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Best Places to Eat in Glasgow

Best Places to Eat in Glasgow

As we celebrate the Year of Food and Drink, Scotland’s vibrant second city welcomes all food-lovers with open arms to its multitude of cafes, bistros, restaurants, grills, chip shops and street food stalls. Glasgow really does offer something for everyone with its variety of eateries and food festivals – no one goes hungry in this city! Here are 7 of our top choices:

The Ubiquitous Chip
The Ubiquitous Chip (Photo credit: Peter Gawthrope)

The Willow Tearooms – Situated in the centre of the city, this Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed building is as beautiful as the tea and cakes! It’s the perfect spot for afternoon tea.

The Ubiquitous Chip – This beautiful restaurant nestled on a pretty cobbled lane has a reputation for its delicious food. The Aberdeen Angus beef is an especially tasty choice!

Rogano Oyster Bar – It is the interior of this place that first grabs your attention. Its glamorous Art Deco style was inspired by the ship The Queen Mary (sister to the Titanic), and your senses will continue to be pampered when you taste the incredible sea-food!

Stereo – Glasgow cuisine caters to all diets and all tastes. At Stereo you can enjoy an impressive range of Vegan delights and organic beers.

The Bothy
The Bothy (Photo credit: Suzie Wong)

The Bothy – On seeing the wooden beams and stone walls of the Bothy you feel as though you’ve left the bustling west-end behind and travelled back in time to a beautiful and homely cottage. The restaurant, hidden down a small lane, serves delicious traditional Scottish food in a cosy yet impressive setting.

The 29 – Though part of a private members’ club, the 29 Restaurant and Bar is open to everyone. The luxurious and glamorous interior translates into high class meals and superb afternoon tea.

The Butchershop – This meat-lovers’ paradise serves 6 varieties of steak as well as burgers made with 28 day-aged Aberdeen Angus beef. It’s a popular place and we can see why!




What’s on in Scotland March 2015

What’s on in Scotland March 2015

What’s on in Scotland: March 2015 Sleeping Beauty: The Moscow Ballet The Russian touring company, La Classique, will be performing Tchaikovsky’s classical ballet, as choreographed by Edwardian ballet master Marius Petipa. Fairytale characters will come to life during this breathtaking performance! Tickets are still available at the Alhambra Theatre in Dunfermline on Saturday the 14th… Continue Reading

What’s on February 2015

What’s on February 2015

What’s on February 2015 Every four weeks our blog introduces the highlight events from around Scotland for the coming month. Of course, we do this so that our clients can get the most out of their upcoming holiday, but it also makes us realise how lucky we are to live in such an exciting and… Continue Reading

The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery

The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery is one of the city’s most celebrated attractions. Built in 1901, this magnificent building was initially intended to house the Glasgow International Exhibition held of the same year, and today it is home to over 8,000 pieces. The architects Sir John W. Simpson and E.J. Milner Allen designed the… Continue Reading

The Kelvingrove Musem and Art Gallery

Arts and Craft in Glasgow – The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow is home to a collection of internationally significant paintings, sculptures, European armour, clothing, furniture and weaponry. It has a vast natural history collection with displays of relics and artefacts dating back to the prehistory of… Continue Reading

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