Where to eat in GlasgowWednesday 06 August 2014 by Christine Ormsby Glasgow is a cosmopolitan and lively city that naturally reflects the spirit of the people that live here. The diverse range of food on offer undoubtedly compliments the people in this city, as it hosts a wealth of worldwide cuisines as well as many local specialities and an abundance of seafood restaurants; this is the food that provided the earliest settlers with the nourishment they needed and remains a popular delicacy within Scotland.
Where to eat
Since it opened in 2006, 29 - The Grill Room at The Square has earned itself a reputation as Scotland's premier steakhouse, serving the best dry-aged local steak in stylish and elegant surroundings with views across to the spectacular Royal Exchange.
Situated in Glasgow's hip Merchant Quarter, Maggie Mays is a restaurant, bar, club and music venue in one place Kings of Leon and Paulo Nutini have played here! It serves up excellent Scottish classics of smoked haddock, the world-famous haggis, and a mean Scottish trifle, in a traditional and stylish setting.
Set in the heart of the city centre, Brasserie on George Square is part of the Millennium Hotel, serving delicious locally sourced Scottish cuisine in a contemporary and modern ambience, overlooking the beautiful Victorian architecture of George Square.
Serving traditional Italian food with a twist, ESCA is set in the heart of Glasgow's arty Merchant Quarter and is a popular choice for pre-theatre dinner. The interior has been recently revamped to a contemporary and sophisticated standard, reflecting the influences of the beautiful Italian region of Tuscany.
Two Fat Ladies - The Buttery is one of Glasgow's oldest and celebrated restaurants, with its relaxed and informal atmosphere, and unique interior of oak panelling, stained glass and beautiful mahogany and marble bar. This luxurious country-home feel restaurant serves British cuisine with a real taste of Scotland!
Want to find out more?
This is just a selection of the restaurants on offer within the city, so for more information on all that's available, please take a look here.
SACO Glasgow is centrally located within the city, just a short walk from the restaurants and bars in the city, why not stroll back to your apartments after your evening and put your feet up with a glass of wine?