The Glasgow Restaurant Association has been busy again! We’ve teamed up with some other great restaurants and some well known celebrities to come up with ‘Glasgow Cooks Better’. We’re hoping to raise enough money to fund the building of the kitchen in the new Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice… Read more news »
Consistently excellent cooking
The original! Opened in 1989 serving 'seriously fishy' dishes in a small but perfectly formed dining room. The kitchen is open plan so you can see everything that's going on and have a chat with the chef on your way out!
A firmly established Glasgow favourite on (88, naturally) Dumbarton Road, Two Fat Ladies has a deserved reputation as one of the city’s premier seafood restaurants, with consistently excellent cooking that can include influences from France, Italy, the Middle East and beyond. The dining space is compact but intimate, and is always busy so booking ahead is advised.
A bright and vibrant starter of prawn and scallop cocktail with tomato, avocado and tequila shows the inventiveness of the kitchen. Moroccan spiced ling with vegetable cous-cous is a great way with a fine Scottish fish, and a succulent ribeye of Scotch beef garlic flat-cap mushrooms and homemade horseradish sauce is a treat for anyone preferring turf to surf!