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Glasgow restaurants

As in any good restaurant scene, Glasgow's diners take few prisoners, and restaurateurs have to pull their weight to survive any length of time. Even the mighty Gordon Ramsay received a bloody nose when his Amaryllis restaurant here folded back in 2004. However, the bargain end of the market often does little to counter the accusation that Scots love stodge. Deep-fried pizza is a reality rather than a punch line in Glasgow. By contrast, the best restaurants show Scotland's excellent natural ingredients, such as Scottish beef, fresh seafood, and fine cheeses, in their best light.

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Bistro at One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow

It's a little distance out from the city center, but this exclusive boutique hotel has a dining room that justifies the ten-minute cab ride. The Bistro name...more

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Brian Maule at Chardon d'Or, Glasgow

Glasgow foodies welcomed Scot Brian Maule with open arms when he returned back north from London to open this restaurant, but considering that he's from...more

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Cafe Gandolfi, Glasgow

Serving modern Scottish cuisine, this local favorite in the old Merchant City Cheese Market was the first place to reclaim the now-jumping neighborhood back in...more

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Mother India, Glasgow

Glasgow is home to a vast number of fine Indian restaurants, but even among the stiff competition, Mother India gets high marks. A small, traditional menu...more

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Stravaigin, Glasgow

This West End restaurant—run by Colin Clydesdale, whose late father, Ronnie, owned Glasgow landmark The Ubiquitous Chip—has weathered magnificently...more

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Two Fat Ladies, Glasgow

Seafood from Scotland's west coast is the main draw at this small city center restaurant, where the kitchen prizes simplicity over fussy food. Hand-dived...more

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Ubiquitous Chip, Glasgow

When he opened The Chip in the heart of the West End way back in 1971, the late Ronnie Clydesdale was one of the earliest chefs to realize that boosting...more

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West Bank, Glasgow

The West Bank is about as close as the city gets to a gastropub, and it has been causing a stir since opening in the summer of 2006. Like the clientele—a...more

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