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We spherical up a few of the greatest Glasgow eating places and cafes opened in 2021

We round up some of the best Glasgow restaurants and cafes opened in 2021


If there’s one factor to be stated for the folks of Glasgow, it’s certainly that we all know good food.

With arguably one of the vital recent and thrilling culinary scenes in the entire of Europe it’s no shock that we’ve welcomed some wonderful new eating places and cafes in 2021.

Whether or not you fancy a little bit of high-quality eating or an Asian twist on a fried rooster sandwich, you’ll discover all of it in our assortment of a few of the greatest new openings from the previous 12 months.

Glasgow Times:

Celentano’s

28-32 Cathedral Sq.

Earlier than we even get to the meals, there’s loads to be stated for this restaurant’s gorgeous location.

Located in Cathedral Home Resort a mere stone’s throw from the Gothic Glasgow Necropolis, a visit to Celentano’s makes for the right day trip.

Italian-inspired small plates and pure wine are served in a relaxed and welcoming surroundings with employees who know their menu inside out.

Attempt the Layered Potatoes cooked in beef dripping or Lasagne Fritti if you happen to’re feeling indulgent.

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Glasgow Times:

Silk Highway Deli

34 Minard Highway

Extra of a café than a restaurant, Silk Highway Deli in Shawlands has earned a spot on our checklist because of their splendidly numerous and flavour packed menu.

Bringing a contact of spice to Minard street, star of the BBC’s Million Pound Menu, Tanya Golhil, and her companion, Ross Lunniss opened the deli in June this 12 months.

Since then, they’ve turn into a welcome addition to the neighbourhood serving up treats like Bombay Spiced Eggs and Harissa-infused Hash Tattie rolls. 

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GaGa

566 Dumbarton Highway

A dream collaboration between chef Julie Lin of Julie’s Kopitiam, Marc Ferrier, Ken and Fraser Hamilton from the Thornwood bar noticed the opening of GaGa in Partick.

Discovering their residence within the former Six North craft ale bar, this tremendous group concentrate on bespoke cocktails and a South East Asian influenced menu.

Taiwanese Fried Rooster with Kewpie mayo is a should.

Glasgow Times:

Beat 6

10 Whitehill Road

The newest enterprise from the group behind Six by Nico, Beat 6 opened in Dennistoun this 12 months November.

Following the identical six-course arrange as their sister eating places, an additional aspect of enjoyable at Beat 6 comes from the quickly altering menu which sees members of the general public vote to resurrect their favorite dishes from earlier Six By Nico themes.

Not solely this, however all proceeds from the restaurant go in the direction of the fantastic Beatson Charity so you recognize that you simply’ll be doing good by consuming good.

Glasgow Times:

Unalome by Graeme Cheevers

36 Kelvingrove Road

It’s been fairly the opening 12 months for this West Finish restaurant which has each been awarded three AA Rosette and been included in an inventory of Glasgow’s must-try eating places by Nationwide Geographic since opening in June.

Two-time Michelin star chef Graeme Cheevers is behind this high-quality eating menu which is designed to showcase the very best of Scottish produce with a contemporary twist.

A surefire hit with seafood followers.

READ MORE: Owners of new Springburn Italian takeaway search for local causes to support

Glasgow Times:

La Pastina Deli

180 Byres Highway

An Aladdin’s cave of genuine Italian produce on Byres Highway overseen by skilled chef John Traynor.

Though there’s solely a small seating space outdoors the deli, we rely this as one in all our most fun openings of the 12 months because of its excellent number of recent pasta varieties made out of scratch every day.

In any case, can you actually argue with a mixture and match pasta deli counter?

Glasgow Times:

Hooligan Wine & Bar

1 Lynedoch Road

A sister restaurant to a Glasgow favorite, the 88, Hooligan opened its doorways this September.

Once more, proving that town has an enormous urge for food for small plates, you’ll discover dishes like Tiger prawn, Monkfish cheek with Goan fish sauce or Duck breast, Jerusalem Artichoke and Crimson Cabbage Puree at this Lynedoch road restaurant.

On high of all that, having fun with their in depth wine checklist is the right solution to go the time when you take your decide.

Glasgow Times:

The Duke’s Umbrella

363 Argyle Road

Shortly getting into the working as a contender for the very best Sunday roast in Glasgow this 12 months was West Finish gastropub the Duke’s Umbrella.

Head chef John Molloy places his personal creative twist on hearty pub grub classics like Sausage and Mash or Haggis Neeps and Tatties.

Pair this with a few Dukes Umbrella signature cocktails and you’ve got the right place to whittle away and lazy weekend afternoon.

Glasgow Times:

Sylvan

20 Woodlands Highway

A veggie and vegan pleasant paradise to be discovered close to town centre.

Should you’re in search of a plant-based meal that would convert any carnivore then this restaurant could be our first suggestion.

Counting on seasonal produce moderately than ‘faux meats’, the proficient cooks at Sylvan have curated a menu stuffed with delights like Blistered Padron Peppers, Mushroom Rice Pudding or Deep Fried Celeriac Schnitzel with Walnut Pesto.

The restaurant itself is laid again and stuffed with pure mild from large home windows wanting out onto Woodlands Highway for some top-notch folks watching.

It is all very zen.



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