Eusebi Deli

Eusebi Deli
793 Shettleston Road, Glasgow, G32 7NN
  • Telephone 0141 763 0399
  • Food served Tue–Sat 9am–6pm. Closed Sun/Mon.
  • Typical order Lasagne (£4.50)
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One wonders if any first-time customer has ever visited Eusebi and not come back for more. It really is most impressive. When the doors open at 10am, the counter is packed with Italian delights, from rich, hearty classics such as lasagne or pork meatballs, through to elegantly prepared cuts of meat – say, roast beef or veal – accompanied by complex and full-bodied sauces. There is: seafood, plump prawns, seared and juicy, prepared traditionally with garlic and lemon, or with a touch of lemongrass and chilli for a Thai-feel; fillets of, perhaps, pork with butternut squash; majestic trays of salmon-en-croute or sea bass with a delicate reduction of cream and leek. With four-cheese gnocchi; wild mushroom risotto; lobster ravioli with lemon mousse, trying to choose is a pleasantly overwhelming experience. And that's just the savouries – all their dangerously good cakes are made on the premises as well. Give your loved one some Italian-style romance with Eusebi's 'romantic night in' offer of two pasta dishes and bottle of wine for a tenner.

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Reviews & features

Glasgow’s Italian food through the generations

3 Jul 2015

A look at the descendants of original Italian immigrants filling the city with great Italian food

Sweet-toothed Scots appreciated the Italians as soon as they arrived here. In the 1930s the great-grandmother of Giovanna Eusebi, who runs Eusebi Deli in Shettleston, found a way straight to Scots’ hearts. ‘She sold ice-cream in the cinemas. She was a…