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Scotland is blessed with exceptional ingredients, from Shetland salmon to plump Scottish raspberries and Aberdeen Angus steak. For Scottish seafood, head to Crabshakk (1114 Argyle Street), where you’ll find the freshest crab cakes, langoustines and steaming, spicy bisque.
If you want to try haggis in Glasgow, meanwhile, try Stravaigin (28 Gibson Street). Its menu includes award-winning haggis, as well as other Scottish dishes such as Islay scallops and Perthshire pigeon.
Glasgow restaurants serving curry are up there with some of the best places to eat in the city. Try Dakhin (89 Candleriggs) for excellent south Indian dishes or Usha’s (2 Byres Road) for delicious vegan and vegetarian curries.
Another Glasgow favourite is Mother India’s Café (1355 Argyle Street). Located opposite Kelvingrove Park, it specialises in Indian tapas such as spiced haddock with Punjabi peas and South Indian ginger lamb.
Looking for where to eat in Glasgow with added entertainment? Some Glasgow restaurants serve more than just a good meal. Òran Mór (Byres Road) is famous for its daily A Play, A Pie and A Pint, where diners are treated to lunchtime theatre with a hearty pie and a beer included in the ticket price.
The Centre for Contemporary Arts (350 Sauchiehall Street) is home to Saramago Café, a vegan restaurant that serves North African and Mediterranean food in a laidback atmosphere. The CCA is also one of Glasgow’s best cultural venues, showcasing contemporary art, dance, music and more.
Cottiers (93-95 Hyndland Street) is another atmospheric option for dining in Glasgow with a side dish of culture. This converted church on one of the leafy lanes off Byres Road has a bar and a beer garden that hosts barbecues in summer. Cottiers also has nightly gigs, theatre and concerts ranging from contemporary choirs to string ensembles, jazz and musicals.