10 of the best restaurants in Glasgow (according to The Scotsman critics)

From casual cuisine like pizza and tapas to fine dining dishes and street food, Glasgow’s food and drink scene is thriving.

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Here are ten of the best restaurants according to The Scotsman’s critics.

Gaby Soutar said she was 'spoiled' by her visit here, with dishes like the pork fritto misto and the crowdie cheesecake adding to the wow factor.

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Sean Murphy stated that Iberica is riding the crest of the wave of great new Spanish restaurants in Glasgow and offers some 'sublime tapas'
Gaby Soutar said that the team at the hugely popular Alchemilla turn ingredients like Jerusalem artichoke and octopus into gold.
Dishes such as whole roasted suckling pig and secreto iberico de bellota make a visit to The Spanish Butcher a luxurious venture, wrote Gaby Soutar.
Paesano offers what many say is Glasgow's best pizza and Gaby Soutar was an instant convert after her visit.
The small plates at Ox & Finch are a foodies' dream, wrote Lynn Cochrane after her visit.
Dishes such as crab and crayfish rarebit, Arbroath Smokie croquettes and curried coley ensure that Public House By Nico is not serving up your average pub grub, stated Gaby Soutar in her review.
Bursting with colour and stunning food, Gaby Soutar recommends you take a little bit of Eusebi home with you.
Influenced by Iranian cafes in Mumbai, Chaakoo is one of the best places in the city centre to grab some tapas style Indian cuisine says Gaby Soutar
The Hug and Pint is stylish, cool and is a great place for delicious vegan food, says Kirsty McLuckie