Shortlist Announced for our Reader Award 2019. Final voting now open!
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 2019 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 five restaurants in Edinburgh and Glasgow and now you need to vote for your ultimate winner. To vote, simply enter below.
Find out more about the shortlist restaurants here, and then cast your vote.
Shortlist (in no particular order):
Voting closes on Mon Apr 1 2019
Which restaurant would you like to win?
Battlefield Rest55 Battlefield Road, Glasgow, G42 9JL
Old tram station that blends the best in Italian cooking with Scottish ingredients and influence.
Bross Bagels105 Leith Walk, Edinburgh, EH6 8NP
Portobello's brilliant bagel bakery now has a story on Leith Walk for all your bagel needs.
Café St Honoré34 North West Thistle Street Lane, Edinburgh, EH2 1EA
Ethically run and sustainably influenced venue with well-sourced, cleverly composed Scottish food in a delightful French bistro setting.
Celino's620–624 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow, G31 3BT
Traditional trattoria bringing beautifully cooked Italian favourites to Dennistoun, with the option to take home treats from the deli counter.
Celino's Partick235 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6AB
Adding to their long-standing East End branch, Celino's bring their popular all-day all-encompassing Italian food and drink to the West End.
Contini George Street103 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3ES
Modern Italian cuisine in grand, elegant surroundings at the heart of Georgian Edinburgh.
Down the HatchPort Edgar Marina, South Queensferry, EH30 9SQ
Cute and friendly wee café in the now bustling Port Edgar Marina, focusing on diner-style food with a Canadian accent and really rather excellent poutine.
Finsbay Flatiron160 Woodlands Road, Glasgow, G3 6LF
Bar and kitchen with one main course option: an inexpensive, juicy flat iron steak, served up in funky 1970s, retro surroundings.
Five March140 Elderslie Street, Glasgow, G3 7QF
A convivial and spacious restaurant and bar with its finger on Finnieston's pulse, doing inventive small plates and exotic cocktails.
The Kitchin78 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.
The Square Bar & Restaurant6-8 Norby Road, Broomhill, Glasgow, G11 7BN
Westend bistro serving from brunch to dinner, with plenty of Scottish produce and influences, plus occasional pop-ups and take-overs.
Tapa19 Shore Place, Edinburgh, EH6 6SW
Stylish Spanish restaurant in a former warehouse offering flexible menus and adventurous food and drink pairings.
Shortlist revealed for The List Reader Award in Association with Birra Moretti22 Mar 2019
Five restaurants in Edinburgh and Glasgow battle it out for the top spot, as chosen by you
The 26th edition of The List's Eating & Drinking Guide will shortly be making its arrival into the world, providing comprehensive, well-informed and up-to-date information on the dining scene across Edinburgh and Glasgow. The guide covers over 150…
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Competition closes 1 April 2019. The List's usual rules apply.