Rennie Mackintosh Hotel

218-220 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6TX, United Kingdom
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24%
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places to eat..

by spiceman19

Hi, Going to Glasgow(Hotel Central) on the 25th Oct for 3nts with my wife and 2 kids (11,8).
I would love to hear the best places to get some good food.Kid's are good eaters and enjoy a varied diet,though my daughter (11)has quite a list of allergies.
Looked at loads on the net and would love to hear from someone with local knowledge...good pub grub,restaurants e.t.c.
Thankyou.
David.

Re: places to eat..

by TravellingSpirit

What sort of allergies does your daughter have? I have to avoid wheat and dairy and am also vegan so am familiar with trying to find places that will accomodate this. One place I'd recommend is Cafe Hula (www.cafehula.co.uk), on Hope Street, opposite the Theatre Royal - the food is great and if you phone ahead and speak to either Hugh or Rachel they will cook something that suits. It's also very reasonably priced. I organised a VT meet in Glasgow a couple of years ago and this is where we ate and everyone loved it. I don't eat out much in Glasgow, but will have a think about other places that might suit. I'm guessing that italian wouldn't be good if there's a problem with dairy or wheat? If this isn't a problem Dinos which is near the Central Station is very good and fairly reasonable. Another place I'd recommend if you like Thai is the Thai Orchid on Argylle Street (also close to the Central Hotel). Hope you enjoy your stay - Glasgow is a great city. I'm there every day for work.

Re: places to eat..

by iaint

We usually end up in Paperino's when we're in Glasgow (in fact, probably tonight!). Its Italian. Its opposite the cinema on Sauchiehall St, close to the Art School. Not so convenient for your hotel, but not that far either.

Re: places to eat..

by IanMacPhail

Have a look at www.5pm.co.uk and I`ll be back with some suggestions.

Re: places to eat..

by IanMacPhail

There are four Witherspoons pubs close to the Central Hotel. You may also want to try one or some of the following; Qua Italia, The Italian Kitchen, Cafe Andaluz, China Buffet, Kama Sutra, Toni`s, Osteria Piero, Bacchus, Di Maggio`s, TGI Fridays and Mzouda.
You`ll probably find somewhere better than all of these. :-)

Travel Tips for Glasgow

Having a Good Day Out

by RPW

Experiment - Just let yourself get in to the way of life. In Glasgow you will see a cross section of everyday life, from wealthy people to ones that don't have a lot but are still incredibly cheery. If you are perhaps a bit nervous and worried that you might get involved in something that could cause a problem then stay in the city centre, if you feel a bit more adventurous venture along to the 'barras area especially on a Saturday or Sunday. Glasgow has a host of upmarket shops in the Italian Centre, it also has a few big shopping malls that again offer you shops of every type. There is also the West End of Glasgow with it's ultra cosmipolitan Byres Road, some nice shops, excellent cafes in little lanes and within easy distance of the city centre. Don't forget the three universities, the numerous art galleries and museums, the fantastic sports stadiums and amazing restaurants. I sometimes criticise Glasgow when I am here, but only because I take it all for granted. Glasgow has everything that most other European cities has, the attractions, the people and even some of the illegal things !!!

Sword Dance

by robertgaz

Highland warriors danced over the blades of two crossed swords before and after their battles.

They were very careful not to touch the swords with their feet while they danced because they believed that this would bring them bad luck.

This exhibition was for a local bank so you wouldn't want to bring them bad luck!

Going to Hampden? Get Museumed up!

by IanMacPhail

Hampden is the home of Scottish football and you will find the Scottish Football museum there. It`s definitely worth a visit and as well as seeing some famous trophies you can destroy your teeth with a lovely macaroon bar from the shop. You also go to the dressing rooms and remember to pin a photo of your favourite team in the referees room (joking).
Loads of buses go near to Hampden, go to the bus stop in Stockwell Street just off Argyle Street and ask the driver when the bus arrives, " gotayhampdenmate?"
Enjoy

LARGS

by Hosell

The Ayrshire is located northwest of Glasgow,you will reach the shire in about 30-40 minutes by car.If you have a rental car you can explore all this beautiful shire and also all small villages on the coastline.One of these nice village is LARGS,is a nice and picturesque place to spend a full day,there are a few nice restaurants and small hotels aswell.

Tea and coffee,no alcohol

by jeniferkik about Shah Noor

Popular late night rendevous with lovely selection of coffee and tea. ALSO large and i dont know how to spell it ,but you will understand the description,pipe for apple and herbal smokes It is in a beautiful baronial hall {was tould it originally was the Musicians union}. As nice as any place you can imagine and attracts a lot of international types.The Berkeley Globetrotters student hotel is across the road. people looked smart

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Address: 218-220 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6TX, United Kingdom