Now taken over by the Two Fat Ladies group, The Buttery offers a uniquely Scottish interior and menu. On offer is a selection of fresh seafood, cuts of meat and the The Grand Dessert, a greatest hits of the Two Fat Ladies dessert menu. If your mum is looking for a slap-up Sunday meal, booking a table here isn’t likely to disappoint.
652 Argyle Street.
A short walk from the busy city centre streets, Blythswood Square offers a quiet and sophisticated sanctuary serving up afternoon tea with everything from sandwiches, macaroons and miniature eclairs. If you’re feeling extra generous, the hotel also offers the ultimate spa experience.
11 Blythswood Square.
Go one better than the traditional Sunday roast and treat your mum to a Butchershop Bar and Grill steak. Their quality Scottish steaks, whiskies and wines are some of the best in the city.
1055 Sauchiehall Street.
Situated on the second floor terrace of Princes Square, October is the perfect destination for a stylish and affordable day out. You can treat your mum to a cocktail and a spot of shopping or enjoy a meal while you take in the sights. Either way, this will make for a great Mother’s Day treat.
Princes Square, Glasgow
El Perro Negro will be taking over the kitchen at BrewDog to produce some of their famous burgers. Grabbing a burger with your mum on a Sunday evening might not be the traditional Mother’s Day outing but that doesn’t make it any less tasty.
1397-1403 Argyle Street.
If you want to go all out and make your mum feel extra special, get your hands on a booking at The Corinthian. The brasserie has created a special Mother’s Day luxury afternoon tea with cosmopolitan cocktail or a three course menu.
191 Ingram Street, Merchant City.