Glasgow,  Scotland,  Travel,  UK

Glasgow – Where to Eat!

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We got a few takeaways as it was easier with our toddler to eat in our accommodation, plus we had friends come over and join us so it worked out perfectly. Here’s what we recommend:

Maki and Ramen

We are obviously obsessed with Japanese food and always give it a try. We were very surprised at how amazing this was – we got a takeaway and put the contents in a bowl, poured the soup stock over the top and it was delicious! I was drooling over my black garlic tonkotsu ramen so Glas-GO-GO-GO get them! An authentic Japanese experience in the middle of Glasgow!

Singl-End Garnethill

This was our AirBnB’s recommendation and it was spectacular! We got there early for a massive breakfast and I actually couldn’t even finish the whole thing! I went for the meaty eggs and ‘wow’ they came in a saucepan with a huge piece of sourdough bread – my favourite. Jason had the Scottish Breakfast and polished it all off! Every bite was insane and it was a shame we went here on our last day as otherwise we would’ve gone every day. Be warned you have to carry a pram down a load of stairs, but it’s definitely worth it and it was packed full when we left! Sadly we were too stuffed to get any of the amazing-looking cakes (yup – we really were that full!!) so we will do that on our next trip to Glasgow!

Mostly we loved this place for the staff – they were beyond friendly. Running to get Alfie a high chair, then some water, then a colouring book and crayons and coming to check on him to make sure he was having a lovely time. I cannot recommend this place more!

Tinderbox

Definitely been to friendlier places, so we ended up just grabbing a custard tart takeaway but wow it was divine!

Ashoka

We always have a curry when we are on holiday – it’s my favourite food and little Alfie LOVES it too, so it’s a win-win! We tried some local specialities this time with haggis pakora (spiced fritter) and Chasni (sweet creamy curry dish invented in Glasgow).

Other than that we had ice cream from vans and a load of cornflakes for breakfast but there’s no need to tell you about those lol!

These are the souvenirs we got from Glasgow – GlasweGIN, melt-in-the-mouth tablet, local beers and A Mr Men Little Miss book about Scotland!

If you’ve anything to add for places we need to eat at on our next trip let us know!!

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