Dine Around The World in Glasgow

Glasgow's vast array of award-winning restaurants and cafes offer you a taste of many different cuisines from around the world. So why not broaden your culinary horizons and take a look at the flavours of the world that you can try right on your doorstep!



The hotly anticipated Hard Rock Café is housed in the Athenaeum Theatre and has been a huge hit. Tex-mex and southern American favourites feature heavily on the menu - portions are generous so you're sure to leave full! 



Named after the friendly neighbourhood bars of Rio de Janeiro and with a loyal base of regulars, there's always something going on in Boteco Do Brasil. Head here for cocktails, BBQ and tapas with a great atmosphere.



Named the Best Newcomer in the Glasgow Restaurant Awards 2012 and Scotland's Best Asian at the Scottish Entertainment Awards, Lychee Oriental offers a comprehensive Cantonese menu under its modern and stylish interior.



Le Bistro Beaumartin is an impressive bistro that boasts a menu full of authentic French cuisine, served in traditional ways. Combined with elegant surroundings, it's definitely one to consider if you're looking for a classy place to eat.



If you're looking for a dining experience that's just a little different - check out Sapporo Teppenyaki. Trained chefs will demonstrate their skills as they cook and deliver your meal in front of you, making for one unique restaurant!



As Scotland's first and only authentic Russian restaurant, Café Cossachok presents traditional Russian fare in a friendly atmosphere. A busy events calendar includes lots of live music, and check out the art gallery too!



The original Cafe Andaluz in the West End introduced many Glaswegians to their first taste of tapas, and has continued to be one of the city's most loved restaurants. With an extensive menu, you're bound to find a dish that suits.



Europe's largest Thai restaurant, Chaophraya, opened in 2012 and has been a hot destination for anyone looking for fantastic food in luxurious surroundings. Check out the lavish Palm Sugar Bar too for those all important cocktails!



A perfect example of Glasgow's culinary diversity, Alla Turca serves classic Turkish dishes in a relaxed atmosphere - mezzes, fresh flat bread, and traditional barbecued meat are the orders of the day here.



Propelled into the spotlight earlier this year when Beyoncé was rumoured to have visited during her tour stop in Glasgow, the Hanoi Bike Shop is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant with an inspired menu to explore - a must visit.

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