The restaurant at the Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
Al fresco lunch at the House for an Art Lover, Glasgow
McMonagles Fish Restaurant on the Forth and Clyde Canal, Clydebank
The downstairs restaurant area of Ubiquitous Chip, Glasgow
Afternoon tea at The Willow Tea Rooms, Glasgow
Indulge in a real foodie experience at the many restaurants, cafes and tearooms across Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley. There is something to suit all tastes and budgets and dining out across the region promises an experience to write home about.
The city also enjoys many international influences, from Italy to India and beyond. Find out why it has been named Curry Capital of Britain by sampling its excellent range of Indian cuisine. Or for a more European flavour, look out for award-winning Piccolo Mondo which has two restaurants in Renfrew and Glasgow.
While exploring Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley, make sure to stop off at the region’s excellent cafes and tearooms. Take a break from enjoying the great outdoors at Mugdock Country Park at the Stables Tearoom, or sample home baking and browse the crafts at The Three Sisters Bake in Inverclyde. If you're looking for delicious home made desserts including apple pie, don't miss Laura's Coffee Shop in Carmunnock.
Have you heard about Taste Our Best, a new award which recognises establishments which put quality and Scottish ingredients at the forefront of everything they do? Search through accredited Taste Our Best restaurants and cafés in Glasgow & The Clyde Valley.
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Specially designed as a country retreat, little has changed over the years. The sense of style remains now it is a luxury 5 star Bed & Breakfast Inn, also recognised as one of the best places to eat in the South of Scotland.
The Willow was the only tea room building in Glasgow where Charles Rennie Mackintosh had complete control over every aspect of the design, remodelling the exterior as well as the interior, even designed the tea spoons and waitress dresses.