Scottish Restaurants in Glasgow
1. La Bonne Auberge French restaurant in Glasgow 161 West Nile St - G1
La Bonne Auberge Glasgow Theatreland takes pride in being one of the few Glasgow restaurants to still be going strong after over forty years.La Bonne Auberge, Glasgow’s original Mediterranean Brasserie, continues to thrive and innovate under the guidance of our aw...
2. Cail Bruich British, Modern restaurant in Glasgow 725 Great Western Rd - G12
Lorna McGee, a protégée of the late, great Andrew Fairlie, helped secure a Michelin star – Glasgow’s first for 18 years – within months of her appointment as head chef last year, taking over from co-owner Chris Charalambous. The recognition was “truly deserved” (and already two years overdue): “the food is superb” and “you’re treated like royalty” at this understated West End outfit – “I always liked Cail Bruich food-wise, but it’s genuinely even better under its new head chef”. “Shared the Chef’s Table and Lorna inspected every plate that left the kitchen personally, to make sure everything was just perfect”. “Fish and seafood figure prominently in the dishes, reflecting our Scottish waters”.
3. Battlefield Rest Scottish restaurant in Glasgow 55 Battlefield Road - G42
“A family-type Italian restaurant” on the Southside with “good food and nice atmosphere”. It’s easy to spot, as it inhabits a striking-looking 1914 building, once described as Scotland’s most glamorous tram stop.
4. Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery Scottish restaurant in Glasgow 652 Argyle St - G3
“A piece of old Glasgow in a traditional setting” – the Buttery is a city institution, run since 2007 by Ryan James as part of his Two Fat Ladies group. Worth a visit for the Victoriain interior alone, its “reasonably priced menu and good cooking” ensures that a meal is no let-down.
5. Ubiquitous Chip Scottish restaurant in Glasgow 12 Ashton Ln - G12
Colin Clydesdale’s “well-established” feature of forty years standing (founded by his father Ronnie in 1971) continues to draw fans to its large West End premises, with its very appealing and “romantic” decor, plus what fans acclaim as flavoursome modern Scottish cooking, backed up by a huge wine list and vast malt whisky selection. There is the odd critic who says “I used to love the ‘Chip’, but nowadays it’s living on borrowed time”… then again, people have been saying that for the last twenty years!
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