Quirky Restaurants In Glasgow

From east to west, our city is home to some of the most eclectic eateries in the business, from indoor gardens serving some of city's best dishes, to fine dining inside 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 the best quirky restaurants in Glasgow. 

Last updated on 3rd April 2020


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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 and cool cocktails and take the weight off at this fun and colourful restaurant.

226 Gallowgate relies on the reputation of the area's renowned foodie scene as well as its menu of freshly-made goods and unique aesthetic to stand out from the crowd. Dinners here are certainly a quirky affair, with a piano that's always ready to be played, art along the wall and welcoming vibe.

If you love breakfast food (who doesn't) then a trip to Stack and Still is a must. Head on over to this cool and quirk pancake house with over 10 million menu combinations, and get creative with flavours before heading to the self-serve booze machine for beer and cocktails.

Cult chicken brand Buck's Bar have set up a new outpost in Merchant City, bringing their signature deep-fried chicken, ample cocktail selection and live rock'n'roll music. The menu is full of classics from juicy wings to burgers, sliders and waffles, all topped with hot sauce (of course).