Step out of your comfort zone this spring and introduce your taste buds to new and exciting flavours at one of these new Glasgow eateries.

El Perro Negro

(966 Argyle Street, G3 8JG – facebook.com/El.perro.negro.glasgow)

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With signage officially in place, there’s no doubt that El Perro Negro will be opening its doors in Glasgow’s West End soon.

Focusing on takeaway and eventually delivery, burger chef extraordinaire, Nick Watkins, will soon be serving what many call Glasgow’s best burger to the masses.

Phillies of Shawlands

(1179 Pollokshaws Road, G41 3YH – philliesbar.co.uk)

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A modern but cosy neighbourhood bar in Shawlands, the recently opened Phillies specialises in comfort food and vinyl records.

Expect seasonal soul food and local craft beer in friendly surroundings.

Bibimbap

(3 West Nile Street, G1 2PR – bibimbap-glasgow.com)

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Named after Korea’s ultimate comfort food, Bibimbap are serving up fresh, authentic and wholesome Korean classics in Glasgow’s city centre.

Gather by Zique

(70-72 Hyndland Street, G11 5PT – delizique.com)

The owners of the much-loved Cafezique and Delizique in Partick are due to open a new project on their current premises, Gather by Zique, in March.

Replacing the now closed deli element of the business, the new restaurant will specialise in fresh produce cooked on a charcoal grill.

The Drunken Cow


(189 Hope StreetG2 2UL)

This centrally located bar and kitchen are cooking up a variety of Ayrshire-reared steaks and burgers, as well as beers and cocktails.

Gnom

(Strathbungo)

With renovation work well underway on their new permanent premises, the southside will be officially welcoming Gnom (the permanent project from serial pop-up artists, Chompsky) very soon.

Known for producing a wide variety of tasty international cuisine in their street food van, we can only hope for more of the same.

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