Alston Bar & Beef, is located underneath the Gordon Street entrance of Glasgow Central Station. Follow the stairs down to Alston’s underground arches to a bar with Glasgow’s widest range of gin, each uniquely garnished & served to perfection. Glaswegians are spoilt for choice when it comes to great places to eat & Alston’s aims to raise the bar for meat lovers even further by serving the best steak the city has to offer.
The award-winning Amarone restaurant is a very special venue indeed. Step off Glasgow’s busy Buchanan street and you’ll find yourself in what appears to be a stylish, modern, elegant New York Italiana restaurant. Amarone offers a combination of impeccable service, delicious food and fine wine, making this restaurant an easy choice for a true taste of Italiana.
The Anchor Line showcases the best of Scottish produce with influences from both sides of the Atlantic. Think fresh oysters, lobster and scallops, the finest scotch beef, ribs and burgers to die for.
Atlantic is a cool and contemporary brasserie restaurant that showcases the best of French food, plus a full rotisserie and Robata grill in the open kitchen. The A La Carte menu is a heady mix of contemporary and classic French dishes, from Escargots and Pâte de Foie Volaille.
Situated on Mitchell St, Barolo Grill is two minutes walk from Central Station, Queen Street Station and the Buchanan St Underground Station. Ideal for a business lunch in one of our comfortable booths, celebrations and large parties, graduations and even just to take the weight off your feet while shopping with a well earned glass of Prosecco.
Cafe Andaluz is a great choice for large groups as tapas is made for sharing so why not book our 'Menu Del Dia' which provides a varied selection of tapas dishes preceded by a sharing plate of mixed cold cuts and other Spanish treats for a fixed price.
Di Maggio's has become an established part of the Scottish restaurant scene. Classic Italian and American dishes with sites throughout the West of Scotland. The City Centre has two restaurants in Royal Exchange Square and up in the heart of Theatreland.
Since opening in 1998, Gamba has been the Glasgow destination for fresh, expertly prepared, fish & seafood. Winner of the UK Seafood Restaurant of the Year Award and proud recipient of two AA Rosettes for 21 years, Gamba, under the watchful eye of Chef Patron Derek Marshall, continues to impress with classic French cooking delivered with an Asian twist.
Serving authentic Indian food tapas style with core values of Indian cuisine the main feature and specialising in the different varieties of tandoori food with a Scottish twist.
The Piper's Tryst is the restaurant at The National Piping Centre. See their website for opening hours, menus and how to book.
Award-winning Red Onion is situated in the heart of Glasgow city centre. Chef/patron, John Quigley's Red Onion is a contemporary casual dining experience with a menu that offers something for everyone
Located at 80 Miller Street, in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, The Spanish Butcher serves the finest grades of Galician beef, the most premium Iberican Jamon and the freshest of seafood; combining Spanish and Mediterranean inspired flavours. Set within chic, modern New York loft style interiors, The Spanish Butcher delivers quintessential style along with the most vibrant of cuisine.
Independently owned and designed, The Spiritualist is a far step away from anything ordinary. It’s enticingly elegant with a touch of cool. Located in the centre of Glasgow, it’s a place to linger on your own any time of day over a paper and coffee; to relax with family and friends over lunch and dinner or for an evening of cocktails.