An intimate dinner
In the heart of Glasgow's bohemian West End is The Ubiquitous Chip. The Chip, as it's fondly referred to by locals, has achieved legendary status in Scotland. The cracking Scottish grub certainly helps. Treat your date to Ayrshire chicken, Loch Melfort mussels or their signature dish, venison haggis. Swanky.
A light lunch
Sumptuous interiors. Cosy chairs. Clanking china. Cup Tea Lounge celebrates the indulgence of the Victorian age. Nibble away at posh sandwiches – think crayfish, and smoked chicken and mango. Wash them down with a Venezuelan hot chocolate (if you're feeling fancy).
Belgium is famed for its beers. But you can try its food too at Brel. Get down to this cool Ashton Lane hangout for proper Belgian-influenced tucker. We love the moules frites – Scottish steamed mussels served with homemade soda bread. Wash it down with a beer (when in Rome, or Belgium or Glasgow...).
In Glasgow there's only one place to get street food. Every weekend people flock to Big Feed, its Scotlands largest indoor street food market. It's also fully licensed so you can have cheeky lunch time beer.