10 Spanish Restaurants in Glasgow

Spanish restaurants in Glasgow: from Scotland to Spain

Scotland and sunny Spain can feel worlds apart at time. It may be impossible to change the weather, but take a trip to one of Glasgow’s many Spanish restaurants and you will be able to soak up some Mediterranean vibes in no time, without even having to purchase a plane ticket! Share small plates of tapas paired with a bottle of amazing Spanish wine, or go all out with some traditional paella, washed down with a jug of sangria, or two. Finding the best Spanish restaurants in Glasgow has never been easier with Quandoo.

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Cubatas Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Finnieston
Spanish££££
5.3/615
Cubatas Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Tinto Tapas - Uddingston

Uddingston
Spanish££££
5.3/6221
Tinto Tapas - Uddingston

Tinto Tapas - East Kilbride

East Kilbride
Spanish££££
5.4/6148
Tinto Tapas - East Kilbride
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Tinto Tapas - Battlefield

Mount Florida
Spanish££££
5.2/6196
Tinto Tapas - Battlefield

Tinto Tapas - Hamilton

Town Centre
Spanish
5.0/6136
Tinto Tapas - Hamilton

Tinto Tapas - West End

West End
Spanish££££
4.7/674
Tinto Tapas - West End

Malaga Tapas

Pollokshields
Spanish££££
5.6/678
Malaga Tapas

Mi Casa

City Centre
Spanish££££
5.0/627
Mi Casa

Malaga Tapas

Kinning Park
Spanish££££
1.0/61
Malaga Tapas

El Quijote

Tollcross
Spanish££££
5.3/6156
El Quijote
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    It’s time for tapas

    Tapas are small, savoury plates of Spanish cuisine, typically served with drinks in relaxed bars in Spain. Now popular all over the world, due to its communal eating nature, going for tapas is a great way to socialise with friends, and Glasgow has many Spanish restaurants where you can indulge in these delectable small plates. What is better than catching up over some amazing food and wine after all? Share bite-size dishes like patatas bravas (slices of potatoes fried in oil and served with a spicy tomato sauce), gambas al ajillo (sautéed prawns in garlic), croquetas de jamón (potato croquettes with ham), and pulpo gallego (a dish from Galicia that is popular all over Spain, with cooked octopus served with boiled potatoes, olive oil and sweet paprika) – one of the best things about tapas as that you get to sample an array of different flavours. Try all of these dishes and more when dining at Glasgow’s many Spanish restaurants.
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    It’s not all just about tapas at Spanish restaurants in Glasgow though…

    The wonders of Spanish cooking doesn’t just stop at tapas. The Spanish are big on sharing, with many dishes made to be communally served such as paella – a traditional one pot meal made with rice, saffron and array of veggies, meat and seafood such as mussels, shrimp, chicken, onions, tomatoes, bell peppers and chorizo. Other exciting dishes you’ll find on the menu at Glasgow’s Spanish restaurants include Iberico ham – a famous meat exclusively produced in Spain and Portugal with a rich and decadent flavour and gazpacho – a cold soup made from raw vegetables, especially refreshing in the summer.
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    Did someone say dessert?

    When dining at one of Glasgow’s Spanish restaurants be sure to leave some room for dessert, because you won’t want to miss out on options like creme catalana – a Spanish-style creme brulee with a rich custard base flavoured with lemon or orange zest and cinnamon, topped with sugar caramelized using a special iron. Another thing that Spain is famous for is its wine, being the third largest producer of wine in the world, so be sure to pursue that amazing wine list too when dining at Spanish restaurants in Glasgow.
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    Book the best Spanish restaurants in Glasgow with Quandoo

    From the city centre over to the West End, the Southside and beyond, Glasgow boasts Spanish restaurants all over the city just waiting to be discovered. At La Boca in the City Centre you can experience a real taste of Spain through its authentic dishes and traditional setting, decked out with ceramic tiled walls. If you’re craving some tapas, then Tinto Tapas is the place to go, and you will find branches located all over the city, so you are never far from Spanish omelette, chorizo, meatballs and more. Browse the best Spanish restaurants in Glasgow with ease using Quandoo by filtering by price range and area, read reviews from other diners, and when you’ve made your decision, book a table online in just a few clicks!