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Glasgow Best Restaurants

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Top Restaurants in Glasgow

Restaurants Glasgow – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Glasgow. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!

Whether a sushi restaurant in Glasgow, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Glasgow are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotter and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Glasgow where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Glasgow with the x-factor!

The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Glasgow with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Glasgow where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!

But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Glasgow you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!

Barbarossa Restaurant

Style: Casual Fine Dining

Barbarossa RestaurantGiving Glasgow a unique social experience is Barbarossa. With a clever vision in mind, the proprietors of Barbarossa succeeded in establishing a well-respected fine dining restaurant yet with a casual and friendly atmosphere.

Barbarossa is a restaurant and bar in one. The restaurant menu comprises business lunch selections as well as main courses for gourmet evenings: Grilled pork loin served with potato & sautéed spinach, chicken stroganoff, and parmigiana melanzane.

Their wine bar on the other hand offers different wine selections for sharing along with pastas, finger-foods, Enzo’s Wine of the Week and Napoli linguine for two.

Barbarossa is open from Tuesday ‘til Sunday, noon to 10pm (until 9pm on Sundays).

 

Address: 5 Clarkston Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire Scotland, United Kingdom
Area: Glasgow Kings Park
Phone: +44 0141 560 3898
Website: http://barbarossarestaurant.co.uk/

Price: £13 – £23 main course

Cafe Gandolfi

Style: A Relaxing Trip Back in Time

Cafe GandolfiCafé Gandolfi prides itself as one among the pioneer establishments in the once neglected and remote Glasgow.

Thanks to Lain Mackenzie, a trendsetter café has been founded to the now vibrant cosmopolitan place.

Influenced by his love for photography, the café was named after the famous photographer Louis Gandolfi, with artistic interiors and innovative cuisine offerings.

Among such delectable dishes are smoked venison with gratin dauphinoise, chilli and coriander bean patties in Greek pita bread, and baked bamambert with bread and roasted garlic.

Address: 64 Albion Street, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Area: Merchant City
Phone: +44 0141 552 6813
Website: http://www.cafegandolfi.com/

Price: EUR 11.- to EUR 15.- main course

Fratelli Sarti

Style: Italian Cuisine Favourites in Glasgow

Fratelli SartiThere are three branches of Fratelli Sarti in Glasgow, with Wellington branch being the pioneer.

Fratelli Sarti serves authentic Italian cuisine, mainly a fusion of simple Tuscan fare and superb Mediterranean Ligurian Seafood. Italian made ingredients are still being imported like balsamic vinegar, virgin olive oil, prosciutto di parma, and parmiggiano reggiano to retain the authenticity of every dish served.

Experience Italy with every bite and enjoy tasty focaccia all’aglio, succulent parmigiana parma ham, and delicious lombarda bresaola. Pair each meal with a wonderful choice of wine for a complete Italian experience.

Table reservations are highly recommended especially at nights. All three branches are open daily, serving breakfast as early as 8am until last kitchen orders at 10:30pm.

 

Address: 121 Bath Street, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Area: Glasgow City Centre
Phone: +44 141 204 0440
Website: http://fratelli-sarti.co.uk/

Price: £7 – £17 main course

Guy’s

Style: Outstanding Cuisine In Glasgow

Guy's

Guy’s eclectic menu is a reflection of the owner’s personal dining preference and obsession for cooking. Guy Cowan ensures that he only offers the best and finest ingredients, prepared the simplest way possible, incorporating his own personal twist to make succulent signature dishes that’s to die for.

Feast on their Aberdeen or Scottish haddock fillet served with hand cut chips and mushy peas, or try Guy’s roast of the day with mashed potatoes and root vegetables. The chocolate fudge cake will surely be a melt-in-your-mouth experience, served with ice cream and amarena cherries.

Visit Guy’s for lunch or dinner on Tuesday until Thursday, 12noon to 10:30pm, Friday and Saturday, noon to 11:30pm, and Sunday, 12:30pm to 10pm only.

Restaurant is closed all day Monday.

Address: 24 Candleriggs, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Area: Merchant City
Phone: +44 0141 552 1114
Website: http://www.guysrestaurant.co.uk/

Price: £9 – £16.- set meals

Loon Fung

Style: Traditional Cantonese Seafood and Dim Sum Delights

Loon FungCombine good food plus good times and Loon Fung restaurant will be the first on the list.

This Cantonese restaurant has been in the business since 1971 and has continued to improve their dishes and expand their venue to cater to the ever-changing customer demands and modernization.

The all-time favourite Cantonese dishes, handmade Dim Sums and fresh lobsters are still part of the menu, together with charcoal-grilled duck barbecue, ho-fan and chon-fan.  As far as their venue is concerned, they now have 4 function rooms at the second level with 2 Karaoke rooms for hire. These function rooms can also be merged to transformed into one large function room ideal for wedding receptions.

Enjoy authentic Cantonese cooking every day from noon until 4am.

Address: 417 – 419 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Area: Glasgow City Centre
Phone: +44 0141 332 1240
Website: http://www.loonfungglasgow.co.uk/

Price: £7 – £17 set meals

The Grill Room at The Square

Style: Best Scottish Steaks in the Metro

The Grill Room at The SquareSunday afternoons are special at The Grill Room at The Square. Known as the premier steakhouse in Scotland, they offer Sunday roast menu along with live music beginning 2pm until 5pm in the afternoon.

Satisfy those craving taste buds with their succulent dry-aged prime steaks carefully cooked to achieve such tenderness. Enjoy the meal with The Grill Room’s stunning surroundings and outstanding hospitality – hanging out here is an experience itself.

The Grill Room at The Square also accepts private party gatherings or dinner meetings, with 2 private dining facilities equipped with plasma screens, holding up to 24 guests.

The Grill Room at The Square is open for breakfast at 8am on weekdays (Monday – Friday), lunch and dinner daily until 11pm and 12am (Friday and Saturday only).

Address: 29 Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Area: Glasgow City Centre
Phone: +44 0141 225 5615
Website: http://www.grillroomglasgow.com/

Price: £15 – £35 set meals

The Shandon Belles

Style: Haven in the Basement

The Shandon BellesThe success of the Two Fat Ladies Empire has paved way for The Shandon Belles, a lovely restaurant situated in the spare basement of the Victorian tenement where the former is also located. Though the façade of the building may not be the loveliest in the neighborhood, the ugly outrage loosens as the serene and church-like ambience of the restaurant’s interiors welcome every visitor.

Reminisce home-style cooking with braised pork and leek sausages with cider gravy, Irish lamb stew, and baked chicken stuffed with haggis. Sweeten up with tangy mixed fruit and a cup of coffee for finale.

Visit The Shandon Belles daily from noon to 10pm (Monday to Thursday), and until 11pm (Friday and Saturday), and 9pm (Sunday).

Address: 652 Argyle Street, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Area: Glasgow City Centre
Phone: +44 0141 221 8188
Website: http://twofatladiesrestaurant.com/shandonbelles/contact

Price: £12 – £20 set meals