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Diners searching the Coatbridge-Airdrie area east of Glasgow for true Italian food are advised to seek out Trattoria Guidi, a long-standing trattoria-style Italian restaurant close to Coatdyke station with a vast dining space open fire and separate lounge bar. Not content with simply offering just a classic menu of Italian dishes, Trattoria Guidi also doubles as one of Airdrie’s most popular pizzeria and offers patrons the chance to take a slice of Italy home with them from the in-house deli. Care and attention is given to the sourcing of the ingredients at Guidi’s, meaning the delicacies created in this Deedes Street kitchen are as fresh as possible.
Very enjoyable meals were great as usual never been disappointed anytime we visit.
First time there but unless you can do something about your kitchen staff banging dirty pots and dishes while trying to have a conversation I am afraid we won’t be back which is a pity because everything else was spot on
3 friend catching up over a tasty 2 course menu. Soft drinks, as driving. Efficient and pleasant staff. This time all had same food ... minestrone followed by chicken milanese with pene carbonara pasta. Delish.
Eminently Italian, but an Airdrie institution, Trattoria Guidi is careful to source only the best produce when it comes to preparing to order items from the extensive menu at their Deedes Street restaurant and pizzeria. The services of a local Coatbridge butcher are called upon to supply Guidi’s with grass-fed and traditionally-matured beef, while Scottish salmon and Shetland mussels shipped fresh from Aberdeen make for incredibly robust seafood dishes. Naturally, premium Italian ingredients are a part of the kitchen’s repertoire, and Italian cuisine aficionados from across the Glasgow region come here to take home with them deil items like the famed Guidi’s Salad Dressing and comprehensive library of wines.
Two-course lunches and gluten-free options are part what sets Trattoria Guidi’s offering apart from other Italian restaurants in the vicinity of Airdrie and Coatbridge, east of Glasgow proper. That said, the main a la carte menu offers a panoramic view of Guidi’s exemplary Italian offering, dotted with old favourites chef’s specialties, and less-travelled dishes drawn from regional Italian cuisines. Situated on the cusp of Airdrie and Coatbridge, and within easy walk of coatdyke station, Trattoria Guidi is a popular choice among those looking to be pampered with a proper Italian feast – this restaurant, bar, and pizzeria can comfortably accommodate 250 guests, making it ideal for large celebrations like wedding receptions, anniversaries, or those special milestone birthday parties.