Glasgow may feel a million miles away from the Mediterranean coastline, but Sorrento Restaurant brings a little piece of Neapolitan charm right to the heart of the West End. Located on Byres Road, a stone's throw from Hillhead subway station, Sorrento Restaurant is decorated in a rustic Italian style, and the warm ambience makes it feel like you are dining in the home of restaurant owners, the Russo brothers. The menu boasts all of the Italian classics and some curious fusions besides. Begin with the haggis Toscano, a Scottish twist on an Italian favourite, before indulging in one of their speciality pasta parcels like the delicious rettangoli con salmone e aneto.
So disappointed my friend who’s birthday it was, we have been in Sorrento and always enjoyed it, but won’t be back my friend did not finish her lasagna and I didn’t really enjoy mine.the young lad who served us was lovely .so sorry we won’t be back
Very nice, enjoyed my meal. Relaxed atmosphere and we did not feel rushed.
First visit and we all enjoyed it.the service was first rate cheery and funny staff.food in the main very good perhaps too much for some.prices were normal and will go again.
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The aim of the passionate team at Glasgow’s Sorrento Restaurant is to provide the most authentic Italian experience possible. As such, Italian flair is evident from the way the coffee is roasted right through to the food, the wine and the service. Sorrento really nails each element of the Italian restaurant experience and as a result the restaurant is immensely popular with those in Glasgow who know their penne from their tagliati. You’ll find Sorrento Restaurant on Byres Road in the very lively West End and whether for lunch or for dinner, it’s certainly worth getting excited.
Every dish at Sorrento Restaurant is beautifully presented in a way that almost makes you not want to eat it through fear of making the plate look messy, but after the first bite, you’ll not be able to stop. The menu is laced with quality in the way of classic pasta dishes, risotto and gnocchi, then pizza and plenty of meat – the medallions of veal topped with Parma ham and finished with white wine and sage veloute are particularly good. Also a winner is the Scottish fillet steak sautéed in butter with green peppercorns, red wine brandy and cream, as well as any of the pizzas. As far as Italian restaurants in Glasgow’s West End go, Sorrento is without doubt the one you need to try first. Reserve a table now.