Restaurants in Glasgow: we all know that the economy has suffered an impact this year, so The government has created an interesting proposal so food venues can grow again.
The government will pay half of your bill, to a maximum of £10 off, from Monday to Wednesday for all August. Only for food.
So choose a place and enjoy a great meal with your family or by yourself.
Cafe Gandolfi was formerly a cheesemongers before becoming one of the most popular hotspots in the city, particularly at lunch thanks to the surrounding offices.
The artfully rustic furniture and woodwork designed by local artist Tim Stead, makes Cafe Gandolfi stand out amongst many of the hipster contemporaries in the surrounding area.
Address: 64 Albion St, Glasgow G1 1NY
This amazing restaurant serves splendid seafood and Scottish cuisine.
Relaxed fine-dining is at the heart of the Ladies empire, serving simple, honest and beautifully cooked dishes.
Address: 652 Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8UF.
This multi-award winning Scottish restaurant is in the heart of Glasgow’s up and coming foodie haven on Finnieston.
The menu celebrates the best in Scottish produce and regularly changes to reflect the seasons.
The menu is short but well-edited and vegetarians won’t be disappointed as the choices are more imaginative than most.
What started out as an idea on a trip to the Hebrides, has been creatively delivered in a transformed tenement building in the city’s west-end.
Address: 1155 Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8TB.
Scottish seafood is the main attraction at Café Rogano although diners who are less keen on fish are by no means left out.
Thai beef salads, lamb tagines, steaks and vegetarian choices are all available.
From oysters to smoked salmon and seafood linguini, Café Rogano’s a la carte is packed with classic dishes.
Children are welcome.
Address: 11 Exchange Pl, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G1 3AN.
This famous Glasgow icon, now 40 years old, continually strives to break down the formalities of top-end fine dining while creating stunning food in a relaxed atmosphere.
Whether in for a light lunch or formal dining experience, both the main restaurant and brasserie menus will impress.
Don’t forget to spend some time looking at the art on the walls.
Address: 12 Ashton Ln, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G12 8SJ
This restaurant received a Michelin star within the first year of its opening, so it is locally famous.
Just like the popular tapas-style format, they serve delicious inventive small plates, dishes full of flavour and exciting ingredients.
This is a buzzing venue that is busy most times of the day so definitely book ahead.
Address: 920 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G3 7TF
Help out restaurants in Glasgow and get a 50% off your bill from Monday to Wednesday, only in August!
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