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Time Out says

Come for the bright open interiors, stay for the seasonal small plates, sumptuous desserts and bubbly focaccia

What’s the vibe?

Mediterranean-inspired relaxed seasonal dinning with a sophisticated minimalist interior and a focus on sharing. Tucked in the corner of Argyle Street, this open-plan restaurant offers a relaxed and intimate atmosphere in a bright and open space. And it’s got the food to match; simple, flavourful and well executed every time. 

What are the prices like?

Plates range from £7-29, and the price per head typically comes in at around £60 pp with drinks, or £30 pp for a light lunch.

What should I order?

Ordering a ton and sharing is the way to go here; Goriosa’s menu changes seasonally, sometimes monthly, or even daily, and the menu features small plates and sharing mains. Whatever’s on the menu, you must order the bubbly focaccia, and try at least one of its excellent desserts. 

What’s worth visiting nearby?

Tucked in a corner of Argyle Street, Gloriosa is the perfect pit stop if you’re visiting the west end of Glasgow. The Kelvingrove museum and Kelvingrove part are just around the corner, and you can easily cross the river Clyde to find the transport museum and Clydeside distillery.

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Laura Menéndez
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Laura Menéndez


1321 Argyle St
G3 8TL
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