Ichiban offers a wide variety of Japanese foods, from noodles and rice to bento boxes and sushi, not to mention the wide selections of teriyaki, tempura and kushiyaki.
- West Highlands
At the Sconser Lodge hotel\'s traditional restaurant you can enjoy sweeping views over the waters of Rasaay, with a concise menu of local Scottish produce.
Employing top chefs in the business, the hotel prides itself as one of the finest places to enjoy classical Scottish cuisine.
Ristorante La Fiorentina, winners of the Auchentoshan/Spirit of Glasgow People\'s Choice Award, \"Restaurant of the Year\" 2004 and 2005, as voted by the readers of the Evening Tim
Fifi and Ally aim to provide the very best local and organic produce. The dishes are simple and pared down to allow the ingredients to speak for themselves.
The stylish bar and diner is home to a funky underground pool lounge housing five full-size American pool tables as well as boasting one of the city\'s most eclectic food menus.
Oshi is a feast for the palate, as well as the eyes - the menu features refreshing flavours and enticing textures. Head Chef Craig Dunn and his team use the best local ingredients
Families are welcome and children\'s portions are available on most dishes.
The Willow was the only tea room building where Charles Rennie Mackintosh had complete control over every aspect of the design - exterior as well as the interior.
A family-run Italian restaurant right in the centre of Glasgow, La Lanterna makes you wonder why people bother with pizza chains. Proud to be the oldest such restaurant in Glasgow,
What other people say
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