The best resturants in Glasgow by my opinion:

Bo and Birdy

The restaurant offers chic gourmet dining in the heart of Glasgow city center, and the menu features the finest Scottish produce combined with vibrant flavors and classic menu options. There is an extensive wine selection showcasing the finest Californian and French vineyards, and if you like cocktails this is one of the best places in town for them.

Ubiquitous Chip

Whether it’s a light lunch or a formal dinner, the main restaurant and brasserie menu will impress you. Inspired by the abundance and variety of Scottish pantries, they showcase the best of the season with creativity and luxury. Highly prestigious and always striving for the best culinary experience, visitors will never be disappointed with the high standards they set for themselves. Don’t forget to spend some time examining the artwork on the wall. Created by both regulars and former employees, you will discover some of the outstanding and distinguished Scottish artists.

The Gannet

The sophisticated, almost unfinished decor with exposed brick walls and iron and wood furnishings creates a laid-back vibe almost reminiscent of Brooklyn rather than Glasgow. While the space can be laid-back, the food is ambitious and the restaurant boasts its own butcher, smokehouse, and charcuterie. The menu is short but well edited and vegetarians won’t be disappointed as their choices are more inventive than most. What started out as an idea for a trip to the Hebrides has been creatively implemented in a converted tenement building in the western part of the city.


This famous restaurant has deep roots in the trendy West End. From award-winning haggis to sumptuous fish dinners, invveruri lamb and Perthshire pigeon, gourmets can enjoy the finest Scottish cuisine. But it’s no surprise that their Think Global Eat Local menu showcases how Scottish produce is used to create dishes inspired by the global community. Whether you want to dine downstairs, have a pint and a plate with friends at their cafe bar upstairs, or grab a weekend brunch, you won’t want Stravaig to be distracted from the tasty and juicy plate.