The Glasgow Restaurant Association (GRA) is home to Glasgow’s best restaurants.

Welcoming over 2.3million visitors to the city each year, Glasgow has firmly secured its place as a trendsetter in the wide cultural market of Europe.


2021 has brought Glasgow its first Michelin star in 18 years, awarded to Lorna McNee, Head Chef at Cail Bruich.  

Stylish, energetic and diverse with great bars and excellent restaurants, it is no surprise that Glasgow is consistently cited as a must-visit destination in travel guides worldwide.

The city is a top UK food destination, one of the best outside of London. Glasgow has the metropolitan feel of an international city but the community spirit of a village.

The Glasgow Restaurant Association (GRA) was formed after several restaurant owners got together to build a community and move the industry forward - uniting the restaurateurs of the city and sharing knowledge, experiences and moving the hospitality industry in the right direction.

The Association has one common aim - to promote the excellence of the Glasgow restaurant landscape on a local, national and international level. 

(pictured: Cafe Gandolfi, Albion Street, Glasgow)

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