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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. 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.

2. Gyros

Bringing a touch of sunshine to Byres Road, this new 'grab and go' style diner offers a taste of authentic Greek street food. Follow Gyros on Instagram to see what's on offer.

3. Shucks

Head to Hyndland to taste some of the best seafood from Scottish waters. The newest opening from the team behind Michelin starred Cail Bruich, also has a bar, serving house cured and smoked seafood snacks, as well as top drinks. Visit the Shucks website to view menus.


4. Guid Egg

Guid Egg has recently opened close-by to its sister restaurant Five March, bringing a mouth-watering breakfast, brunch and lunch menu to the west end. Sit-in or takeaway, there is even an outdoor space where you can sip a locally roasted Dear Green coffee. Visit Guid Egg's Instagram page to check out their menu.

5. Mowgli Street Food

Chef and Great British Menu judge, Nisha Katona MBE, is opening the doors to her first Scottish based restaurant, in Glasgow. Mowgli will offer delicious Indian street food plates such as Himalayan cheese toast and green ginger and rhubarb dahl. You can choose their low carbon footprint menu items to eat as climate friendly as possible. To book visit the Mowgli Street Food website.


6. Kelp

Located in Cowcaddens, Kelp is a sustainable Scottish seafood restaurant. Enjoy small plates including, hand dived Barra scallop ceviche and whisky and treacle cured salmon while sipping inventive cocktails like the Harris Kelp Martini. To book head to Kelp's website.


7. Murphy’s Pakora Bar

Murphy's Pakora Bar has made a return to Finnieston after over 20 years. Dine on curries, Indian small plates and arguably the best pakora menu in Glasgow. There are classic pakora dishes as well as some more unique ones such as haggis neeps and tatties! To check out the full menu head to Murphy's Pakora Bar's website.

8. Chateau-X

From the founders of Six by Nico, Chateau-X specialises in serving prime Chateaubriand alongside seasonally inspired sides. Situated in Finnieston, Chateaubriand is £35 per two people, always. Visit the Chateau-X website to book a table.

9. Boom Battle Bar

For something a bit different head to Boom Battle Bar in St. Enoch Centre. Here you can feast on some classic American dishes, then join an entertainment battleground including the likes of axe throwing, beer pong, American pool and shuffleboard. Visit Boom Battle Bar Glasgow's website to book.

10. Gaucho

Credit: Gaucho

A stone’s throw from Central Station, Gaucho promises to be Scotland’s most sustainable steak restaurant, serving carbon neutral beef. Their menu offers Argentine Beef alongside the finest Argentinian wine. Visit Gauchos' website to view the full menu and book your table.

Article last updated: April 2022

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