It's nearly the weekend and we're feeling hungry here at the Glasgow Times. 

Our city can truly cater to every need when it comes to food and sometimes it can be daunting to decide what you're in the mood for before even thinking about what restaurant to visit. 

If you've got a fancy for a steak this weekend, we've compiled a nice, easy list of the top nine city restaurants for meat lovers worth paying a visit to - according to reviews left by you!

1. Tiffney's Steakhouse - "The Home of Dry Aged Beef"

Glasgow Times:

Glasgow's "home of dry-aged beef" as voted best Steakhouse in the city by reviewers. This West End eatery delivers intense flavour from its own, purpose-build temperature-controlled room for around 70 days. 

The uncomplicated menu holds few surprises and is carefully prepared by the team headed up by Dawn Rooney. Dawn has created a mouth-watering array of starters and desserts to compliment your dining experience.

2. Miller & Carter Steakhouse

Glasgow Times:

A renowned city favourite. Whatever your preferred cut - ribeye, fillet, sirloin or perhaps a chateaubriand between two - it'll be as flavoursome and tender as their master butcher intended.

3. Porter & Rye

Glasgow Times:

Porter & Rye opened its doors in Finnieston in December 2014, serving premium dry-aged beef and molecular plate dining. Fast forward to the present day, and Porter & Rye is at the heart of Finnieston’s thriving community, delivering wild and foraged food onto every plate. 

4. The Butchershop Bar and Grill

Glasgow Times:

Another West End steakhouse, the award-winning Butchershop Bar and Grill serves the fine, 21-28 day, dry-aged Scottish beef and locally-sourced fresh seafood and ingredients. A mix of Manhattan-style design, sleek service and innovative cocktails, it takes great pride in serving the best dry-aged, 100 per cent grass-fed Scotch beef. Background jazz and soul keep it all buzzing inside and the outside terrace is always much sought after on sunny days.

5. Finsbay Flatiron

Glasgow Times:

The sister bar and restaurant to the Finsbay in Milngavie, the Finsbay Flatiron is a steak restaurant on Woodlands Road. As the name suggests, Finsbay Flatiron specialises in flat iron steaks. Apart from a Sunday roast, it is the only main course on offer. Their beef is Scottish and sourced from local butchers.

6. Alston Bar & Beef

Alston only serves the top 1 per cent of beef on the market. Customers can choose from one of 35 day dry-aged steaks sourced by John Gilmour - a third-generation family butcher from the Scottish Borders. Alston Bar & Beef is located underneath Glasgow Central Station, and is named after the long-forgotten main street of Grahamston Village, which was demolished to make way for the station in the mid-1870s.

7. Mini Grill Glasgow Steakhouse

Mini Grill, situated in the heart of Glasgow is about a shared experience – from the restaurant’s comfort and conviviality to its fantastic hot food served every day. Beneath street level on Glasgow’s lively Bath Street, Mini Grill is a cosy eatery serving a wide range of homemade dishes from around the globe.

8. Meat bar

This edgy basement restaurant and bar brings Glasgow a vast array of Scottish and American craft beers, unique savoury cocktails and carnivorous delights including Home-smoked meats, American BBQ, Prime Scottish beef Steaks and Burgers. 

9. The Spanish Butcher

Glasgow Times:

Located at 80 Miller Street, in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, The Spanish Butcher serves the finest grades of Galician beef, the most premium Iberican Jamon and the freshest of seafood, combining Spanish and Mediterranean inspired flavours. Set within chic, modern New York loft-style interiors, The Spanish Butcher delivers with style