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Restaurants in Glasgow

Scottish produce dominates Glasgow's restaurant menus. The Ubiquitous Chip in the West End kickstarted the trend for fresh local food in the 1970s and is still going strong. Brian Maule serves Scottish dishes with a French twist, and Arisaig the freshest seafood - both in the city centre. Elsewhere, globetrot with fajitas at Pancho Villas in Merchant City or spicy tapas at Mother India's Café in the West End. Tipping is expected (10-15%) if service charge is not included.

Top-end

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  1. 1. Rogano - Top-end: (More than £45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Rogano, Glasgow. Courtesy of Rogano

    Rogano in the city centre is the grand dame of Glasgow restaurants. Indulge in oysters and champagne in the original Art Deco interior, styled on the salons of the Cunard liner the Queen Mary. Salmon, langoustines, scallops, lobster and halibut caught fresh in Scottish waters feature heavily on the menu.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 12pm-2.30pm & 6.30pm-10.30pm

    Address

    11, Exchange Place, Glasgow G1 3AN

    Telephone

    + 44 (0) 141 248 4055

    Transport

    Buchanan Street subway station

    Website

    Rogano

  2. 2. Ubiquitous Chip - Top-end: (More than £45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    The Ubiquitous Chip Restaurant in Glasgow, Scotland.

    This is the place to go for high-end dining in Glasgow's West End. The Ubiquitous Chip was at the forefront of serving locally sourced ingredients in the 1970s. Aberdeen Angus beef fillet, Haggis and stovies (a rustic Scots stew with meat and potatoes) all feature on the menu. Book a table in the courtyard garden, and finish with a drink in the Wee Pub.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 12pm-2.30pm & 5.30pm-11pm; Sun 12.30pm-3pm & 6.30pm-11pm

    Address

    12, Ashton Lane, Glasgow G12 8SJ

    Telephone

    + 44 (0) 141 334 5007

    Transport

    Hillhead subway station

    Website

    Ubiquitous Chip

  3. 3. Michael Caines at ABode - Top-end: (More than £45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Michelin-star chef Michael Caines. Courtesy of Vivienne Clore Management

    Located at Abode Glasgow, Michael Caines' award-winning restaurant draws diners to the former arthouse-turned-hotel with Edwardian architecture in the city centre. Simple tablecloths and wooden floors allow diners to focus on the modern menu. Expect mouth-watering dishes like saddle of Highland venison with chocolate and chestnut puree, and saffron-poached monkfish tailShow this on map

    Opening hours

    Tue-Sat 12pm-2.30pm & 6pm-10pm

    Address

    129, Bath Street, Glasgow G2 2SZ

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 221 6789

    Transport

    Buchanan Street subway station

    Website

    Michael Caines at ABode

  4. 4. Brian Maule at Le Chardon D'Or - Top-end: (More than £45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Briane Maule at Le Chardon D'Or, Glasgow

    For upper crust dining, Glaswegians head to Brian Maule at Le Chardon D'Or in Glasgow's city centre. In a renovated Georgian building, the dining room oozes sophistication, and is a favourite with couples looking for candlelit romance. The menu is mainly French. Try grilled seabass with fennel and broad beans, and melt-in-the-mouth crème brûlée.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Lunch: Mon-Fri 12pm-2.30pmDinner: Mon-Thu 6pm-10pm; Fri & Sat 6pm-10.30pm

    Address

    176, West Regent Street, Glasgow G2 4RL

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 248 3801

    Transport

    Glasgow Central or Queen Street train stations

    Website

    Brian Maule at Le Chardon D'Or

  5. 5. The Restaurant Bar & Grill - Top-end: (More than £45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    A private lift whisks visitors to The Restaurant Bar & Grill in Glasgow's city centre. Order a cocktail and watch the chefs at the rotisserie and wood oven. An Asian plate to share, Tuscan breads and Gloucester Old Spot sausages and mash reflect the menu's eclecticism.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 10am-11pm; Sun 12pm-6pm

    Address

    2nd Floor Princes Square Shopping Centre, Buchanan Street, Glasgow G1 3JX

    Telephone

    + 44(0) 141 225 5622

    Transport

    Buchanan St and St Enoch subway stations

    Website

    The Restaurant Bar & Grill

Mid-range

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  1. 6. Mother India's Café - Mid-range: (£25-45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    The tapas-style food on offer at Mother India's Cafe in the West End has an authentic home-cooked feel. The nan bread is pillow soft and the methi keema mutter deliciously fresh. Tables can't be booked and the queues often stretch out into the street. Nip in just before closing if you don't want to wait.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Thu 12pm-10.30pm; Fri & Sat 12pm-11pm; Sun 12pm-10pm

    Address

    1355, Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AD

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 339 9145

    Transport

    Kelvinhall subway station

    Website

    Mother India's Cafe

  2. 7. Art Lovers' Café - Mid-range: (£25-45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Art Lovers' Cafe, Glasgow. Courtesy of House for an Art Lover

    Set in Glasgow designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh's House for an Art Lover in the South Side, the Art Lovers' Café looks out from arched windows to Bellahouston Park. The dining room is an airy all-white affair, and the menu features imaginative dishes, including pan-fried sea bass with juniper and kumquat potatoes, and black cherry charlotte.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 10am-5pm

    Address

    Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow G41 5BW

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 353 4779

    Transport

    Cessnock subway station or Dumbreck train station

    Website

    Art Lovers' Café

  3. 8. Arisaig - Mid-range: (£25-45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Loch Leven surf clams, Loch Etive oysters and Stornoway black pudding are on offer at Arisaig in Glasgow's city centre. The menu is divided into land and sea and showcases Scottish produce. Coastal landscapes line the walls of the airy dining room. Choose from over 100 single malt whiskies to round off your meal.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 12pm-10pm

    Address

    140, St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5LA

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 553 1010

    Transport

    Enoch subway station

    Website

    Arisaig

  4. 9. Two Fat Ladies - Mid-range: (£25-45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Two Fat Ladies (named after the bingo call for 88) squeezes between Byres Road and the Western Infirmary in the West End of Glasgow. The driftwood frontage, with ironwork fish scales announces that this is a seafood restaurant, although there are some meat dishes on offer. Well-heeled diners sample Ullapool smoked salmon and diver-caught scallops.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 12pm-3pm & 5.30pm-10.30pm

    Address

    88, Dumbarton Road, Glasgow G11 6NX

    Telephone

    + 44 (0) 141 339 1944

    Transport

    Kelvinhall subway station

    Website

    Two Fat Ladies Website

  5. 10. Café Gandolfi - Mid-range: (£25-45 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Hand-crafted wooden chairs set the rustic tone for Cafe Gandolfi in Glasgow's Merchant City. Diners sit beneath the stained-glass window, reading the papers and enjoying long lunches. Scottish standards like haggis with neeps and tatties (swede and potatoes) have beenremain perennial favourites with the fashionable crowd.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 9am-11.30pm; Sun 12pm-11.30pm

    Address

    64, Albion St, Glasgow G1 1NY

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 552 6813

    Transport

    Buchanan Street and St Enoch subway stations

Budget

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  1. 11. Pancho Villa's - Budget: (Less than £25 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Arguably the best fajitas in town are served at Pancho Villas in Glasgow's Merchant City. Always packed, reservations are essential at this lively and brightly decorated Mexican cantina. Ice-cold margaritas and king prawn fajitas dripping in sour cream are favourites with the lively young clientele.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Sun-Thu 12pm-10pm; Fri & Sat 12pm-11pm

    Address

    26, Bell Street, Glasgow G1 1LG

    Telephone

    + 44 (0) 141 552 7737

    Transport

    Argyle Street and Queen Street train stations

    Website

    Pancho Villa's

  2. 12. The Left Bank - Budget: (Less than £25 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    In the West End of Glasgow, the laid-back Left Bank serves the trendy local crowd with everything from hangover-busting breakfasts to main courses with Eastern influences. Think garlic masala fried fish, and aubergine boorani with chickpeas. Diners see all that's going on in the open-plan bar and kitchen.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 9am-12am; Sat & Sun 10am-12am

    Address

    33, Gibson Street, Glasgow G12 8NU

    Telephone

    + 44 (0) 141 339 5969

    Transport

    Kelvinbridge subway station

    Website

    The Left Bank

  3. 13. Fratelli Sarti - Budget: (Less than £25 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Book ahead to get a seat in Fratelli Sarti's tiny basement bistro in Glasgow's Bath Street - it's always packed. Pizzas and pastas on the menu have been popular with Glaswegians for years. The minestrone soup is a meal on its own and the wine list well worth taking time to explore.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Thu 8am-10pm; Fri 8am-10.30pm; Sat 10am-10.30pm; Sun 12pm-10pm

    Address

    121, Bath Street, Glasgow G2 2SZ

    Telephone

    + 44 (0) 141 204 0440

    Transport

    Buchanan Street subway station or Charing Cross train station

    Website

    Fratelli Sarti

  4. 14. Ichiban Noodle Café - Budget: (Less than £25 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Ichiban Noodle Café, Glasgow. Courtesy of Ichiban Noodle Café

    In the slick upstairs Ichiban Noodle Café in Glasgow's Queen Street, the portions are generous and the service fast. A taste of Tokyo in the city centre, favourites are salmon sushi and chicken chilli with udon noodles, followed by a glass of potent plum wine.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Thu 12pm-10pm; Fri & Sat 12pm-11pm; Sun 1pm-10pm

    Address

    50, Queen Street, Glasgow G1 3DS

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 204 4200

    Transport

    Queen Street and Argyle Street train stations

    Website

    Ichiban Noodle Café

  5. 15. Mono Glasgow - Budget: (Less than £25 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    At Mono in Glasgow's Merchant City, diners sample organic wines and choose from a great value vegan menu - the roasted pepper lasagne is a big hit. The eclectic surroundings include deep scuffed sofas, free trade goodies to purchase and in-house indie music store, Monorail.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Sun-Thu 12pm-12.30am; Fri & Sat 12pm-1am

    Address

    12, King's Court, King Street, Glasgow G1 5RB

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 141 553 2400

    Transport

    Argyle Street train station

    Website

    Mono Glasgow

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