Glasgow has become quite the culinary hub, with cuisines from around the world packed into one city. Whether you live locally, or you’re just visiting, we’ve cooked up answers to all of your burning questions.
Glasgow has many small pockets to explore, with Merchant City being a popular stomping ground for food lovers and those looking for a cracking bar to visit. While there are countless top restaurants in Glasgow, we’ve narrowed it down to some current favourites for you to take a bite out of.
Forget haggis, neeps and tatties – sometimes only a steaming bowl of pasta, or a cheesy slice of pizza will suffice, and we’re not talking leftovers from the fridge. There’s no shortage of Italian restaurants in Glasgow, but which are the very best?
Time Out magazine also provides a list of the top restaurants in Glasgow, where you’ll find a few Italian restaurants to add to your must-try list.
If you fancy something some traditional Scottish cuisine, made with local produce, then sample these delights:
Whether you live north or south of the Clyde, you’ll find many of the top restaurants in Glasgow dotted about the city centre and West End.
Knock three times, and say the secret password. That was what immediately came to mind as I entered the unassuming dark-wood doorway of Alston Bar & Beef Glasgow’s coolest steak and gin joint, nestled underneath the city’s Central Station. Step inside however and suddenly you’re awash with a deli
One thing us British pride ourselves on, is our ability to make a good fish supper. Battered fish and chunky fried chips have long been a takeout staple in households across the country. However, just when we thought we knew how it was done, Catch [http://www.catchfishandchips.co.uk/] lands in Giffnock in Glasgow's Southside, to put a gourmet spin
Quirky and traditionally Irish in its charm, Kitty’s has a warm, cosy den-like feel, with low lights and mis-matching little booths. There’s an abundance of wood – doors, shutters and more all reclaimed and salvaged from old tenement buildings, ships – and even a pig farm. Step in to Kitty’s very own ‘Confessional’ booths for the ultimate in sinful fun “There has been no real confessions,” laughs O’Shea’s manager James Nugent, who was born and bred in Dublin. “Although we have had some smooching in there which is ironic, and 9 people managed to prop them selves in and amongst the confessional which has been recognised as a world record in the Kitty's book of world records,” he adds.