Found in the heart of the West End and hailed as one of the best tapas restaurants in Glasgow, Cubatas is the place to go should you be looking for a fun meal in the city. Heaving with casual tapas plates and European wine, it's cool, it's delicious and it's made for a night with friends.
Fun Restaurants in Glasgow
Looking for the perfect pit-stop for a feast and a frolic in our fair city? Well, look no further - as we've scouted out a bustling selection of restaurants that are bursting with flavour in both their food and their atmospheres. Who says dining has to be formal? We sure don't, so why don't you check out our guide to fun restaurants in Glasgow and have yourself a foodie foray in the city.
A'Challtainn is a restaurant-bar in Glasgow that's been turning heads with its delicious menu and stunning flavours. While the restaurant delivers plates of fresh shellfish and catch-of-the-day treats, the bar staff are busy creating a range of delectable cocktails for diners to enjoy.
With its legendary neon lighting, plush Eastern dining and dive bar style, Bar Soba in Mitchell Lane is one of the most fun places to eat in Glasgow thanks to a top notch rotation of succulent food and a bustling dining atmosphere.
Providing just what you need in the fried chicken department, get set for casual dining, craft beers and plenty of chat at Buck's Bar. We thoroughly recommend their take on an afternoon tea, with three tiers of fried goodness, or the red hot chilli challenge if you're feeling brave.
This West End bohemian hangout is a popular choice for students and groups of mates looking for some cheap drinks and perfectly prepared pub grub at a fun restaurant in Glasgow. Its converted theatre setting and quirky decor provides a fun and exciting environment to dine in.
Brimming with entertainment and food combined, Wild Cabaret is one of the most fun restaurants in Glasgow, and with good reason. Head on down for lush gastro dining set alongside a roster of cabaret and burlesque entertainment every night.
Lucky 7 is a quirky Bath Street eatery that prides itself on its - 'No frills, no fuss, good food' ethos. It's the perfectly fun-filled and affordable joint for a spot of lunch or dinner with some mates, where you'll find a unique and cosy hideaway with a banter-filled and friendly bunch of staff.
With interiors like theirs, it's hard not to see Thaikhun as one of the most unique places to eat in Glasgow. A menagerie of Eastern trinkets and rustic charm, head on down for Thai dining in a fun, cocktail-laced atmosphere.
Bringing Latino flavours to Merchant City, Boteco Do Brasil ids a fun-fueled party paradise complete with vibrant eats and equally kooky cocktails. Home to regular parties, salsa nights and live music, this place is a great one for letting your hair down.
Tiki Bar is a tastefully tropical oasis in the city centre. A visit here allows you to escape from the daily grind and kick back with a cocktail, or venture upstairs to the Kitsch Inn for a fresh explosion of Thai tastiness in a brilliantly unique surroundings.
Bloc+ is a cool place to feast on quirky takes on American classics before catching a hip-hop, electro or indie gig (and anything else in-between). Offering Irn-Bru sarnies, poutine and veggie burgers aplenty, this one pairs its nosh with an ample menu of drinks to wash it all down.
Head to the legendary Lebowskis for a lively and fun-filled feast, where you can get your chops around one of their infamous Scottish burgers, and wash it down with a jar from their impressive drinks menu. If you're looking for an upbeat location for a spot of lunch or dinner, this is a winner.
It's hard not to enjoy yourself in a Glasgow restaurant like this when the atmosphere and dining experience is so laid-back. Head on down for burger-gorging and craft beer glugging at the cool and beloved Bread Meats Bread.