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  • TEST - The Square - A Test Restaurant

    Queen Street, G1 3DD

    Worcester, Worcestershire

    Cuisine: European, Modern

    About TEST - The Square - A Test Restaurant

    The Square is a contemporary, casual space, suitable for both sophisticated dinners and informal get-togethers.

  • 1802 @ Hutchesons Hall

    158 Ingram Street, G1 1EJ

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Eclectic, European

    About 1802 @ Hutchesons Hall

    Situated on Ingram Street, 1802 @ Hutchesons’ Hall is an iconic venue now reborn with a fabulous refurbishment, courtesy of the minds behind Glasgow City Centre favourites, Tabac and Devil of Brooklyn. This fabulous bar and restaurant sits within a magnificent Category A nineteenth-century listed building in the heart of Merchant City.

  • Table Twenty Eight

    Unit 4/5, Merchant Square, G1 1NY

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Modern

    About Table Twenty Eight

    TaBle TwentY Eight is an exciting new restaurant in the heart of Merchant City with a contemporary Scottish menu and a delightful range of cocktails.

  • Cuku

    1 Kirklee Road, G12 0RL

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Eclectic, Modern, Gastro Pub

    About Cuku

    Situated on Kirklee Road, Cuku is a friendly, one-stop neighbourhood shop & restaurant showcasing the very best ingredients, coffees and drinks. It’s the perfect spot to drop in whether it’s for a midweek bite to eat, a delicious brunch or a glass of wine. With fresh, vibrant interiors and a homely feel, where could be better?!

  • Bonnie & Whistle

    19 St Andrew Square, EH2 1AU

    City Centre, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: International, Modern

    About Bonnie & Whistle

  • Drinks & Dining (within Ten Hill Place)

    10 Hill Place, EH8 9DS

    South Side, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Modern

    About Drinks & Dining (within Ten Hill Place)

    Located in a historic part of Edinburgh, just mere moments from the centre of town, Ten Hill Place Hotel is owned by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.

    Inside you’ll find the hotel’s restaurant, Drinks & Dining providing a modern & comfortable space to enjoy a relaxing meal.

    The hotel scooped the regional winner at the hotel awards in 2019 for the top informal fine dining hotel.

  • Derby Lane

    1156 Argyle Street, G3 8TE

    Finnieston, Glasgow

    Cuisine: European, Modern

    About Derby Lane

    With its pink, gold and aqua facade, Derby Lane is a treat for the eye as much as the stomach. And inside you will find an interior that spirits you away to the chic beachy eateries of the Hamptons.

    From the canary-yellow chairs to the neon lighting to the pink flamingo art, the vibe is quirky, fun and luxurious. Head here for breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, or to sample a creative cocktail or three.

  • The Duke's Umbrella

    363 Argyle Street, G2 8LT

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional

    About The Duke's Umbrella

    The Duke’s Umbrella is a characterful eating and drinking hub that boldly promises ‘the best fish & chips in the country’. The team’s vision is to restore gastropub cuisine to its former glory, giving ingredients the same loving care that fine dining spots do.

    Inside, the interior of frondy plants, leather armchairs and pillars has a real vintage colonial feel. So why not order a G&T on the rocks and pretend that you’re a 1930s explorer stopping off for a refreshment before a daring jungle expedition?

  • Glaschu

    Royal Exchange Square, G1 3AB

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Seafood, Modern

    About Glaschu

    Glaschu offers modern Scottish fine dining and a sophisticated bar area in Royal Exchange Square.

    Based in the historic Western Club building, the kitchen is run by chef Dion Scott, who honed his skills in Heston Blumenthal’s kitchens. He promises a menu rooted in Scottish history, cuisine and cooking, with added International influences.

    The dishes make the most of local produce, including Gigha halibut and Loch Tay trout from local fishmonger Bernard Corrigan; crustaceans and oysters from Finnieston’s Stuart Wilson, and beef from Lanarkshire farms.

  • Chez Mal - Edinburgh City

    22 St Andrew Square, EH2 1AY

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Modern

    About Chez Mal - Edinburgh City

    Based at the landmark St. Andrew Square, Chez Mal Edinburgh City serves up French-inspired cuisine within Malmaison hotel. The interior is sumptuous, with banquette seating in deep teal velvet, design-led lighting and hanging greenery.

    Despite the voguish vibe, the brasserie setting means that it’s all very relaxed too. This means that you can make a beeline here for a casual meal, special occasion dinner or leisurely Sunday lunch.

  • The Restaurant- Edinburgh Marriott Hotel Holyrood

    81 Holyrood Road, EH8 8AU

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Seafood

    About The Restaurant- Edinburgh Marriott Hotel Holyrood

    Based in the 4-star Edinburgh Marriott Hotel, The Restaurant serves up classic ingredients from farm and sea with a twist of fully packed flavouring. Using only the finest in locally sourced meat and fish, the focus is on elegant simplicity.

  • Kilmurry & Co

    210 Kilmarnock Road, G43 1TY

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: European, Scottish, Seafood

    About Kilmurry & Co

    It’s always lovely to find a neighbourhood dining spot that can meet your brunch, lunch and evening dining needs with equal aplomb. The newly-launched Kilmurry & Co on Kilmarnock Road does just this. Branding itself as a ‘brunch to bistro’ restaurant, you can indulge in gourmet French toast and hearty pancake stacks by day, while by night, dine on everything from seafood to steak to stews.

  • Brewhemia

    1a Market Street, EH1 1DE

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Scottish, Modern

    About Brewhemia

    Where to start? Brewhemia is a Czech beer palace, kitchen, Italian caffè and Prosecco bar spread over several spectacular spaces. The Market Street venue opens for breakfast and pretty much offers all things to everybody until late at night. The ‘brew’ of Brewhemia might mark the venue out as bloke-friendly. And it is. But it also appeals to couples, families and groups of women. With regular live entertainment, DJs, a novelty photo booth, tank beer, cocktails and Champagne plus a selection of spaces that run from a sleek Boudoir to the Beer Palace, Brewhemia has a space for all people and all occasions.

  • Chez Mal

    Malmaison, G2 4LL

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, International, Mediterranean

    About Chez Mal

    Chez Mal Brasserie is in Glasgow’s Malmaison hotel. The building was originally a Greek Orthodox church and the atmospheric restaurant sits in what used to be the crypt. As well as the main dining room, there are three intimate private dining rooms.

  • Babbity Bowster

    16-18 Blackfriars St, G1 1PE

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional

    About Babbity Bowster

    Babbity Bowster is one of those iconic Glasgow drinking and dining spots that charms anyone lucky enough to stumble upon it.

    Tucked away on Blackfriars Street, it is both a small guest house and French-influenced restaurant that showcases seasonal Scottish ingredients.

    Inside, you will find a cosy fireplace, restful decor and an overall welcoming feel. Babbity Bowster is actually named after an old Scottish country dance, so it’s fitting that occasional live music events add to the vibe.

  • Citation

    40 Wilson Street, G1 1HD

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    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.

  • Porter & Rye

    1131 Argyle Street , G3 8ND

    Finnieston, Glasgow

    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.

  • The Spiritualist

    62 Miller Street, G1 1DT

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Seafood, Modern

    About The Spiritualist

    Opened in the spring of 2016, The Spiritualist is a stylish restaurant and bar in the building that once housed Stirling’s Library. Inspired by the Art Deco movement and hung with vintage portraits, the decor is as sleek as it is contemporary. A stunning drinks list features Scottish craft beers; a globe-trotting selection of spirits; a well balanced wine list and many innovative and attractively presented cocktails. A unique Chef’s Table in the kitchen is a real talking point.

  • Loks Bar & Kitchen

    16 Newlandsfield Road, G43 2XU

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Steaks & Grill

    About Loks Bar & Kitchen

    Loks Bar & Kitchen is on Newlandsfield Road in Glasgow’s Shawlands. A family-run bar with a separate restaurant and function suite, it offers comfortable, contemporary decor and a lively weekend programme of tribute nights, dinner dances and murder mysteries. A wide range of craft beers, cocktails and wines keep thirst at bay while the wood-burning stove means everything is toasty during the more chilly months.

  • Harajuku Kitchen

    10 Gillespie Place, EH10 4HS

    Tollcross, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Far Eastern, Japanese, Sushi

    About Harajuku Kitchen

    Grown out of a street food business, Harajuku Kitchen is an informal and sunny Japanese restaurant. The sushi and sashimi may be the stars but the other sections of the menu have much to recommend. The noodle soups and noodle stir fries are always popular while others prefer dishes like the teriyaki chicken; panko-breaded pork with Japanese curry or the mixed tempura. The popcorn flavoured green tea is fun.

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