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The importance of food and drink, how and where we socialise when visiting a new city, just cannot be underestimated. Glasgow has really come into its own in recent years and offers endless choices when it comes to eating out.

If daytime eating out is a big favourite of yours, you will be in good company in Glasgow. Us Glaswegians love meeting up for lingering weekend brunch, or afternoon tea. There is nothing more relaxing that sitting down for afternoon tea with a friend or loved one, and where better than in Glasgow than to enjoy this exquisite tradition. Most places will offer three tiers of pure deliciousness.


Wilson Street Pantry

Located in the heart of Merchant City, brunch is served all day and traditional fare is at the heart of what they have on the menu including Stornoway black pudding and free-range eggs from Corrie Mains Farm.

Canteen 58

What is great about Canteen 58 is its ever-changing menu and super fresh produce. All food served is sourced from local suppliers, and favourite foods include poached egg pots, French toast and of course the traditional Scottish breakfast.

Eusebi Deli

When Italy, meets Glasgow in a culinary setting you know you are in for a great meal. Eusebi Deli has a menu to delight your taste buds with tempting breakfast, brunch and lunch menus.


From the traditional full Scottish breakfast to eggs served up to your personal tastes, Celinos serve breakfast each daily until 12 noon. A suitable place to visit after a night on the town in Glasgow.

Tribeca Diner

You’ll find the Tribeca Diner on Dunbarton Road, a place to sit back, relax and experience the renowned Tribeca breakfast or brunch menu. Have brunch YOUR way. The best seller is the buttermilk pancake stack available as standard or gluten free.



Mackintosh at the Willow
Is there anywhere as elegant in Glasgow as the Willow for afternoon tea? As you arrive in the Salon de Luxe room, you will step back in time, indulge in your favourite pastries, and enjoy an expert talk about the Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed tea rooms.

Other popular places to enjoy afternoon tea include the Cranachan Café in Princes Square and the Cup Tea Lounge on Renfield Street.

For lunch and dinner, the sheer volume of quality restaurants to choose from in Glasgow is quite astonishing. With consideration of various budget and taste in mind, here are some of our suggestions for top restaurants in Glasgow

julie's kopitiam

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

Stravaigin Eat Local

A popular spot amongst locals for a glass of wine or a bite to eat, expect an excellent plate of food just the right side of fine dining.


This is one restaurant that you will certainly have to reserve ahead of time. You will find Gamba listed in the Michelin Guide 2021, and it is famed for its seafood menu combined with local produce.

Paesano Pizza

Rated as one of Europe’s top pizza places by Big 7 Travel in 2021, award-winning pizza is the dish of the day at Glasgow’s Paesano.

THE Gannet 2013

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

Rioja Finnieston

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


Worth checking out even just for the fabulous name! Farm-fresh and delicious Japanese food in an intimate setting. Booking advised!

Big Licks Ice Cream

Ice cream to take away in a huge variety of flavours. Lots of other delicious desserts! A must if you fancy something special.

The Drake

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


A favourite amongst Charing Cross locals, expect a dimly lit but sleek interior and a laid-back vibe. Great food and drinks with a cosy interior.

Singl-end Garnethill

Café and bakehouse that makes all its dishes from scratch. Inventive sandwich selections, homemade soup and super-fresh bread.

More things to see and do in Glasgow

Glasgow Tours


Glasgow is a city that can easily be discovered by foot, bike, or bus.

Riverside Museum of Transport and Travel

Top Attractions

At any time of the day or night, Glasgow offers a wide range of things to do.



The “Style Mile” Glasgow has some of the most stylish shopping options in the UK.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Countless tours, trips and attractions all dedicated to Mackintosh are available to enjoy in Glasgow city.

Things to do with Kids in Glasgow

Things to do with Kids

We do love to welcome our little visitors; they are the tourists of the future. Many attractions are easily accessible.

Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

On any given night there are hundreds of events happening including music, sport, and theatre performances.


Glasgow's Park & Gardens

Glasgow has a wonderful selection of public parks in and around the city.

OVO Hydro


The city has one of the most vibrant entertainment scenes in the UK.