Best International Restaurants in Glasgow

The city's best places to sample cuisine from around the world

Best International Restaurants in Glasgow

The Calabash Restaurant


If you’re looking to introduce your tastebuds to new flavours and dishes from every corner of the planet, Glasgow offers an ever-expanding and innovative selection of eateries, some new, some long-established. Broaden your culinary horizons with the laid-back cuisine of the Caribbean, the non-stop party of Brazil, a Mongolian feast inspired by 13th-century warriors, Argentinian steaks, authentic Greek food, and even a little bit of Cuba.

39 Sinclair Drive, Southside, G42 9PR
Greek food with an impeccable pedigree – all the classics cooked to family recipes in a smart, modern restaurant, with excellent service. | read our review of Frosoulla's

22 Bridge Street, City Centre, G5 9HR
Aromatic and homemade Egyptian cuisine, complete with belly-dancing and shisha pipes located just over the Clyde from the city centre. | read our review of Nur

Restauracja U Jarka
Sikorski Polish Club, 5 Parkgrove Terrace, West End, G3 7SD
Terrific Polish cuisine, guided by the seasons, prepared with love and served with warmth and good humour. | read our review of Restauracja U Jarka

Yiamas Greek Taverna
16–20 Bath Street, City Centre, G2 1HB
Authentic Greek food at great value, perfectly situated for hungry shoppers off Buchanan Street with take-away also available. | read our review of Yiamas Greek Taverna

Eating & Drinking Guide 2015/16

Eating & Drinking Guide 2016/17

23rd Edition published April 2016. 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.


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