Feeling peckish in Glasgow? Luckily, Scotland’s biggest city has something for every belly. We’ve sourced the best brunches, family favourites and sophisticated Scottish sustenance!
 Mother India’s Cafe

Exotic eats

Enjoy curry with a twist; this is Indian tapas! Order a few little dishes and enjoy the magnificent variety of Indian cuisine. Numerous vegetarian dishes are available, while the ginger chicken with spinach leaf is to die for! In true cafe style, advanced bookings aren’t allowed, so arrive after the midday rush to avoid the queues!

  

Where to find it? 1355 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 7RU

 

How much? £

Mother India’s Cafe
Darcy’s

Family Fun

Right in the city centre, this bar, cafe and brasserie is perfect for a Sunday roast with the family. Darcy’s is full of toys and puzzles for your kids to play with, alongside a storybook corner, monthly face painting and a free balloon for everyone! They have a kids menu with all the favourites and healthy options available.

 

Where to find it? Princes Square, 48 Buchanan Street, Glasgow, G1 3JN

 

How much? ££

Darcy's
Red Onion

Romantic meal for two

This modern bistro in the heart of the city is the ideal place for date night. Enjoy beer-braised beef, haggis bonbons or one of the many vegan and gluten free options on the menu - all in front of a crackling fireplace. Don’t worry about Red Onion breath, this place is bound to earn you that post-date kiss!

 

Where to find it? 257 West Campbell Street, Glasgow G2 4TT

 

How much? £££

Red Onion
Cafe Gandolfi

Brunch

A Glasgow foodie landmark, this cafe was founded in 1979 and has been feeding hungry (and possibly hungover!) Glaswegians ever since. Enjoy a Scottish breakfast, complete with beef sausage, potato scone and Stornoway black pudding. If you’re simply in a hurry, they even offer fish and chips - as well as classic Scottish haggis - to go!

 

Where to find it? 64 Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1NY

 

How much? ££


Cafe Gandolfi
Bread Meats Bread

Budget bites

Massive portions, cheap prices and a lovely bright interior; this is comfort food at its best. Distinctly American-influenced, this industrial space serves up award-winning burgers, BBQ sandwiches and Poutine. There’s also some great vegetarian burgers, offering something to suit everybody’s taste buds at the table. Come hungry!  

 

Where to find it? 104 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5UB

 

How much? £

Budget bites
The Ubiquitous Chip

Contemporary Scottish Cuisine

This restaurant is the answer to those who say Scottish food is just chips. The imaginative menu puts a modern twist on traditional Scottish favourites; if you’ve never tried venison haggis or oatmeal ice-cream before, The Ubiquitous Chip is the place for you - it’s delicious! There’s also a brasserie and pub if you do just fancy chips though...

 

Where to find it? 12 Ashton Lane, Glasgow, G12 8SJ

 

How much? ££££

The Ubiquitous Chip

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