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Situated on the West End side of Glasgow’s bustling Sauchiehall Street close to Charing Cross, Tarantino Restaurant provides classic Italian food in a homely environment. Decorated in a traditional style, this cosy restaurant lacks the pretense of a high-end restaurant but has the quality of food to rival one. With a warm atmosphere and a long list of fine wines to accompany your meal, Tarantino Restaurant Glasgow is the perfect beginning to a night out.
The good was delicious and the service was outstanding! We were visiting from Canada and stumbled across Tarantinos. Loved our meal and made sure to eat there our last night in Scotland.
I have been in this restaurant several times and always thoroughly enjoyed the meals but the one on Saturday night was absolutley outstanding. I had Gamberoni Picante followed by Vitella al Vino. Superb!
While Glasgow may have no shortage of Italian restaurants, Tarantino Restaurant on Sauchiehall Street near Charing Cross really stands out from the rest with their quality of cuisine. With an emphasis on bringing the traditions of the chef’s Italian hometown of Nardo to Glasgow, you will find authentic Italian food and an array of fine wines to go along with it. On the menu is a range of fresh homemade pasta, like the agnollotti ai due salmoni, homemade fresh pasta parcels filled with ricotta cheese, smoked salmon and fresh salmon all tossed in a light lemon, butter and dill sauce.
You will also find risotto, seafood and meat dishes, as well as an impressively long dessert menu, with a range of delectable Italian options including tiramisu, panna cotta and a selection of ice cream that has been specially imported from Italy. A real hidden gems, Tarantino Restaurant Glasgow offers up high-quality Italian cuisine in a welcoming setting. This Sauchiehall Street restaurant close to Charing Cross is the place to go to experience a piece of authentic Italian culture in Glasgow.