Few Glasgow restaurants can boast a location quite like La Boca – on Hope Street, in close proximity to Buchanan Street station, countless theatres and Regent Street in the city centre – and this is a restaurant that takes advantage of this by offering superlative food that capitalises on its address. This is the taste of Spain, with tapas, grilled meats and – and if you tell La Boca in advance – paella. Book a table now to begin your evening in Glasgow city centre in style.
Sadly it was the closing night. Lá Boca was my favourite tapas place in Glasgow so quite sad but glad I went for the last night.
Gorgeous low-key rustic feel, really excellent tapas and desserts. Excellent waiting staff too who were timely and helpful and only slight niggle was the whinging voucher-couple next to us complaining about whatever was/wasn't included in their deal. La Boca isn't expensive, so just pay full price - the food is more than worth it.
Everything was lovely. The staff were very friendly and attentive, the food was delicious. Our wine was delicious, chilled. Atmosphere was great, lights dimmed as the evening went on.
Spanish food is one of the most popular restaurant options in Glasgow, and when you take a trip to La Boca on Hope Street in the city centre, it is easy to see why. A combination of tapas-style small plates to share makes Spanish food the perfect option for a large group or party, whether you’re gathered together to celebrate a special occasion, or just for a special family meal. Dishes come when they are ready, and can be continually ordered, so if you like a dish, just order another!
At La Boca, the kitchen recommends you take at least three tapas per person. We recommend a vegetarian dish, such as patatas bravas or Spanish omelette, a fish dish like calamares or boquerones, and a meat dish like, for example, albondigas or one of the chorizo dishes. always colourful no matter the combo you choose, book a table now at their city centre location on Hope Street to begin your Glasgow night out in style.