Scotland French Restaurants

A

An Lochan

An Lochan has a passion for the finest natural ingredients. The style of cooking is unfussy with clean tastes, not allowing anything to distract from the fantastic flavours.

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B

Mussel Inn

The shellfish served at Mussel Inn form part of a renewable food source that is cultivated in an environmentally-friendly way in the nutrient-rich waters around Scotland\'s coast.

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C

Ichiban

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.

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D

Stac Polly

The Grindlay Street, Restuarant is situated in the centre of the City in the lee of Edinburgh Castle, within walking distance of The Royal Lyceum Theatre and The Usher Hall.

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E

Dhabba

The best of North Indian cooking to Glasgow City Centre.

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F

Brel

Situated in a former stable and coach house in Glasgow\'s West End, Brel bar/restaurant aims to provide quality Belgian food and drink reflecting the best of what\'s available.

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G

Moskito

A cool place to hang out with good grub.

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H

Dine

A small neighborhood restaurant serving quality food in a comfortable, contemporary premises with a top reputation.

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I

Santini

Bold and beautiful, Santini Restaurant is an altogether contemporary take on the best Italian cooking. Authentic flavours burst with vitality on a menu that takes inspiration from

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J

Amber Regent

Amber Regent has previously been recommened in the Good Food Guide and has just been recommended in this years Michelin 2007. Also listed in the List Restaurant Guide.

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