Best Spanish restaurants in Glasgow
- Eating and Drinking Guide
- 19 April 2017
Authentic tapas and pinchos that will make you feel like you're in Spain
Spanish for 'game on' roughly translates as 'hay Liga'. Glasgow's tapas scene was once humdrum, plodding up a mountain of patatas bravas to a flamenco pop soundtrack. Recently, newcomers reinvigorated it, the competition followed suit and there's a thriving city-wide selection ranging from contemporary chic to quirky cantinas. Glasgow now showcases the regional subtlety that characterises Spain's complex cultural and culinary identity. From gorgeous Galician seafood and refined Basque creativity to the classic flavours of Andalucia – ¡Hay Liga!
La Bodega Tapas Bar
1120 South Street, West End, G14 0AP
An eccentric, authentic hangout with a unique atmosphere – great food, great value, great fun.
labodegaglasgow.com | read our review of La Bodega Tapas Bar
140 St Vincent Street, City Centre, G2 5LA
Upmarket, sophisticated city centre restaurant and deli with beautifully prepared dishes from Northern Spain.
ibericarestaurants.com | read our review of Ibérica
The Spanish Butcher
80 Miller Street, City Centre, G1 1DT
Rusk & Rusk's latest venture, set within modern New York loft style interiors, with fine cuts of Galician beef and more.
spanishbutcher.com | read our review of The Spanish Butcher