Best international restaurants in Glasgow
- Eating and Drinking Guide
- 19 April 2017
The city's best places to sample cuisine from around the world
Here, you''ll find the biggest variety of tongue-tingling flavours, the rarest of ingredients, the wildest of cooking styles and the most unusual of cuisines: from exotic Middle Eastern kebabs covered in herbs and spices to Mexican burritos and lashings of Greek olive oil and hummus – with all sorts of weird, wacky and wonderful styles of food in between. So open your mind, prime your taste buds, and explore the world of Glasgow's global food scene.
599 Dumbarton Road, Partick, G11 6HY
This long-standing cantina in Partick offers a fresh homemade take on Mexican flavours in a lively bistro-style setting.
bibiscantina.com | read our review of Bibi's Cantina
The Calabash Restaurant
57 Union Street, City Centre, G1 3RB
Quirky surroundings, friendly service and authentic African cooking – a truly unique spot that could easily become a habit.
thecalabashafricanrestaurant.co.uk | read our review of The Calabash Restaurant
161 Hope Street, City Centre, G2 2UQ
Newcomer Halloumi dishes up Greek-Cypriot cuisine in a fresh, bold and confident manner from its stylish diner.
halloumiglasgow.co.uk | read our review of Halloumi
Restauracja U Jarka
Sikorski Polish Club, 5 Parkgrove Terrace, West End, G3 7SD
Terrific Polish restaurant next to Kelvingrove Park, where food is prepared with love and served with warmth and humour.
facebook.com/ujarkarestaurant | read our review of Restauracja U Jarka
Yiamas Greek Taverna
16–20 Bath Street, City Centre, G2 1HB
Décor may be spartan, but it's all about authentic and delicious Greek food packed full of flavour at this city centre spot.
yiamastaverna.com | read our review of Yiamas Greek Taverna