Cubatas is a Finnieston restaurant renowned for its authentic and utterly delicious Spanish menu. Named as one of the best tapas restaurants in the UK, this place is an essential venture for lovers of seafood, cured meats and fresh paella all for an affordable price.
Tapas Bars in Glasgow
Tapas bars offer some of the best food in the city. Small pinxto plates full of Spanish and international favourites, tortilla, paella, chorizo, patatas bravas, calamari.... okay, we're already hungry. Tapas bars are the perfect places for a lively dinner with friends sharing dishes, or a romantic meal for two with wine on date night. If you're looking for something different, check out our pick of the best tapas bars in Glasgow.
Nestled in the Cowcaddens, EVOO is a Mediterranean restaurant and tapas bar inspired by Italian, Spanish and Greek influences. Topping it off? The bar's diverse wine, beer and cocktail menu includes a signature bloody mary, pomegranate cosmo and brambled Tom Collins.
Boteco do Brasil is a fun and feisty tapas bar in Glasgow. This Brazilian-themed late night bar offers a tapas menu with incredible South American peticos dishes adding a little spice to your night out, with regular live music and dancing to keep you entertained while you dine.
From the minds behind Chinaski's, Alchemilla is a Finnieston restaurant and tapas bar inspired by the Mediterranean. With a relaxed, open atmosphere and bright interiors, the venue serves organic and biodynamic wine with dishes like seabass ceviche, roasted quail and orange polenta cake.
Arta is a bold and beautiful Spanish restaurant serving authentic dishes in a quirky setting. Against a backdrop of red and gold furnishings, guests can tuck into paella, cured meats, tapas and plenty more with glasses of refreshing Sangria to wash everything down with.
This Greek-Cypriot restaurant is putting their own twist on tapas, serving small sharing plates packed with flavours of the Mediterranean. Head on over to Halloumi for lamb keftedes, Greek mac 'n' cheese, halloumi fries (of course) and plenty of wine to accompany your feasting.