Food in Glasgow
Few things are more comforting than your favourite meal from home. And because Glasgow has such a cosmopolitan community, you'll find great foods from all over the world here.
In the heart of the city you’ll find Sauchiehall Street. This is the best place to go to celebrate international foods on any budget. You’ll find a choice of Chinese, Indian, Thai, Japanese, Italian, Spanish and British restaurants there.
Local specialties include haggis (a traditional Scottish meat dish) with neeps and tatties (turnips and potatoes). And, every month you’ll find a food market in Mansfield park, where you can enjoy snacks and traditional Scottish music.
Need Sichuan peppercorns for your favourite tofu recipe? Just five minutes from campus, you’ll find an Asian Supermarket. If you’re missing your mum’s perfect goat curry, head to the African-Caribbean café on Osborne Street.
You’ll find food from across the globe in Glasgow's cafes, restaurants and food shops. For students with special diets, you can also find halal meat, kosher, vegetarian and vegan foods in the city centre. And, best of all, there are plenty of budget options with meals for under £5.
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