Having established Khublai Khans in Edinburgh in 1995,and determined to uphold Mongolian Tradition, the owners, brothers Alasdair and Andrew McRobbie decided in 1998 that Glasgow was ripe for a "Storm from the East". The result was a second Khublai Khan in the Merchant City's trendy Candleriggs.
Arisaig Restaurant is a smartly presented Scottish bar & restaurant, located within the stunning courtyard of the historic Merchant Square. Inspired by childhood holidays to the West Coast Village of the same name, Arisaig Bar & Restaurant offers the best of Scottish cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere with friendly service.
Roastit Bubbly Jocks Bistro was established 2002 as a friendly neighbourhood restaurant in the West End of Glasgow, specialising in traditional and modern Scottish cuisine with a nod towards French and Continental cooking.
Ask any Glaswegian for directions to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, and they're sure to say "D'you know the Ashoka West End?" Immortalised as a famous culinary landmark, it sits on the corner of the longest street and shortest road in the city, and shines like a beacon and acts like a magnet to Glasgow's colossal curry eating fraternity.
Welcome to Café India, Scotland’s favourite Indian Restaurant, now reborn in the Merchant City. Glasgow's Premier Indian restaurant, Café India is situated in a brand new location in the heart of cosmopolitan Merchant City.
Viva Ristorante is an Italian restaurant in the heart of the city centre of Glasgow. The location is close to Glasgow city centre theatres and cinemas – less that a 5 minute walk from Glasgow Central Station and the Kings Theatre. The restaurant has full disabled acces and baby change facilities.