Best BYOB restaurant in Glasgow

Best BYOB restaurant in Glasgow

Tuk Tuk / credit - Al Ferrier

Don't depend on the venue to have your favourite craft beer: just bring your own

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Bring a bottle or two of your favourite tipple to accompany lunch or dinner at these BYOB restaurants and cafés in Glasgow.

El Gusto
A small, somewhat eccentric restaurant close to Kelvingrove Park, with an authentically Spanish welcome, and BYOB at £5 corkage for wine, £1.50 for beer.

Hidden Lane Tearoom
Nestled in one of Glasgow's artist-inhabited colourful side streets, this distinctive café offers BYOB at £3 for wine to go along with the afternoon tea.

Nur
Flavoursome Egyptian cuisine served in an alluring and authentic Middle-Eastern dining space with great service and an enticing corkage charge of £3.95 for wine and 75p for beer.

Phillies of Shawlands
A rarity in the bar world, this newcomer from the Redmond's of Dennistoun team allow beers and wine bought from the neighbouring off-licence – corkage £1.75 beer, £7.50 wine.

Satu Satu
This cheerful eatery at St George's Cross dishing up genuine Malaysian-Chinese cuisine, and a no-corkage BYOB policy.

Tuk Tuk
The Glasgow branch for the Edinburgh Indian street-food specialists, with small plate dining and a 50p recycling tax on your own booze - no other corkage.

Eating & Drinking Guide 2018/19

Eating & Drinking Guide 2018/19

25th Edition published April 2018. Widely recognised as the most reliable, comprehensive and authoritative guide to eating out in more than 950+ restaurants, bistros, cafes and bars in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
A The Hidden Lane Tearoom
8 Argyle Court, 1103 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8ND
Nestled in one of Glasgow’s artist-inhabited colourful side streets, this distinctive and relaxed café offers a contemporary take on afternoon tea.
B El Gusto
31 Gibson Street, Glasgow, G12 8NU
A small, somewhat eccentric restaurant close to Kelvingrove Park, with an authentically Spanish welcome.
C Phillies of Shawlands
1179 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, G41 3NH
The team behind Redmonds of Dennistoun branch out to the southside, with a food menu full of delights, cocktails and craft beers.
D Satu Satu
93-97 St George's Road, Glasgow, G3 6JA
This cheerful eatery on the ground floor of St George's Studios is dishing up genuine Malaysian-Chinese cuisine, plus a range of Asian desserts.
E Tuk Tuk
426 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD
Sauchiehall Street restaurant specialising in street food, tandoor and curry dishes from across the Indian subcontinent, in a casual setting.
F Nur
22 Bridge Street, Glasgow, G5 9HR
An enchanting Egyptian restaurant just south of the Clyde dishing out champion tagines and more.

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