Glasgow is a friendly, exciting and cultural city full of exciting dining options for all manner of business visitor. With a reputation for being the friendliest city in the world, and with a remarkable local transport network as well as international links via Glasgow’s main airport, the city is a fantastic place to work in and visit. Whether you’re eating out with your office colleagues, or working to impress an important client, you’re guaranteed to find somewhere within this diverse city that suits your needs.
Expect plenty of high street favourites and popular chain eateries in Glasgow – perfect if you’re working from a tight budget and need to know exactly what to expect from your venue.
Pizza Hut is the chain you’re likely to see most often and it’s also the cheapest of all the pizza chains in the area. The Wee Curry shop has two venues in Glasgow and offers a quirky and individual Indian menu. For tasty Italian food and people pleasing portion sizes, opt for Massimo, based opposite Glasgow’s famous Kings Theatre. Other great chain restaurants in Glasgow include; Pizza Express, Henry Healy LTD, Frankie and Benny’s and Starbucks.
When you need something completely unique and different, look no further than the exceptional range of interesting and exciting eateries in and around Glasgow.
Riverhill Coffee Bar is enough to make anyone go weak at the knees with its naughty stacks of sugary treats and savoury delights all showcased in a glass cabinet within a small but perfectly formed room. The exposed bricks and ambient lighting in this coffee bar create warmth and intimacy without it feeling stuffy – ideal for a one on one meeting. Babu Bombay Street Kitchen is a good choice for a trendy lunch, serving street style Indian Scottish fusion food in a superbly colourful setting. And for an incredibly social atmosphere visit Bread Meats Bread and sample some rather calorific American delights with your colleagues.
Other notable unique eateries in Glasgow include; Saramago, The Hyndland Fox and Old Salty’s.
When your clients, your colleagues or just you and your business partner require a 5* treat, only the most exquisite of eateries will do, and luckily Glasgow is jam-packed full of them.
Two Fat Ladies have a few different eateries in Glasgow and although the prices don’t reflect it, the food is definitely enough to impress any well trained palette – ideal if your clients appreciate excellent seafood dishes. Brian Maule at Chardon D’or is an award winning restaurant with a passion for fresh produce. The fine dining menu includes treats such as; cream of parsnip soup with curried spices, pan fried scallops and crevettes with cauliflower puree and parma ham crisp and a selection of French and Scottish cheeses. Other fine dining eateries in Glasgow include; Gamba, Tempus and Urban.