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The food and beverage culture in Glasgow’s has changed significantly in the last few years, and all for the better. There is nothing as satisfying as enjoying a traditional Scottish breakfast complete with a nice cup of tea and local haggis or walking around the West End or Merchant city deciding on where to dine for lunch and dinner. With award winning restaurants around every corner, we’ve done our best to suggest a few of the McQuade recommendations that include but are not limited to:


The best Breakfasts and Brunches

After a good night out, a Brunch here should certainly be on the menu. You’ll find them in the Merchant City and the brunch menu is available at any time of the day. Top Tip: Try the Stornoway black pudding!

The Brunch Club

The Brunch Club has redefined how we breakfast, brunch and lunch. Located just stones throw away from the Kelvingrove Museum, they are famous for their “boozy brunch.” Who wants a bellini with their pancakes?

Tribeca Diner on Dunbarton Road

If you budget is a little tight, Tribeca diner is the place to go for a great value all day breakfast.  We challenge you to finish their famous ‘Manhattan Grandslam’ breakfast priced at £11.95, it will certainly set you up for the day.

A fusion of the best of Scottish and Italian cuisine, brunch here is something that little bit different but worth the visit. All ingredients are sourced locally but get there early to get your spot.

Try and visit Celinos with a good appetite for breakfast or lunch. The menus are legendary, making it almost impossible to choose. An ideal way to start your day in Glasgow.

Strolling through Glasgow’s streets burns up energy, but Singl-cafés bakeries, with locations in Merchant City and Garnethill, provide enticing refreshments to satisfy your appetite.

Sonny & Vito's

Sonny and Vitos, 52 Park Road Glasgow, serves a delicious breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Excellent options at an affordable price.

Cote Brasserie

Come in and sample their galettes, croques, and steak, as well as the friendliest Glaswegian hello. They are situated on West Nile Street in Glasgow City Centre.


The ideal way to start the day is to meet up with friends for breakfast and coffee at Kothel. There are scrumptious snacks and beverages available from early morning to 8 p.m.

Epicures by Cial Bruich

If you want an original twist on traditional food, Epicures is an excellent pick for breakfast, drinks, or an evening meal. They are based at 159 Hyndland Road in Glasgow.

Morning Glory by Five March

A great sit-down breakfast is all you need to feel satisfied after a late night out in Glasgow. One to consider is “Morning Glory by Five March”.


Red Bus Bistro adventure

It’s time to embark on a Red Bus Bistro adventure to experience Glasgow at a pace that allows you to savour something to eat and a drink. You can see the most well-known landmarks and sights in Glasgow on each one-and-a-half hour, £42.50 trip. Afternoon Tea or Dinner are options included in the antique bus tours; reservations are advised.

Mackintosh at the Willow

The tradition that is Afternoon Tea will never die at the Willow Rooms in Glasgow. The thrill of sitting down in the elegant surroundings of this Charles Rennie Mackintosh inspired café is an experience that we would highly recommend.

Corinthian Club

The custom of serving afternoon tea is still popular in Glasgow. You and your group of companions will love this lovely and tasteful Corinthian club. It is recommended that you make a reservation in advance.


Some of Glasgow’s preferred casual eating spots may be found on the second floor of Princes Square on Buchanan Street. All meals, including a late supper and a lunch break, are affordably priced.

Cup Tea Rooms

There are several options for delicious snacks, bringing the variety offered at teatime attractive for all tastes.


Fine Dining

For Delicious Malaysian Street Food, head to Glasgow’s south side and enjoy what is on offer at Julie’s Kopitiam

You’ll realise why this dining spot is known for serving excellent Scottish cuisine when you visit. Getting a date that is free for your reservation could be a challenge.

This Michelin recommended eatery, is renowned for its seafood menu. If you are in town to celebrate something special, ‘Gamba’ should be a strong consideration as a place to dine. Be warned though, tables book up well in advance, so early booking is advised.

We are a nation that loves our Pizza almost as much as the Italian’s themselves. At the award-winning Paesano, you’ll find some of the most authentic tasting Pizza in Glasgow. They keep things simple with just a selection of nine pizza options to choose from.


Award winning restaurant celebrating the best in Scottish produce. Dictated by the rhythms of the British seasons in a relaxed setting.

Authentic tastes of Spain right in the heart of Glasgow. Delicious tapas dishes cooked to order, boasting the finest Spanish ingredients.

Big Feed Kitchen

The growth of street food has been fast in recent years. Big Feed Kitchen is a travelling eatery that attends events across Glasgow. If you stumble upon them while journeying, make a pit stop.

Shucks Glasgow

If you enjoy shellfish and seafood, go to Shucks on 168 Hyndland Road in Glasgow. The clever meals and noteworthy beverages are just two of the many reasons to make the trip.

Five March

When shared meals are the most ordered items on the menu at 5 March it is for good reason. Stop by Glasgow’s 140 Elderslie St. and happily browse the a la carte and drink menus for some tasty fare.

Ubiquitous Chip

The location of this undiscovered gem in Glasgow is on Ashton Lane. Skilled chefs offer a variety of a la carte dinners including Scottish cuisine, and reviews from here are normally great.

The Butchershop Bar & Grill

A recognisable Glasgow landmark. They deserve the distinction of having the “Best Steak in Scotland” due to their terrific menus, chic interior design with a flavour of Manhattan, and serve the finest ingredients.

Cail Bruich

Executive chef Lorna McGee has founded one of Glasgow’s best restaurants. Look no further if you’re on the hunt for an exciting meal that won’t break the bank.

Porter & Rye

The best possible ingredients are selected with care for Porter and Rye’s clientele. There are a few reasons why people like to eat here, including the aged beef that is kept on the premises and full traceability of all ingredients.

The Ivy Glasgow

Because of its glamour level of sophistication, and excellent food, The Ivy is a favourite luncheon and dinner haunt. This would be an ideal spot to go for that special event if you have a fair budget.

Six by Nico

In Glasgow’s city centre, recharge and delight in some genuine Greek cuisine. Argyle Street and Nithsdale Road intersect at Six by Nico. Enjoy a tasty variety of vegetarian and vegan food.



Chinaski’s, located at 239 North Street Glasgow, has plenty of seating both inside and outside. Regardless of the weather, enjoy a great night out here.

A cosy country style pub with a great beer garden. Delicious pub grub in a friendly atmosphere. Also offers a function room upstairs.

The Hug and Pint

Due to its vibrant nightlife, wonderful beverages, and small-plate dishes, this location is perfect if you want to be near everything. Address is 171 Great Western Avenue.

Boom Battle Bar Glasgow

Boom Battle Bar in St. Enoch Centre is an excellent place to go if you’re looking to find a bar with a fun and energetic atmosphere. So many things to enjoy all under one roof.


An iconic part of Glasgow’s nightlife, Oran Mor consistently provides customers with the highest level of performances. Visitors from all over the world flock to this lovely spot all year long to attend entertainment and other events.

The Finnieston Bar & Restaurant

It could be Glasgow’s best-kept secret gin bar with no less than 60 gins on the drinks list. It is set in a gorgeous 16th-century building and sells some of the best seafood in the city.

Jinty McGuintys Irish Bar

You’ll want to hang out at “Jinty’s” for hours as soon as you arrive. Turn into an honorary resident and take advantage of the warm welcome and “craic”.

The Gardener

The main idea of the cocktail menu at this pub is “botanic.” Refreshments and reasonable, tasty food are on offer in a calm and collected setting.


Everyone is invited to try the classic dishes available at Brel, another great gem on Ashton Lane, which is accessible both indoors and outdoors. It also allows pets and is kid friendly.

Embargo Glasgow

You’ll want to hang out at “Jinty’s” for hours as soon as you arrive. Turn into an honorary resident and take advantage of the warm welcome and “craic”.

Hard Rock Cafe

Recharge somewhere where you are in tune with the surroundings. Enjoy the food and drinks in a setting that embodies everything rock and roll!

Lebowskis West

We appreciate the simplicity of the idea of this restaurant. Burgers that must be tasted to be understood, shared with great company and a wide selection of drinks.



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