THERE are three things you can rely on when you live in or visit Glasgow: good music venues, a great night out and good food.

The challenge, however, can be knowing where to turn for such delights.

That’s where we come in.

To help make your weekend life that little bit easier, we’ve put together the top five places to eat in Glasgow.

If you haven’t tried these places yet, put it at the top of your to do list immediately. You can thank us later.

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Ox and Finch, Sauchiehall Street

This place is a firm favourite among Glaswegians. Known for it’s unique take on contemporary tapas-style dishes made from traditional favourites. It can be a little on the pricey side but worth it for a special occasion.

Fanny Trollopes Bistro, Argyle Street

This a must do for anyone in the city centre. You’ll struggle to find a main course under £15 but pop it on your bucket list because you have to try this restaurant at least once.

Gamba, West George Street

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We get it – not everyone is into fish. But, if you’re a seafood fan, this is one eatery not to be missed. With an array of just about every kind there is, there is something for every fish-lover on this menu.

Nanika Noodle & Bun Bar, Victoria Road

This is an Instagram fiend’s dream because Nanika is seriously unique. Nestled away in a tiny little spot in the south side, the eatery offers an assortment of delicious cuisine and it’s BYOB. The tapas-style arrangement is also very budget friendly so it makes a great destination for a cheap night out.

Nanakusa, Sauchiehall Street

For those thinking this is “just a sushi place”, you’re making a big mistake. Yes, there’s a delicious array of the Japanese dish on offer but, if that’s not your thing, no problem. Plus, it’s very well priced.

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