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Best restaurants in Glasgow City Centre

  • Di Maggio's (Theatreland)

    163 West Nile Street, G1 2RL

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Italian

    About Di Maggio's (Theatreland)

    Di Maggio’s Theatreland is close to Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall and is popular with audience members and performers alike. The restaurant’s proximity to other venues also make Di Maggio’s Theatreland a magnet for cinema and theatre-goers looking to enjoy a pre- or post-show meal.

  • Nonna Said

    26 Candleriggs, G1 1LD

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Italian, Pizza

    About Nonna Said

    Promising ‘Napoli-style pizzas like you’ve never seen them before’, Nonna Said also serves up delicious cocktails and memorable milkshakes.

    Pizzas are decidedly on the no-holds-barred end of things, with a nod to both cult Glasgow cuisine and global flavours.

    As all of the above is combined with a mix of 80s graffiti, hip hop beats and retro touches, you can expect a very lively dining experience. Best of all, the late opening hours mean that you never have to miss out on decent post-pub scran.

  • 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.

  • Green Gates Cafe

    24 Candleriggs, G1 1LD

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Indian

    About Green Gates Cafe

    After the success of its sister restaurant in Stirling, Green Gates is now bringing home-style, regional Indian cuisine to the Merchant City. Situated on Candleriggs, the restaurant offers an intimate, candlelit space with splashes of tartan. Diners can sample flavours from both North and South India, cooked up by a head chef who has trained extensively in India.

  • Mackintosh at the Willow

    217 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3EX

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Traditional

    About Mackintosh at the Willow

    So much more than an iconic afternoon tea spot, Mackintosh at the Willow is a fully restored restaurant offering gourmet main courses, sharing platters and cocktails. Step inside this Sauchiehall Street landmark and you will be whisked back into the Art Nouveau elegance of 1903, with dreamy decor and furnishings by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. As well as this, the history exhibition, souvenir shop and tours mean that you can turn your visit into an occasion.

  • La Vita Spuntini - City Centre

    40 Gordon Street, G1 3PU

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Italian

    About La Vita Spuntini - City Centre

    Move over dim sum and tapas, Spuntini is the hearty Italian version of small plate dining. And following the success of its West End venue, La Vita Spuntini has opened a second branch on Gordon Street. The restaurant aims to conjure up the atmosphere of a cosy Italian family meal where dishes are placed at the centre of the table for everyone to share. All food is crafted with passion, love and attention to detail, with candlelight and friendly staff adding to the atmosphere. The menu is massive and includes sharing portions of fresh pasta, mini pizzas, seafood, meat and salads, complemented by an extensive selection of fine wines.

  • Cul Cuil

    84-86 West Nile Street, G1 2QH

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Italian, Gastro Pub

    About Cul Cuil

  • Ralph and Finns

    22-25 St Vincent Place, G1 2DT

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Steaks & Grill

    About Ralph and Finns

    Upmarket brasserie in the city centre
    Launched by veteran Glasgow restaurateur Alan Tomkins, Ralph & Finns is a sleek and gleaming 180-seater brasserie & bar on St. Vincent Place. Housed in the former Scottish HQ of the Bank of England, there is a feeling of timeless elegance inside (partly thanks to award-winning designer, Mark Brunjes). Yet playful touches like the parrot wall art show that this dining spot doesn’t take itself too seriously either.

  • Mharsanta Restaurant & Bar

    26 Bell Street, G1 1LG

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Scottish

    About Mharsanta Restaurant & Bar

    Mharsanta is a newly launched restaurant & bar on Bell Street in the Merchant City. Named after the Gaelic for ‘merchant’, it serves classic comfort dishes alongside Scottish seafood and signature cocktails. Inside, you will find a smart minimalist space with windows prettily lit up at night by fairy lights. Mharsanta is a great spot for a relaxed lunch or to dine in the evening before heading to a concert or nearby bar.

  • Madha

    42 Albion Street, G1 1LH

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Indian

    About Madha

    Madha is a contemporary Indian restaurant on Albion Street in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. The bright, open dining room that looks onto the street gives way to a larger space tucked away beyond the bar. Opened in the summer of 2017, Madha is pleasingly different from traditional Anglo-Indian restaurants and offers an intriguing range of dishes which would not look out of place in Jaipur or Kochi. The menu is adaptable to any dietary requirement and even offers vegan wines, if required.

  • Ardnamurchan

    325 Hope Street, G2 3PT

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Scottish

    About Ardnamurchan

    Ardnamurchan is a contemporary Scottish restaurant on Hope Street, opposite the Theatre Royal. As the name suggests, the West Coast peninsula of Ardnamurchan has inspired the restaurant and its owners have close links to the area. Whisky barrels, Harris tweed, exposed brick and stone walls plus designer lighting all mean that the decor treads a neat line between rustic and city centre chic.

  • 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.

  • Blackfriars

    36 Bell Street, G1 1LG

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About Blackfriars

    Since 1995, Blackfriars has been giving Merchant City real ale fans plenty to smile about. With twelve beer taps – five real ales, many Scottish – alongside some 40 bottled beers from all over the world, there is plenty of choice. It is not hard to see why Blackfriars has won CAMRA’s Glasgow Pub Of The Year twice. The basement venue hosts regular club nights with DJs and bands playing the hippest music from the 1950’s onwards. If many of Blackfriars neighbours are style bars, this is more of an honest to goodness pub.

  • Hampton by Hilton

    140 West Campbell Street, G2 4TZ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Vegetarian/Vegan, Bar Food

    About Hampton by Hilton

    Casual city centre bar and kitchen

    Right in the heart of the city, Hampton By Hilton Glasgow Central offers a convenient and relaxed restaurant and bar. The hotel’s bar and dining areas are contemporary in style and filled with light from the floor to ceiling windows. Several screens mean that visitors can catch all the sporting action in the well stocked bar. The friendliness and warm welcome offered by the staff is a recurring theme in customer reviews.

  • 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.

  • Van Winkle - Barrowlands

    267 Gallowgate, G4 0TR

    East End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: BBQ

    About Van Winkle - Barrowlands

    Launched at the tail end of 2017, Van Winkle is an American-style bar on the Gallowgate in Glasgow’s Calton neighbourhood. Bourbon, BBQ and burgers are the mainstays of the menus and, as you might expect, the decor also takes its cue from the US of A.

  • Halloumi

    161 Hope Street, G2 2UQ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: European, Greek, Mediterranean

    About Halloumi

    Decked out in the jaunty colours of the Greek flag, Halloumi is a Greek-Cypriot mezze restaurant on Hope Street. A bright, cheery space, it is a friendly spot for a quick lunch, a pre-theatre bite or a lively evening meal with friends.

  • Sannio Italian Restaurant & Bar

    61a Elmbank Street (Pink Door), Across from King’s Theatre, G2 4PQ

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Italian, Pizza, Pasta

    About Sannio Italian Restaurant & Bar

    Located right across from the King’s Theatre at Charing Cross, Sannio serves up pizzas, pastas, risottos, steaks and seafood with a contemporary twist.

    Regional wines and delicious cocktails are also available.

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