1) Café Source

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Café Source is one of Glasgow’s top Scottish restaurants. Located in the basement of the restored St Andrew’s in the Square church, the restaurant provides a great casual dining experience. Their aim is, and always has been, to showcase Scotland’s finest ingredients, sourced from top Scottish suppliers, in delicious and satisfying dishes.

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The A la Carte menu features traditional Scottish classics (with a modern twist) alongside brasserie-inspired cuisine (prepared with the best of Scottish produce).

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They also serve a range of daily specials, and offer great value lunch and pre-theatre menus. They stock a full range of carefully selected beers, spirits and wines, and use only freshly ground coffee. Service is relaxed and friendly, yet professional. They are happy to accommodate large parties, are child-friendly & can tailor a set menu to your specific requirements.  

Head to the Café Source website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

2) Paesano Pizza

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Paesano Pizza are the first to bring authentic, traditional Napoletana pizza to Glasgow!

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Cooked in Artisan built wood fired ovens from Naples, their Pizzaiolo take pride in adhering to the process in production of the dough and provenance of the produce to Verace pizza Napoletana standard.

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Their pizza is a hybrid yeast and sourdough proofed for over 48 hours. The long proofing time together with cooking at an intense heat of 500°C produces a moist, light, soft, digestible crust which is aromatic and delicious.

Head to the Paesano Pizza website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

3) Wagamama

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A little ginger to warm you up. Chillis that kick. Noodles to nourish the body and soul. Wagamama’s Japanese inspired menu has been created to soothe, nourish, sustain and inspire. You can pick from all kinds of rice and noodle dishes, alongside fresh salads and shareable sides. There are desserts, fresh juices, hot drinks, wine, sake and expertly crafted Asian beers too!

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In the name of kaizen, their standards are high. Their ingredients are cooked fresh, served fresh. Every bowl and plate that they fill with them is served as soon as it’s ready. The colours and aromas, flavours and spices are always at their best then they touch your table.

A warming bowl of ramen. Teppan griddled to perfection. Or kare, with its rich coconut base. Or, if you would rather rice, you’re in luck – their menu features many Jaspanese favourites. Fresh, authentic menus that are updated seasonally. Wagamama is a staple of modern Asian cuisine.

Visit the Wagamama website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

4) Viva Brazil

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Viva Brazil is an award-wining Brazilian steakhouse, offering dining experience that dates back hundreds of years to the times of the cowboys of Southern Brazil. Their troop of passadors (meat carvers) move from table to table, offering over fifteen select cuts of succulent meats all slow roasted over a charcoal barbeque and expertly carved at the table.

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You control the service with a small double-sided disc placed on your table. The green side signals the passadors to keep bringing meats, while the red side indicates that you would like to take a break.

To accompany the meats served to your table, the Salad Island boasts over twenty different variations of traditional Brazilian hot dishes, freshly prepared salads and sides.

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Viva Brazil is a family-friendly restaurant and offer free meals for children up to 10 years old with a paying adult, as well as free desserts, balloons and kids entertainment every Sunday afternoon!

Visit the Viva Brazil website or follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

5) The Lost Lamb at The Auldhouse Arms

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The Lost Lamb at The Auldhouse Arms offers a unique country charm, quality food and traditional ambiance that is both friendly and inviting.

The restaurant is proud to offer you an unrivalled rural authentic dining experience, while the bar area allows you to enjoy a drink and the rustic charm that you would expect from an ale house which goes back centuries.

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Restaurant founder & owner Pauline O’Donnell’s expertise lies in traditional, Scottish fare, sourcing where possible local and seasonal produce and that is exactly what she brings to The Lost Lamb.

Homemade favourites and Scottish classics like Cullen Skink, Dingwall haggis, Shetland mussels and Stornoway black pudding feature alongside new menu options – all, of course delivered by their friendly, attentive staff.

Visit The Lost Lamb at The Auldhouse Arms website.