Chinese cuisine is hugely popular in the city with dozens of places to choose from.

We asked our readers to share their favourite ones and compiled this list to help you when you next get a craving.

Here are the places they recommended.

Lychee Oriental

59 Mitchell Street, Glasgow, G1 3LN 

A favourite among Glasgow foodies, this eatery opened in 2015 and has won multiple awards.

Spearheaded by well-known chef Jimmy Lee, they serve all the classic dishes you are looking for and more.

Ho Wong

56 Waterloo Street, Glasgow, G2 6HQ

Describing itself as "a Glasgow institution", this place has been open since 1986.

Serving lunch, dinner and everything in between, it's a sure winner, according to our readers.

China Sea

12 Renfield Sreet, Glasgow G2 5AL

Less than a minute's walk from Central Station, this establishment is easy to get to and definitely worth a visit.

One reader said: "I've been going since the mid-70s". What a testimony!

Amber Regent

50 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 2RA 

Run by restaurateur Andy Chung, this legendary eatery has been feeding Glasgwegians for 50 years.

They pride themselves in using the best quality ingredients, especially seafood and shellfish, for their mouth-watering dishes.

Glasgow Times: Andy ChungAndy Chung (Image: Gordon Terris, Newsquest)

Lemon Tree

119-121 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G4 9AH 

Lemon Tree is a takeaway describing itself as "a budget-friendly restaurant popular for its fabulous noodles".

You can find all the classics on their menu to satisfy your craving.


1015 Crow Road, Anniesland, Glasgow, G13 1JP

Serving delicious dishes, including a tapas menu, this award-winning spot is beloved by our readers.

You can sit in or take away their food.

Lam's Kitchen

34 Lochdochart Road, Glasgow, G34 0PU

Other than providing tasty meals, owner Connie Lam has been praised for transforming the community with her eateries.

The crispy shredded chicken chow mein is a must-try.

For more inspiration, read our list of the best of Glasgow Chinese takeaways on TikTok.

Which is your favourite Chinese restaurant?