Fish & Seafood Restaurants in Glasgow
1. Crabshakk Fish & seafood restaurant in Glasgow 1114 Argyle St, Finnieston - G3
This “whacky little space” in Finnieston with lots of nooks and crannies, and also perches to eat up at the counter, “consistently delivers fantastic, super-fresh fish and seafood, cooked and served with real passion”. Now in its tenth anniversary year, its legion of fans “absolutely love it” but be warned: it gets “really busy”.
2. Gamba Fish & seafood restaurant in Glasgow 225a West George St - G2
“This is the place to come for fish in Glasgow”, say fans of Derek Marshall’s 21-year veteran in the city centre. The “gorgeous”, “consistently fresh and yummy” dishes “based on locally caught produce” “seem to change on a daily basis”.
3. Rogano Fish & seafood restaurant in Glasgow 11 Exchange Place - G1
“A Glasgow institution” – the city’s oldest restaurant is an atmospheric oyster bar and dining room, treasured by some for its original 1935 Art Deco interiors, built by the craftsmen who worked on the Queen Mary. The food generally lives up to – a “good selection” of seafood (which at best is “superb”).
4. Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery Scottish restaurant in Glasgow 652 Argyle St - G3
Ryan James’s business-friendly, wood-panelled, traditional-looking operation (complete with booths) can prove “hard to find if you are not local (it’s in a quiet area off the M8 in the way to the SECC), but it’s worth it” for the Scots seafood, and its “regular use as a film location adds to its renown”.
5. The Fish People Cafe Fish & seafood restaurant in Glasgow 350 Scotland Street - G5
A “great, little restaurant tucked beside the tube station” (handy if unglamorous Shields Road) and winning plaudits for its “fabulously fresh fish prepared with care and conviction”.
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