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Windows at the Carlton George is a place to come to when you'd rather have a bird's eye view of the world, with its seventh floor dining area, this won't be a problem at all. Furthermore, the restaurant is a great place to discover or re-discover British food (no, it's not just fish and chips!). Check out the highlights of the menu, Grilled Salmon Filet with Prawn and Casper Veloute, Scotch Lamb Cutlets with minted pears, red currant and mustard with red wine, sound promising.
Wagamama serves up a pan-Asian cuisine that features a fusion of eclectic traditional favorites with modern flavors. The fare is made fresh and all items are featured on a dietary menu, allowing guests full access to the ingredients in their food. Orders are taken via electronic pads, meaning that preparation begins in the kitchen as soon as you have made a choice on what to order. Dishes come to the table in the order that they are prepared, which can be problematic for groups who want to eat together. Start off with a range of dumplings, or dive right into the kare noodle soups. The atmosphere is also a major draw with lots of open, light space and minimalist décor. The end result is a dining experience that has only grown in popularity as new locations have opened worldwide.
Cafe Andaluz offers a variety of Tapas prepared with limitless ingredients, providing its patrons a unique dining experience. The staff create a friendly atmosphere where their patrons can relax and enjoy their meal, be it a romantic time, a family fun time or a gala time with friends. At Cafe Andaluz, one can choose from their set-meal menu or their a la carte menu and wash it down with a glass of wine and also conclude their meal with coffee from Andaluz' delectable variety. Every month they offer a special recipe stirred together by the Head Chef himself.
The Counting House is situated at the corner ofVincent Place and George Square. The pub is frequented by locals and tourists alike for its delicious lunch specials and drinks. There are over 15 varities of cask beers and over 70 varieties of bottled beers. Drinks can be well complemented with scrumptiousburgers, salads, sandwiches and more. Its central location makes it aconvenientspot for a great lunch spot while touring the city. During evenings it is an ideal place to start out for drinks before hitting the night spots.
Sophisticated and urbane, the decor here has a rich art nouveau-esque Parisian feel with a marble staircase, gorgeous red velvet curtains and lots of wrought-iron and oak. The menu veers towards contemporary Scottish with a slight French influence, combining fresh local produce with continental flair. Although there are no big surprises on the menu, classic recipes are beautifully executed, well-presented and come in satisfying portions. A big mural by Donald McLeod of Icarus and some men in kilts provides a conversational topic when you tire of discussing how delicious the food is.
The Auctioneers is a small but spacious pub located in the heart of Glasgow. This place has a bit of an old-fashioned vibe, but the energetic and young crowd makes it more contemporary and livelier. Their drink options are cheap and plenty, consisting of everything from beers and ciders, to wines and cocktails, as well as beverages for the non-drinkers. The food consists of a wide range of delicious pub grub that serves the best of many cuisines, such as American burgers and Asian noodles, as well as salads, sandwiches, grills and desserts. Another interesting feature is that the old building of thispubis rumored to be haunted, so watch your drink!