Glasgow – Food and Drink

Where to Eat, Meet and be Merry

For a city of its size, Glasgow more than pulls its weight. Little wonder then that outside observers such as the London-based Harden’s guide to restaurants have been prompted to say that Glasgow has the most complete restaurant scene outside of London.

Gay and lesbian specific

Café Gandolfi
Named after the noted family of photographers, the Cafe has become famed for its stunning interior, principally through its display and usage of wooden furniture designed by Glasgow School of Art graduate Tim Stead.

Glamorous art deco fish restaurant in the heart of the city, with a simpler and cheaper café beneath.

Lively, gay friendly Belgian moules-frites restaurant and bar in the cosmopolitan West End.

Modern European cuisine in a breathtakingly ornate banking hall. Also be sure to check out the late night tunes in the Piano bar, or have pre-dinner drinks in the Lite Bar.

Gay and lesbian interest

Anticipated daring and exciting combinations of locally sourced ingredients cooked with flair and imagination.

Recently voted the Best New Restaurant in the Scottish Chef Awards. Blas is the Gaelic word for taste or flavor, and that¹s exactly what we want to give you, a taste of the fine flavors of Scotland.

Brian Maule at Chardon D’or
Brian Maule was Head Chef at the Michelin Star London restaurant, Le Gavroche, and he has now fulfilled his lifelong ambition opening his own restaurant in Glasgow. With a masterful combination of traditional French techniques and textures Brian uses the very best of Scottish produce to create dishes of a standard most chefs can only dream about.

Ubiquitous Chip
A forest of greenery greets diners at this wonderful Scottish restaurant . Two courses $60, three courses $70; there is also a simpler upstairs brasserie.

Two Fat Ladies
A restaurant with a fresh and exciting menu , it is compact and always busy, but you can be sure of a friendly welcome and service of the highest quality.

Willow Tea Rooms
Enjoy tea, cakes and light meals in art nouveau surroundings by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. See the lovely Room Deluxe while you’re there.

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