Best steakhouses and burger restaurants in Glasgow
- Eating and Drinking Guide
- 19 April 2017
The choicest cuts of meats in it's two most popular forms
Glasgow's commitment to carnivorous dining shows no sign of abating. On the informal side, the city is awash with gourmet burger joints that offer towering stacks of juicy, funked-up patties, while proponents of smoke-house barbecue pit-style food focus on fabulous, filthy plates that mean finger-licking, messy eating is unavoidable. It's not all burgers and barbecue – Glasgow remains one of the centres of excellence for locally sourced steaks thanks to the specialists that take sourcing and beef ageing very seriously. Clearly, Glasgow loves good-quality Scottish beef and no amount of clean-eating propaganda will change that.
The Butchershop Bar & Grill
1055 Sauchiehall Street, Finnieston, G3 7UD
Glasgow steakhouse specialising in dry-aged Scotch beef steaks, fresh seafood and signature cocktails.
butchershopglasgow.com | Read our review of The Butchershop Bar & Grill
Porter & Rye
1131 Argyle Street, Finnieston, G3 8ND
Top quality, highly aged meats set the tone for a stylish bistro experience in the heart of Finnieston.
porterandrye.com | Read our review of Porter & Rye
6 Royal Exchange Square, Merchant City, G1 3AB
A pit-food specialist in Royal Exchange Square with locally sourced smoked meats, homemade sauces, pickles and craft beers.
smoakbbq.co.uk | Read our review of Smoak