle Butcher sausages and Puddledub bacon – are among the best in Glasgow, and they do a mean eggs benedict too. — Time Out
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Asian
4 reviews
Tucked away just off Byres Rd, this upbeat spot offers creative takes on Vietnamese food, using fresh ingredients and home-made tofu. The various pho dishes are delicious. — Lonely Planet
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European
Merchant City
3 reviews
West coast shellfish farmers own this restaurant and feed their customers incredibly succulent oysters, scallops, and mussels. — Fodor's
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European
West End
4 reviews
Très bon Franco-Scottish cooking. — Time Out
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Asian
West End
2 reviews
Overlooking the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, this quaint, casual eatery has a spectacular view as well as an impressive menu. — Fodor's
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Japanese
City Centre
2 reviews
Great place to try authentic Japanese cuisine. Try a bento box to sample a cross-section of the menu. — Time Out
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Cafe
West End
2 reviews
High-end café and bakery that specialises in hearty platters of meat and cheese, cakes and home-roasted coffee. It ain’t cheap, but the food’s great. — Time Out
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British
City Centre
3 reviews
This appealingly rustic neighbourhood restaurant makes passionate use of Scotland's larder and as such, the menus are constantly evolving — Michelin Guide
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Asian
Merchant City
3 reviews
Southern Indian restaurant that’s a cut above your average Glasgow curry house. Don’t miss the gigantic dosas. — Time Out
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