Well-established (it has been serving food for 70 years), this restaurant doesn't disappoint with its deliciously cooked food and 1930s decor and ambience. Serving up wondrous plates of the finest fish and seafood from Scottish waters, every dish is incredible.
11 Exchange Place, Glasgow G1 3AN
+44 (0)141 248 4055
Built in the 1800s, this opulent building is worth a visit for the architecture alone. Spread across five floors you can dine, drink or dance in spectacular surroundings. The Tellers Bar & Brasserie, in the basement, offers locally-sourced produce for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner.
191 Ingram Street, Merchant City, Glasgow G1 1DA
+44 (0)141 552 1101
An extension of Cafe Gandolfi, the Gandolfi Fish restaurant specialises in the fruits of the sea. It only has a small dining room, so definitely book up to avoid disappointment.
84-86 Albion Street, Glasgow G1 1NY
+44 (0)141 552 9475
The Grill on the Corner
Head here for a good quality and freshly-cooked steak. The staff have a professional and welcoming attitude making a great overall experience. It's also a great place to set up camp for a long and relaxing roast dinner on a Sunday.
21-25 Bothwell Street, Glasgow G2 6NL
+44 (0)141 248 6262
Choose the basement restaurant or the ground floor cafe for a relaxed atmosphere and an excellent choice of food. Laden with traditional Scottish dishes and those with a more international influence, if you're a vegetarian you're sure to find something interesting on the menu.
28 Gibson Street, Kelvinbridge, Glasgow G12 8NX
+44 (0)141 334 2665
Black Sheep Bistro
This family-run bistro has a wide menu of uncomplicated food. The portions are generous so pace yourself accordingly if you want to enjoy the delicious puddings. The service is warm and friendly and will have you planning your next visit before you have even left!
10 Clarendon Street, St George's Cross, Glasgow G20 7QD
+44 (0)141 333 1435
The Anchor Line
The Anchor Line is set in the stunning and completely restored A1 listed first class booking offices at 12–16 St Vincent Place. It showcases the best of Scottish produce with influences from both sides of the Atlantic. Think fresh oysters, lobster and scallops, the finest scotch beef, and ribs and burgers to die for.
12 Saint Vincent Place, Glasgow G1 2DH
+44 (0)141 248 1434
At Hutcheson’s, even the smallest details are clearly laboured over, from the aperitif cocktails – a classy collection served in the ground-floor bar – to the majestic brasserie upstairs where lavish decorative features, original stained glass and palm fronds create one of the city’s most arresting dining spaces.
158 Ingram Street, Glasgow, Scotland G1 1EJ
+44 (0)141 552 4050