Italians have made an enormous influence on Scottish cuisine over the years, from the pescado frito that became the fish supper to the pizza crunch, and their contribution shows no sign of ending. Their bread and butter – or bruschetta and olive oil, if you will – remains the family-friendly restaurant, and at Da Antonio on Campbell Street in Hamilton, they have an Italian that stands in the grand tradition. Antonio Tartaglia has been cooking in Glasgow since 1980, and he has brought all his experience to bear on the food at Da Antonio, with an Italian menu that takes in all the classics: antipasti, pastas, meat and fish dishes and a wide range of sides and cheeses. Wash it down with some selections from their extensive wine list and you’re well on your way to a great night out in Glasgow. Book a table now.
Would definitely recommend this restaurant. Small and cosy, the food and service was really good. If you want to get real Italian home cooking this this is for you.
Best minestrone soup I have ever tasted. The restaurant chef cooks from scratch and you can tell the difference. Will be back it’s brilliant really loved it
Great Italian restaurant. Usually book table as does not have many tables. Good specials board, tried the asparagus parmigiana (lovely). Nice, experienced staff. Highly recommend.