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10 Restaurants in Glasgow: French

The easy way to find the best French restaurants in Glasgow

You'll love dining at some of the best French restaurants in Glasgow. The city is home to cultural institutions like the Scottish Ballet, Opera, and Theatre and it's known for its Victorian, and Art-Nouveau architecture. Scotland's largest city also boasts some of the country's finest restaurants and it's so much easier to find the brasserie or bistro that's right for you with Quandoo. Just browse our extensive selection of French restaurants in Glasgow and book in advance to ensure that a table is free when you arrive.

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Côte Glasgow

Glasgow City
French££££
5.5/61211
Côte Glasgow

La Bonne Auberge

City Centre
Mediterranean££££
4.9/654
La Bonne Auberge

Le Chalet Beaumartin

Kelvinbridge
Fondue££££
Le Chalet Beaumartin
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Côte Edinburgh

New Town
French££££
5.3/61420
Côte Edinburgh

Breizh

City Centre
French££££
5.3/6106
Breizh

The Chefs Eye

Town Centre
Fusion££££
5.9/615
The Chefs Eye

Papillon

Leith
European££££
6.0/61
Papillon

Pig'Halle

City Centre
French££££
5.5/6161
Pig'Halle

La Garrigue

City Centre
French££££
La Garrigue
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Cardo Restaurant

City Centre
French££££
5.5/615
Cardo Restaurant
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    Explore Scotland's second city

    Glasgow is a former city of culture so it's no surprise to find that it's also a city of fine dining. Spend the day shopping on the famous Style Mile before stopping for lunch or an early dinner at one of our recommended French restaurants in Glasgow. French dishes like coq au vin or cassoulet are the ideal pick-me-up for hungry shoppers while butter-rich dishes with rich creamy sauces make delicious dinners. Glasgow appeals to all ages and you'll love visiting attractions like the Science Museum and the Clyde Auditorium on the banks of the River Clyde. The city's famous river was once the heart of its shipbuilding industry. Now, it's a great place to walk and work up an appetite.
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    French restaurants in Glasgow - which type do you prefer?

    Is there any difference between a bistro and a brasserie? The brasserie takes its name from the Alsatian word for a brewery. These large, busy restaurants were often attached to breweries although today they're more likely to have a bar. Brasserie-style French restaurants in Glasgow serve tasty dishes in a lively setting and menu staples include choucroute, a satisfying dish of sausage, potatoes and sauerkraut, French onion soup, and locally-sourced fresh oysters.
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    Intimate French restaurants in Glasgow for that special evening

    A bistro is a smaller, more intimate restaurant and the French originals were often family owned. Elegant bistro-style French restaurants in Glasgow are more likely to be run by celebrity chefs today, and you'll find some of the best on Argyll Street, Nile Street or Renfrew Street close to Glasgow Cathedral and the Gallery of Modern Art. They're the ideal choice for romantic dinners and you can make reservations for French restaurants in Glasgow quickly and easily with Quandoo.