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Top 10 new places to eat and drink in Glasgow

Top 10 new places to eat and drink in Glasgow

Glasgow’s ever-evolving food scene means there are always new bars, restaurants and cafes. Check out our list of 10 of the newest places to eat and drink in Glasgow.

1. Scamp

A stone’s throw from Central Station, you will find recently opened seafood restaurant, Scamp. Small plates on the menu include sea bream ceviche, BBQ scallops and prawn hotdogs, alongside vegetarian and meat options. Visit Scamp's website to view the full menu.

2. Gōst

Gōst is the latest opening from the team behind popular Glaschu and gastro pub The Duke’s Umbrella. The restaurant showcases the best of Scottish seafood and meat, all served alongside an extensive wine menu. Visit Gōst's website to book a table.

3. Fat Lobster

From the team behind city centre favourite Tabac, is another new seafood spot, Fat Lobster. This new restaurant features a tantalising menu with lobster rolls and octopus satay, among classics like fish and chips. To book a table visit Fat Lobster's website.

4. Big Feed Kitchen

The team behind Glasgow's award-winning street food market, Big Feed have opened up in the courtyard area of Princes Square. Sample everything from pizzas, burgers and dirty fries to gyros, bao buns and tacos. Open Thursday-Sunday 11am-11pm. Visit Big Feed's Kitchen website.

5. Plantyful

Located in Osbourne Street, independent vegan artisan bakery Plantyful is a new addition to the city centre. Pop in and pick up your baked goods, light bites and plant-based alternatives to meats and cheeses. Open Tues-Sat. Visit Plantyful's Instagram for more info.

6. Nostrana

Nostrana is an authentic Italian restaurant, located on Hyndland Road. On the menu freshly-made handcrafted pizza, pastas, mains, snacks and desserts. Open from noon to evening in a stylish and relaxed setting. Visit Nostrana's website to check out their menu.

7. Pastéis Lisboa

Portuguese bakery Pastéis Lisboa is Scotland’s first ever specialist pastelaria, located on Byres Road. Offering baked goods each day including their renowned homemade custard filled tarts, pastel de nata's made from scratch. Head over to their Instagram page for more info.

8. Yakitori Shack

Yakitori Shack, a street food shack in Glasgow's southside, is a must visit for all Japanese street food fans. Serving up hand-picked local produce brought to life over Binchotan charcoal from Japan. Tasty rice bowls, noodle plates and tasty skewers are on the menu. Check out their Instagram page to view their menu.

9. Hutch

A new addition to the Barras Market, Hutch is dedicated to serving up tasty hot morning rolls and sandwiches. It's the latest venture from the team behind popular cocktail bar The Gate. Visit Hutch's Instagram page to check out their menu.

10. Chulos

Chulo's have opened a new permanent home on Argyle Street serving up their mouth-watering stuffed cookies. Follow Chulo's on Instagram to check out all the amazing flavours they do.

Article last updated: September 2022

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