Quirky Restaurants In Glasgow

Our city is home to some of the most eclectic eateries in the business, from beaut indoor gardens serving scrumptious bites to fine dining in churches and bars channelling the spirit of the American South. To help you on your quest to find somewhere a little different to have your dinner, we've rounded up all of Glasgow's quirky restaurants.

Last updated on 24th November 2022




Found a five-story, grade A-listed building, with a 26-foot glass dome in the ceiling, The Corinthian is one of the best quirky Merchant City restaurants going. Pop by its Teller's Brasserie for elevated British fare in stunning surrounds, with DJ nights and live music to keep you entertained.

The Gardener

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The Gardener is an essential escape for any lover of floral cocktails, seasonal dishes and pretty decor. A botanical beaut with charm by the bucketload, this quirky restaurant is a popular spot from breakfast all the way through to romantic dinners.

WEST On The Green

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Nestled in the East End, WEST On The Green really is a quirky restaurant in Glasgow's East End. Not only does it serve pints straight from the source in pretty surrounds, but it also rustles up a range of German grub, including Bavarian goulash, scrumptious schnitzel and plenty of wicked wurst.

Thaikhun

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Bringing authentic Thai cuisine to Silverburn Shopping Centre, Thaikhun is the perfect way to end a day of retail therapy. Grab some tasty food, sip cool cocktails and take the weight off your feet at this fun and colourful restaurant.

Bibimbap

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With interiors dressed to the nines (think foliage-covered walls and colourful umbrellas), this quirky restaurant in Glasgow city centre promises authentic Korean food and innovative cocktail twists. Head here if you're looking to liven up your next date night with something unexpected.

If you love breakfast food (who doesn't) then a trip to Stack and Still is a must. Venture over to this unique pancake house, where you can personalise your flavours and toppings, before heading to the self-serve booze machine for beers and cocktails.