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Glasgow - Eating & Drinking

Glasgow is famous for its fantastic eating and drinking culture, and there's no doubt that you'll find a gem in Glasgow that you'll never forget! Try out a selection from our top ten places to eat and drink during your trip to Glasgow.

Café Source
With a unique setting in a historic building, this café uses traditional Scottish ingredients to create excellent value dishes.

Brian Maule at Chardon D'Or.
Try a little taste of luxury from this world-renowned and well-travelled chef. The food here is excellent and the use of local ingredients showcase the best Scotland has to offer.

Dhabba & Dakhin
Two separate restaurants on Candleriggs, but they both offer the best of Northern and Southern Indian food respectively. Authentic food and great service combine for a more realistic take on Indian cuisine.


Windows at the Carlton George
Located on the 7th Floor of the hotel, Windows is counted among Glasgow's most popular restaurants, where the city view is only surpassed by the food.

City Merchant
Only the best meat and seafood are served here and the sumptuous food, excellent wine selection and first rate service all combine to make this restaurant one of Glasgow's finest.

Ubiquitous Chip
Set in an airy courtyard, and showcasing Scottish ingredients, this restaurant has been a staple on the Glasgow scene for decades. An ever-changing menu using only the best ingredients helps keep the "Chip" streets ahead of the rest.

The Lansdowne
Tucked away in leafy Lansdowne Crescent, the Lansdowne Bar & Kitchen is a welcoming and original basement bar serving contemporary and classic dishes, late night nibbles and a wide selection of tasty tipples in relaxed and unique surroundings.

Stravaigan
This West End hang out is well known for its ambient atmosphere, inspired combinations of first class ingredients, knowledgeable staff and its reasonable prices. A café bar that doubles as a restaurant and pub. Ideal for mid afternoon nibbles or something a bit heartier.

Rogano
In 1935, as the great Cunard liner 'Queen Mary' took shape on the Clyde, a restaurant was refitted in the same Art Deco style - and a Glasgow legend was born. The oldest surviving restaurant in Glasgow, fish and exotic seafood are its speciality.