Quality coffee and locally sourced food, with venison and salmon from the wilds of the North.
Quirky tearoom and home baked cakes, fresh soup and handcrafted homewares and fancy goods.
Locally sourced and free range ingredients, while the menu has an American themed twist.
Comfy couches and a laidback atmosphere in this West-end eatery known for its delicious soups.
Tea, coffee, and edible delights while you admire the artistry of the Hidden Lane Gallery.
Pricey West-end café and deli with limited menu but excellent tastes and friendly service.
Light meals and sandwiches and wonderful home baking in the heart of Merchant City.
A small café-deli in the Southside of the city, where they make many of their own products, including Irn-Bru Gammon!
Small chain of Scottish coffee houses, the Gibson Street branch boasting eclectic furniture and bloody good food.
A café/deli that aim for a balance of flavour and quality, with some dishes that will surprise and intrigue.
Award winning organic bakery with wholesome fresh breads and delicious cakes. Also offers baking courses.
A haven amongst the trees of Kelvingrove Park, with a fine array of sandwiches, soups and cakes.
A small bustling café that recreates the warm and artistic atmosphere of one of New York’s most famous districts.
A fusion of Scottish, Mediterranean and Indonesian cuisines, with unique sandwiches and nibbles to try.
This former art gallery turned cheeky kitchen bakehouse will make you want to indulge in their tempting cakes.
A small family run restaurant that dishes out home cooked Scottish meals with a warm service.
A unique restaurant that offers a relaxed atmosphere in the city’s West End, serving up traditional Scottish dishes.
Award winning Glasgow institution, with the Scottish chef serving the finest signature meals and the best champagne.
Authentic Spanish tapas and paellas served up from two locations in the city, in the centre and also in the West End.
This third generation Italian family restaurant is an East End institute, with Coia’s home made ice-cream for dessert.
Authentic South-Indian cuisine, offering a vast array of speciality dishes from one of the world’s most stunning regions.
Mongolian Barbecue restaurant where you make your own dish from a variety of meats and spices and watch the chef cook it.
Tradition Indian dishes including many vegetarian options, the restaurant spans three floors, each with their own ambiance.
Modern Scottish cuisine created with French cooking techniques makes this a unique find in Glasgow’s West End.
A cosy, community favourite with a team of skilled chefs that bring new ideas to their modern Scottish dishes.
A Manhattan-style steakhouse offering quality meats, fresh seafood and expertly shaken cocktails.
Now with four restaurants spread out over the city, the Two Fat Ladies is for serious Scottish fish fans.
Feisty South American flavours coat the lashings of meat, and with the Rodizio you eat as much as you want.
Former film caterer turned restaurateur serves up his personal favourite Scottish dishes including lamb, beef and fish.
Decorated like a proper Highland Brothy that evokes the spirit of Scotland, with over a hundred malt whiskies to sample.
Indie basement bar with a great atmosphere, scran and a string of live bands on music nights.
In their own words, “a post Punk apocalyptic motherfu*ker of a craft brewery.” Own brewed beers. Enough said.
The cavernous interior has an eclectic style, mismatched cutlery and Super Nintendo. A public house of pure genius.
Escape the rain in this covered cobbled street square, with a bounty of bars and restaurants to choose from.
A Glasgow music institution, the pub often has a busy schedule of gigs and club nights along with a decent pint.
Named after his Dudeness, it has a laidback atmosphere, friendly staff and American sized portions.
This shabby chic vintage country watering hole has great character and a simple yet delicious menu.
Sinful and saintly cocktails galore plus 30 homemade flavours of vodka, from chilli to jelly babies.
Over 150 years old, this historic public house is now in corporate hands, but still worth a visit.
Named after the early whisky stills, this Glasgow institution has hundreds of malt whiskies displayed on their gantry.
This relatively new café bar in the East End has made its reputation on its relaxed atmosphere and all day menu.
Chilled out bar with a warm universal appeal, with a wide menu of made-to-order food and drink to wash it down.
The first UK brewery to produce beers in accordance with the Reinheitgebot, offering a rich selection in fine surroundings.
Inhabiting a MacKintosh building, this café bar sets a laid-back, Bohemian mood, with a vegan menu of healthy home cooked food.
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