Glasgow Map Tourist Attractions

Glasgow Map Tourist Attractions

The area bordered by Otago St. in the west, St. George’s Rd. in the east, and along Great Western Rd. Woodlands Rd.. and Eldon St. brims with cheap kebab-and- INlH curry joints. Byres Road and Ashton Lane, a tiny cobblestoned alley parallel to Byres Rd. thrive with cheap, trendy cafes. El Ashora. 108 Elderslie St. Just west of several hostels on Berkeley St. this award-winning restaurant features cheap, delicious Indian food. Lunch buffet £2.95, dinner buffet £5.95. Lunch served llam-2pm. Open daily 1 lam-midnight.

Willow Tea Rooms, 217 Sauchiehall St. Upstairs from Henderson the Jewellers. A Glasgow landmark. Sip one of 31 kinds of tea. £1.70 per pot. High tea £8.80. Open M-Sa 9am-4:30pm, Su noon-4:15pm.

La Tasca, 39 Renfield St. (204 5188), is a popular Spanish tapas bar where the sangria is not to be missed. Tapas £3-8. Open daily noon-midnight.

Cul-de-Sac Restaurant, 44-46 Ashton Ln. Turn from Byres Rd. onto Ashton Ln. and bear right. 3-course dinners include vegetable dishes, meat cassoulet, and haggis (£13-20). Open M-Sa noon-10:30pm, Su 12:30-10:30pm.

Henry Healthy, Queen St (227 2791), just south of George Sq. A great place for a quick snack or lunch. Soup 80p. Sandwiches £1.60. Open M-Sa 7:30am-3pm.

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