Glasgow Japanese Restaurants
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The City Merchant is now recognised as Glasgow\'s leading seafood restaurant. Clientele arrive from all airts and pairts of the world to experience the rustic Scottish ambience, wa
The Brasserie Restaurant uses Scottish produce wherever possible, freshly prepared by an in-house team of chefs. Bar meals are also served in the Whisky and Victorian Bars.
Salsa menus feature fresh and tasty authentic South American cuisine including mouth-watering classics like Fajitas, Nachos, Chilli and Burritos to name but a few
Two Fat Ladies serves up a fresh, exciting menu with a focus on the finest seafood ingredients, but with equally tempting alternatives to suit all tastes.
Mother India has 3 floors each of which has its own distinctive ambience. The ground floor is the smallest and cosiest, with its own bar and street view, and quieter areas upstairs
The Chip earns its classic status not just through longevity - it opened in 1971 - but through owner Ronnie Clydesdale\'s continuing drive to showcase the very best Scottish food.
Sometimes experimental, sometimes classical, sometimes homely and comforting. Stravaigin always produces food from the heart, always fresh produce, always with feet firmly planted
Its relaxed atmosphere, and unobtrusive but attentive service, makes Cafe Rogano an excellent introduction to fine dining; and the imaginative menu is appealing to children.
Red Onion is a contemporary casual dining experience that offers something for everyone. The Head Chef owner believes in using all the finest natural local produce
The Wagamama restaurants are modelled on the ramen bars which have been popular in japan for many years. The menu consists of side dishes, main meals and desserts
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