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British restaurants in Glasgow City

Morblas

Modern Scottish0.7 miles Hilton Glasgow Hotel 1 William Street G3 8HT

The name Morblas is derived from the Gaelic words for 'great' and 'taste' - an apt title for a restaurant offering such fantastic cuisine. Expect a fresh, modern and diverse selection of dishes to feature on the mouth-watering menu, which lists an abundance of hearty meats, delightfully fresh seafood and plenty of tasty sides and sa...

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Cafe Source

Modern Scottish0.7 miles 1 St Andrew's Square Calton G1 5PP

You'll find Café Source located beneath the magnificently restored 18th-Century St Andrew's Church in the Merchant City. St Andrew's serves as Glasgow's centre for Scottish culture, hosting various musical events in a grandiose and elegant setting while, nestling below stairs, Café Source offers a chic yet informal din...

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Two Fat Ladies

Seafood0.8 milesThe Buttery 652 Argyle Street G3 8UF

Specialising in seafood, Two Fat Ladies is a top destination on Glasgow’s culinary scene. The Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery is steeped in history – it evolved from a traditional working man’s pub into an elegant venue that celebrates Scottish luxury and old school sophistication. While this venue showcases antique crockery a...

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The Shandon Belles

Seafood0.8 miles 652-654 Argyle Street G3 8UF

A homely bistro found within Glasgow's iconic Buttery building, The Shandon Belles specialises in hearty food, unique gins and welcoming service. The relaxed little sister of the acclaimed Two Fat Ladies restaurants, guests can enjoy seasonal comfort food along with a well-chosen wine list, and artisan coffee.

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Cubatas Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Tapas, British1 miles 108 Elderslie Street G3 7AR

Cubatas enjoys an enviable location in Glasgow's exclusive Park District, one block south of Sauchiehall Street. The peaceful Elderslie Street setting attracts some lucrative clientele from both the local area and further afield, which is understandable considering the quality of the restaurant. From its driftwood-themed central bar...

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Tasty

British1.1 miles Springfield Quay, Paisley Rd G5 8NP

Found in the Alea Casino, Tasty from celebrity chef Tony Singh uses local produce to create a menu that showcases flavours from across the globe. Set in a unique venue, the restaurant boasts fantastic views across the Clyde. Please note that Alea Casino is not open to anyone under the age of 18. If you look under 25 you may be asked ...

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The Mad Platter

Bistro, British1.2 miles 360 Great Western Road G4 9HT

The food at The Mad Platter is delicious. Picture a thick, traditional French onion soup followed by perfectly cooked roast beef with all the trimmings, including colourful purple carrots. Or, for something lighter look to the brunch menu, which includes the Mad Stornoway Benedict – a house special version of eggs Benedict made ...

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Lebowskis

British1.2 miles 1008 Argyle Street G3 8LX

Lebowskis was the first dedicated burger joint in Glasgow. It has now expanded to boasts a branch in Southside, allowing more diners to experience this gem.
The burger patties are handmade using high-quality dry-aged beef, which is supplied by sister restaurant Porter & Rye’s butcher, Tom Rodgers. Choose from the like...

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Fanny Trollope's Bistro

Modern Scottish1.2 miles 1066 Argyle Street G3 8LY

Although the story behind this bistro's unusual name dates back to the 1920s - Fanny Trollope was a Brazilian woman who stowed away on a boat bound for Portugal, but ended up in Glasgow - the food served here is pleasingly new, exciting and modern. That's not to say you won't find traditional Scottish fare on the menu - classic Celt...

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Sisters Kelvingrove

Modern British1.2 miles 36 Kelvingrove Street G3 7RZ

If homely and hidden doesn't suit you, why not try the Sisters Kelvingrove, right in the centre of busy Glasgow. The Sisters Kelvingrove feels a little like the Sisters Jordanhill's chic city cousin, with minimalist decor in black, white and charcoal. The bigger of the two restaurants, this site still manages to create the intimate a...

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The Finnieston

Seafood1.2 miles 1125 Argyle Street G3 8ND

A thriving community hub, The Finnieston bar and restaurant is Glasgow’s first dedicated gin cocktail bar. It is also an award-winning seafood restaurant, which specialises in serving fresh, locally and sustainably sourced produce.
Every morning, a dedicated fisherman transfers his catch from boat to van and drives straig...

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Konaki

Greek, British1.3 miles 920 Sauchiehall Street G3 7TF

Since my very first visit to Konaki, I have been convinced that it is the perfect antidote to a rainy evening in Glasgow. My daughter and I were greeted warmly and seated by Dimitri, the friendly proprietor. Tables filled rapidly with Greek families and students and the whole place took on the atmosphere of a family gathering. We we...

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Fino

Spanish, British1.3 miles 28 Tunnel Street G3 8HL

The tapas available at Fino are about as good as they get. The authentic Spanish food and convivial atmosphere are so convincing that you would be forgiven for thinking you were dining in Madrid, if it weren't for the stunning views across the Clyde that Fino offers. The menu combines Scottish ingredients with the passionate cuisine...

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Athena Greek Taverna

Greek, British1.3 miles 1116 Argyle Street G3 8TD

After opening in 2009, this authentic Greek eatery has progressively grown in popularity - and, once you visit and experience all Athena Greek Taverna has to offer for yourself, you will no doubt understand why. An unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction is evident at this lively establishment - the team are professional, cou...

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The Gannet

Modern Scottish1.3 miles 1155 Argyle Street G3 8TB

Since it opened its doors in October 2013, Finnieston's hottest new restaurant, The Gannet, has been garnering widespread acclaim. Glowing reviews in The Scotsman, The Sunday Herald and The Guardian amongst many others are a testament to the quality of the food produced by head chefs and owners Ivan Stein and Peter McKenna. The f...

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