Food and drink in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley

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  • Shoppers peruse the stalls at the farmers' market at Mansfield Park, Glasgow
    Farmers' market at Mansfield Park, Glasgow
  • Looking over the interior of Oran Mor with part of the mural painted by Alasdair Gray visible
    Oran Mor
  • A waitress serves afternoon tea in the Willow Tea Room designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, on Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
    The Willow Tea Room designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
  • The downstairs restaurant area of Ubiquitous Chip
    Ubiquitous Chip

Every taste and budget is catered for in Glasgow when it comes to food and drink, with a collection of fantastic restaurants, bars, cafés and pubs. From first class dining to charming pubs, arty cafés to authentic Scottish restaurants, this city offers the best food and drink experiences.

Dine in one of the restaurants in Glasgow and enjoy delicious fresh produce, used to create a variety of exciting dishes. The city’s venues include Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery, one of the city’s oldest, and Guy’s Restaurant, which has an eclectic menu including sushi and steak tartare.

Try Café Gandolfi, an award-winning bohemian restaurant, or Rogano, an Art Deco restaurant with a modern take on dishes. Glasgow’s West End is home to a range of interesting places including The Loft, The Ubiquitous Chip and Oran Mor.

Glasgow has always been a city of tea drinkers, so you’ll find a selection of delightful tearooms including the Willow Tea Rooms and Art Lovers’ Café, both with connections to Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

After a delicious meal in one of the many restaurants in Glasgow, settle down for a quiet drink in one of the authentic pubs, such as the Horseshoe Bar, recognised for having the longest continuous bar in Britain. There are also many stunning style bars where you can sip a cocktail or two, before heading off to the ballet or opera.

Once you’ve tried the mouth-watering dishes in the restaurants, you’ll be keen to get your hands on some of the fresh produce to take home. There are three farmers’ markets in Glasgow to visit at Queen’s Park, Mansfield Park and Silverburn Shopping Centre - each offering an array of delicious products to buy.

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