Shortlist Announced for our Reader Award 2018. Final voting now open!

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The List Reader Award, in association with Birra Moretti, will be presented to the restaurant in each city which receives the most online votes from our readers. The winners will then be announced at our Eating & Drinking Guide Awards 2018 in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Birra Moretti have partnered with The List to support food and drink in Scotland, helping to promote the businesses and products making a difference to Scotland’s rich gastronomic culture since 2009.

You have voted for your top 5 restaurants in Edinburgh and Glasgow and now you need to vote for your ultimate winner. To vote, simply enter below and you could win a trip to The Big Feastival.

Shortlist (in no particular order):

Cafe Strange Brew
Julie's Kopitiam
No 16
Pot Luck

The Kitchin
Mumbai Mansion
First Coast

If you're looking for inspiration then check out our listings for Edinburgh and Glasgow restaurants.


This is the 10th year that Birra Moretti has supported Food & Drink in Scotland and helped promote Scotland's rich gastronomic culture to a wider audience.

Café Strange Brew

1082 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G41 3XA

Friendly and funky Shawlands café with inventive cooking, vegan-friendly brunches, and some of the best coffee south of the river.

First Coast

97–101 Dalry Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2AB

Entering its 15th year, this Haymarket stalwart continues to do everything well at affordable prices.

Julie's Kopitiam

1109 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G41 3YG

Bustling 20-seater diner doing casual Malaysian food, kitted out in warm, earthenware tones.

The Kitchin

78 Commercial Quay, Edinburgh, EH6 6LX

Michelin-starred since 2007, The Kitchin remains loyal to its ethos of creating exceptional dishes using the finest Scottish seasonal produce.


12 Barclay Terrace, Edinburgh, EH10 4HP

Confident and uncomplicated eating in a welcoming and relaxed neighborhood eatery, with Scottish Border beef steaks to the fore.

The Mumbai Mansion

250 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8TD

Number 16

16 Byres Road, Glasgow, G11 5JY

In Glasgow’s West End, this relaxed bistro draws on Scottish seasonal ingredients and global inspiration to deliver something out of the ordinary.


85 Kilmarnock Road, Glasgow, G41 3YR

A rebrand from the people behind former Bella Napoli, with pizzas, pastas, and more, plus a good line in cocktails befitting the swish surroundings.


38 Nithsdale Road, Glasgow, G41 2AN

Compact café in Strathbungo specialising in a range of well-crafted breakfasts and brunches.

The Roseleaf

23–24 Sandport Place, Edinburgh, EH6 6EW

Welcoming pub with a chintzy clutter of board games, beer, healthy juices, comfort food and cocktails.

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Competition closes 1 April 2018. The List's usual rules apply.