With so much to choose from, it can be difficult to pick just one favorite brunch or Sunday lunch spot in the city.
To help with that, OpenTable has looked at which restaurants have been highly rated by their customers to compile a list of the top 50 places for brunch and Sunday lunch in the UK
And the results may come as a surprise to city foodies …
First up is Ardnamurchan in the city center.
The restaurant and bar is popular for its Scottish produce and has an impressive 1,130 reviews on OpenTable – with an average rating of four and a half stars.
Top of their list of popular dishes is Isle of Mull Scallops, Cullen Skink and everybody’s favorite Sticky Toffee Pudding.
The only other Glasgow destination to feature on the list is Ibrox Restaurant, situated in The Ibrox suite at Ibrox Stadium.
An impressive 2,050 reviews have been left for the restaurant bringing it up to an average rating of four and a half stars.
Their Sunday lunch carvery seems to be a popular choice as well as pub classics steak and sausage pie, fish and chips and an interesting sounding ‘twisted’ mac and cheese.
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Despite only recently opening, Thundercat Pub and Diner has managed to secure a space on the list.
As you may have already seen (or tasted), Thundercat specialises in deep dish pizza pies and other American staples.
Over 1,000 have rated the Merchant City restaurant on OpenTable with a lot of five-star reviews making an appearance.
The research by OpenTable reveals that Glasgow is one of the regions most keen to visit a restaurant this Mother’s Day, with nearly half (46%) planning on dining out.
It also reveals that the average Glaswegian expects to spend £ 87 on their mum this year, more than any other city in the UK.