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Glasgow Restaurants

Glasgow Scotland Restaurants - To enjoy a well-rounded Glasgow restaurant experience, you should head for the center of the city. It is here where you will come across a satisfying selection of restaurants in Glasgow than any other sections of the city. A variety of international cuisine decorates the menus of Glasgow restaurants, including tasty dishes that hail from China, India, France, and Italy.

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As you scan the selection of restaurants in Glasgow, you may encounter the likes of such eateries, such as curry dishes at Kama Sutra or Bombay Blues. French menu items are offered at 78 St Vincent, as well as Malmaison Brasserie. For Italian dishes, head for Rico’s or Fratelli Sarti, which provides a wealth of pasta and pizza to fill your stomach.

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Ashton Lane
Glasgow, Scotland
At this restaurant and bar, you will enjoy numerous tasty menu items. The atmosphere of this Glasgow restaurant is rather sophisticated.

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28 Gibson Street
Glasgow, Scotland
A wide-range of European and international delights are offered at this eatery, where some of the best Scottish ingredients are used. This eatery can be found situated close to Glasgow University and Kelvingrove Park.

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35-41 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow, Scotland
When you head towards Cineworld and Royal Concert Hall, you will reach this restaurant that offers a high-level of quality and service. At this site, one of the oldest and most well known Italian restaurants in the city can be found.

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Glasgow, Scotland
When eating at this popular Italian restaurant, live music entertains during your meal. This restaurant is only a 3-minute walk from the central railway station.

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Pancho Villas
26 Bell Street
Glasgow, Scotland
In the mood for Mexican? This Glasgow restaurant is situated within Merchant City, which is located opposite of Merchant Square.

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Cafe Mao
84 Brunswick Street
Glasgow, Scotland
When you are interested in tasting the cuisine that hails from the Far East, this is a great eatery to visit. This dining option can be found in Merchant City.

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Glasgow Interesting Facts

  • The first official international football match was played at the West of Scotland Cricket Club in 1872.
  • Glasgow is home of one of the five Clyde built sailing-ships left afloat in the world.
  • The first weekly service to North America sailed from Yorkhill Quay.
  • The Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum was the first public museum in Scotland in 1807.
  • Famous architects Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Alexander Thomson came from Glasgow.
  • Glasgow is the only city in Scotland with underground train service.
  • Glasgow’s original underground system is the oldest underground system in the world.
  • The Mitchell Library is Europe’s largest public reference library.
  • The Kibble Palace in the Botanic Gardens was a gift from John Kibble in 1873.
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