Collected by Robyn Weil
12 Ashton Ln, Glasgow G12 8SJ, UK
The Ubiquitious Chip is one of Glasgow's favourite restaurants. Located in the buzzing Ashton Lane in the West End it draws a great crowd. The menu is fantastic with Scotland's famous seafood well represented. The upstairs bar always has a great...
208 Argyle St, Glasgow G2 8HA, UK
Glasgow's restaurant scene is as healthy as any in the UK. Sometimes, however, it is hard to beat a dinner of deep fried battered fish and chips liberally doused in salt and vinegar eaten direct from a greaseproof wrapper. Beloved of Glaswegians...
176 W Regent St, Glasgow G2 4RL, UK
Regularly cited as the best restaurant in Glasgow, this classy venue delivers elegant haute cuisine made with the very best produce from Scotland's abundant larder. Menu items include dishes such as spiced crab with citrus salad and grilled sea...
164 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 2LW, UK
“Let’s have a Greggs!” This refrain is certainly something you may overhear while roaming the rather handsome streets of Glasgow. Is Greggs a chain? Yes. Does Greggs have a rather ubiquitous presence? Certainly. Did somehow I find myself back...
450 Dumbarton Rd, Glasgow G11 6SE, UK
Although blessed with many fine attributes, Scotland got a pretty raw deal in the weather department. It rarely ever gets truly freezing in Glasgow, but count on experiencing a miserable day or three -- especially if travelling in winter....
920 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G3 7TF, UK
Right in the heart of Glasgow's up and coming Finnieston, Ox and Finch is a trendy, high-ceilinged venue with a casual vibe, offering creative and contemporary tapas-style dishes. Definitely one of Glasgow's most inventive, refreshing tables at...
725 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G12 8QX, UK
Recently revamped to showcase an open kitchen, this West End venue gives diners a ringside seat from which to watch the culinary alchemy unfold. Although the name is Scottish and the produce is sourced locally, influences are derived from a range...