Christmas Lunch in Glasgow

When it comes to a Christmas lunch in the UK, there's nowhere quite like Glasgow. From hidden eateries where local ingredients reign supreme, to international restaurants boasting the best in seasonal plates, this is a city that has it all once the most festive time of the year comes calling. Check out our recommendations for the best Christmas lunch restaurants in Glasgow for a meal to remember.

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Last updated on 20th November 2018


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Celebrate the most wonderful time of year at this magical eatery, where you'll find exclusive menus at £35 per person. Purveyors of top quality, seasonal and earthy fodder with a refined twist, the festive season allows their grub to come into its own. The beautiful private dining room, heated patio and cosy conservatory can even be hired for an extra special event.

Waxy O'Connor's Glasgow

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Glasgow's favourite Irish superpub is putting on a real spread this year with a Christmas menu and festive buffet that includes all of your staples like honey-roasted pigs in blankets, breaded camembert and mince pies with brandy cream... all for only £22. Wash down with a proper Guinness or bubbles and you're in for good time.

Lucky 7 Canteen

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Part diner, part shabby-chic hub; Lucky 7 Canteen shirks brash impact for a more subtle slant which promises both quality and fun. Private dining is available and the menu shifts towards classy twists on American classics. Whether you're perching on a red leather stool or lounging in a rustic booth; you're sure to have a big smile on your face. 

Want to get into the celebratory groove yet not too hung up on tradition? Well, exposed brick and a soundtrack of jazz set the mood to contemporary cool, whilst the meaty fare is unrivaled. Think roasted turkey paupiette, confit goose leg and traditional desserts alongside a few modern twists.

For a family-style Christmas feast with all the trimmings, spend Christmas with The Butterfly and The Pig. Both Bath Street and Southside locations have gone all out this year, with three and five-course offerings featuring dishes like hot smoked salmon mousse, sea trout fillet and nut roasts.