Fish, "Glasgow"

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1 Merchant Square, Glasgow, G1 1LE

Named after the small fishing village located in the Highlands, Arisaig is a pretty restaurant with a romantic feel – an enclosed courtyard dotted with linen-covered tables and sparkling silverware sits on the cobbles of Merchant Square. It’s the…

The Brasserie at the Chip

12 Ashton Lane, Glasgow, G12 8SJ

Housed in former stables, the Chip is the West End’s most iconic eating and drinking establishment that retains much of its original character and culinary ethos, shaped by its patrons for over four decades. The mezzanine dining room sits directly above…

The Cabin

996–998 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G14 9UJ

Only just taken under new management at time of visiting, this small restaurant on the Whiteinch stretch of Dumbarton Road is understandably still in a state of flux – with just a two or three course set-menu available to choose from all day long as the…

The Chippy Doon The Lane

84 Buchanan Street, McCormick Lane, Glasgow, G1 3AJ

Whether the lane in question exudes shabby charm or is plain old shabby, the presentation inside this welcoming chippy 'doon' it is undeniably stylish. Attention is paid to the smallest details, from the lemon wedge garnish and paper tub of home-made…

City Merchant

97–99 Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NP

A list of suppliers at the front of City Merchant’s menu includes Campbells Prime Meats, Cairngorm Wild Mushrooms, and Equi’s Ice Cream, meaning that you will be reassured that you’ll be eating a meal made from quality Scottish ingredients. The…

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1114 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8TD

Never wanting for new neighbours in fashionable Finnieston as stylish restaurants open here with remarkable frequency, Crabshakk – one of the first in a wave of gastronomic arrivals to the area in 2009 – continues to catch a faithful clientele. It’s…


225a West George Street, Glasgow, G2 2ND

Serving fish dishes of the highest order since 1998 when many of its newcomer rivals were but a twinkle, basement corner restaurant Gamba has long been a mark of quality not just in its field but Glasgow dining at large. While shifts in the dining-out…

Gandolfi Fish

84 Albion Street, Glasgow, G1 1NY

From the unpretentious wine pairings to the posh scampi, there’s little that Gandolfi Fish doesn’t get more or less spot on. Found behind a people-watching windowed exterior a few doors up the street from flagship outlet Café Gandolfi, and adjoining…

Mussel Inn

157 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 2UQ

Where most of Glasgow’s fish restaurants lean towards the more fine-dining end of the spectrum, The Mussel Inn keeps things simple and informal. That’s not to diminish the quality of the cooking, all of which happens in plain view in an open kitchen…

Philadelphia Fish and Chicken Bar

445 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 8HH

The long-standing Philly is about as traditional as a chippy gets, offering consistently good food that attracts an endless crowd of schoolkids, workers and locals, as well as revellers on the late-night opening. The owners have the neighbouring La…

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Red Leaf Restaurant

Alea Casino, Springfield Quay, Paisley Road, Glasgow, G5 8NP

A vast, open-plan space, its floors linked by escalators like a shopping mall or an airport, the Alea casino at Springfield Quay could be anywhere. Make your way through the gaming tables to the Red Leaf restaurant, however, and you know you’re in…


11 Exchange Place, Glasgow, G1 3AN

This veteran restaurant was famously fitted out in the same art deco style as the Cunard liner Queen Mary when the ship took shape on the Clyde in 1935, and has proven no less unsinkable. Timewarp hardly covers it, as you enter beneath the iconic…

Two Fat Ladies

88 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6NX

The long-standing original branch of the Two Fat Ladies seafood restaurant group is easy to miss on Dumbarton Road, squeezed into the row of shops (at number 88, naturally) between the bottom of Byres Road and Church Street behind a black façade.

Two Fat Ladies at the Buttery

652 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8UF

The biggest of the Two Fat Ladies’ three outlets in Glasgow is also comfortably the grandest, based as it is in the venerable Buttery, which has been home to several upscale restaurants over the years. A handsome late 19th-century building marooned amid…

Two Fat Ladies in the City

118a Blythswood Street, Glasgow, G2 4EG

The second of three Two Fat Ladies Scottish-centric fish restaurants to be opened in Glasgow celebrates 10 years of city centre trading in 2015. It’s bigger and considerably brighter than the original branch in the West End, with front windows…

Urban Bar & Brasserie

23–25 St Vincent Place, Glasgow, G1 2DT

Classically grand with a slice of the contemporary, together with an atmosphere reminiscent of old European brasseries – you get a strong sense at Urban of a restaurant where elements of a fine-dining experience specifically tailored to the Glasgow…