Glasgow Times:

1. Ka Pao (N/E)

Glasgow Times:

Inspired by Southeast Asian cuisine, Ka Pao’s chefs design dishes that pack a flavourful punch. A smash hit on Vinicombe Street. Retaining attention with their dine at home kits, you can now find a table in their spacious dining room and order a steady supply of spicy combinations. 

2. Brian Maule at Chardon d'Or (-)

Glasgow Times:

They've opened up a downstairs cocktail lounge for bookings and are continuing to do creative things with Scottish ingredients as we move into the autumn season for produce. A great time to revisit one of Glasgow's dining landmarks. 

3. Redmond’s (New Entry)

One of Glasgow’s great local bars has a short but creative menu of bar bites with gyoza and bao buns recently being joined by ramen dishes. Excellent to enjoy with a pint.  

4. Alchemilla (Down 2)

Glasgow Times:

A favourite for local hospitality workers, head chef Rory Weymes has brought a broader pallet of flavours to this local favourite. Visit for exciting combinations of three or four ingredients served in a relaxed setting.

5. Errol’s Hot Pizza (N/E)

Very small pizza shop on Victoria Road. Their description. Get in early for pre-order and collection. Thick crust, crispy base, wide slices for folding, memorable toppings. They are in demand.