Stand-Out Scottish Books: Glasgow’s 100 Best Restaurants
After years of meticulous research, Paul Trainer of the popular Glasgowist website, in partnership with The Herald, brings us the book that all Glasgow gastronomes have been waiting for – Glasgow’s 100 Best Restaurants.
Glasgow’s 100 Best Restaurants includes contributions from David Kirkwood and Rosalind Erskine, additional input from the shakers and stirrers of what’s hot and what’s not in Glasgow’s food and drink circles, and last, but certainly not least, the votes of the great Glasgow public.
From these various sources Trainer has come up with a century of culinary delights. Including everything you need to know for where to go in Glasgow for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, not forgetting that important Glaswegian ritual – the chips on the way home.
Incorporating cafes, bistros, pubs, bars, and hotels, and with sumptuous colour photography by Clair Irwin and Sonya Walos, Glasgow’s 100 Best Restaurants is a mouth-watering and comprehensive guide to the best of Glasgow cuisine. And with 100 to try it is a book you will go back to again and again.
About the Author:
Paul Trainer is the digital editor of Glasgowist, a website dedicated to Glasgow food and drink, music, events, and seeking out the very best of Glasgow.
Paul researched the restaurants of Glasgow for more than 4 years before finally deciding on the 100 best.
Glasgow’s 100 Best Restaurants is available in paperback, and can be ordered exclusively from Lomond Books if you click here