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Top Restaurants in Glasgow - Your Favourite Glasgow Restaurants

  • Believe it or not, there’s more to the Glasgow food scene than the famous deep fried Mars bar! The city has a whole host of great restaurants on offer. We asked you for your top restaurants in Glasgow over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • The Left Bank

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Glasgow is brilliant! Huge choice, including The Left Bank.

    Location: 33- 35 Gibson Street



    Ichiban

    Emmeke van der Vaart says:

    Ichiban both in town and the west end. I dream of that chicken curry.

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Ichiban on Queen Street.

    Location: 50 Queen Street



    Rumours Kopitiam

    Glencoe Independent Hostel says:

    I like Rumours Kopitiam on Bath Street. It's a wee Malaysian place close to Buchanan Street Bus Station. It's usually full of Chinese/Malaysian customers, the prices are good and the food is great.

    Location: 21 Bath Street



    Mother India's Cafe

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Mother India's Cafe.

    Location: 1355 Argyle Street



    Wudon

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Wudon on Great Western Road.

    Location: 535 Great Western Road



    Tchai Ovna

    Neil McCabe says:

    The BEST place for food and general awesome is Tchai Ovna in the west end. It is a lovely tea room, has some great (vegan/vegi) food and friendly staff.

    Location: 42 Otago Lane



    Stravagin

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Stravagin.

    Location: 28 Gibson Street, Kelvinbridge



    Nanakusa

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Nanakusa on Sauchiehall Street.

    Location: 441-449 Sauchiehall Street



    Sisters Kelvingrove

    James C. Fawcett says:

    My favourite restaurant in Glasgow is the Sisters Kelvingrove! The food presented to you in the Sisters, Glasgow, for example, without a shadow of doubt is amongst the most fresh, innovative, delicate and expertly prepared food you're ever likely to experience. Now that's quite a statement I know, particularly given how much critics will harp on about absolutely nothing holding a candle to world-renowned joints like Noma, El Bulli and The Fat Duck, that it ain't fine unless it's adorned with a Michelin Star or two.

    Location: 36 Kelvingrove Street



    Banana Leaf

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Banana Leaf.

    Location: 76B Old Dumbarton Road



    Dhabba

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Dhabba in Merchant City.

    Location: 44 Candleriggs



    Café Francais

    Anka Anjaga says:

    Café Francais just across the market from the rower, huge glass of beer and a pot of mussels!

    Location: 4-10 Byres Road



    Pancho Villas

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Pancho Villas! Glasgow has a much better choice of restaurants than Edinburgh.

    Location: 26 Bell Street



    The Maggie

    Kirsty Glover says:

    The Maggie for a scooby snack!

    Location: Queen Margaret Drive



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  • Believe it or not, there’s more to the Glasgow food scene than the famous deep fried Mars bar! The city has a whole host of great restaurants on offer. We asked you for your top restaurants in Glasgow over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



  • The Left Bank

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Glasgow is brilliant! Huge choice, including The Left Bank.

    Location: 33- 35 Gibson Street



    Ichiban

    Emmeke van der Vaart says:

    Ichiban both in town and the west end. I dream of that chicken curry.

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Ichiban on Queen Street.

    Location: 50 Queen Street



    Rumours Kopitiam

    Glencoe Independent Hostel says:

    I like Rumours Kopitiam on Bath Street. It's a wee Malaysian place close to Buchanan Street Bus Station. It's usually full of Chinese/Malaysian customers, the prices are good and the food is great.

    Location: 21 Bath Street



    Mother India's Cafe

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Mother India's Cafe.

    Location: 1355 Argyle Street



    Wudon

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Wudon on Great Western Road.

    Location: 535 Great Western Road



    Tchai Ovna

    Neil McCabe says:

    The BEST place for food and general awesome is Tchai Ovna in the west end. It is a lovely tea room, has some great (vegan/vegi) food and friendly staff.

    Location: 42 Otago Lane



    Stravagin

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Stravagin.

    Location: 28 Gibson Street, Kelvinbridge



    Nanakusa

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Nanakusa on Sauchiehall Street.

    Location: 441-449 Sauchiehall Street



    Sisters Kelvingrove

    James C. Fawcett says:

    My favourite restaurant in Glasgow is the Sisters Kelvingrove! The food presented to you in the Sisters, Glasgow, for example, without a shadow of doubt is amongst the most fresh, innovative, delicate and expertly prepared food you're ever likely to experience. Now that's quite a statement I know, particularly given how much critics will harp on about absolutely nothing holding a candle to world-renowned joints like Noma, El Bulli and The Fat Duck, that it ain't fine unless it's adorned with a Michelin Star or two.

    Location: 36 Kelvingrove Street



    Banana Leaf

    Kirsty Glover says:

    Banana Leaf.

    Location: 76B Old Dumbarton Road



    Dhabba

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Dhabba in Merchant City.

    Location: 44 Candleriggs



    Café Francais

    Anka Anjaga says:

    Café Francais just across the market from the rower, huge glass of beer and a pot of mussels!

    Location: 4-10 Byres Road



    Pancho Villas

    Gordon Stewart says:

    Pancho Villas! Glasgow has a much better choice of restaurants than Edinburgh.

    Location: 26 Bell Street



    The Maggie

    Kirsty Glover says:

    The Maggie for a scooby snack!

    Location: Queen Margaret Drive



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