Even if you’re in a hurry, you should still be able to enjoy a mouthwatering meal on the go.
Chips and gravy out of the City Bakeries used to be the most elite lunch going but Glasgow’s takeaway offering has come a long way since then.
Five top-notch takeawaysI LOVE GLASGOW APPROVED
With influences from across the globe, Glasgow takeaways are serving up some of the tastiest and sexiest scran in the country.
Here are five of our favourite takeaway treats for you to add to your hit list on the I Love Glasgow app.
The most x-rated food porn in Glasgow. The team behind @LUNCH has created some of the dirtiest wraps, juiciest loaded burgers, and most epic hangover killing meal boxes in the city.
With just shy of 90k followers on Instagram, people travel from far and wide to get their hands on their famously filthy scran.
@LUNCH has gone viral so many times that they should seriously consider giving away free masks with each meal.
Sushi Riot is a fresh and exciting West End takeaway specialising in the most delicious sushi, sashimi, and Japanese street food bites.
With a passion for wonderfully friendly service and Japanese cuisine – you’ll find a variety of fresh, simple, and delicately flavoured dishes that are made daily.
Their fridge is always stocked with healthy options that are ready to grab and go for those of you that are in a hurry.
Brawsome Bagels is a new and exciting bagel concept offering an irresistible selection of filled bagels made in-house, by hand, and baked fresh each day!
Expertly crafted, handmade Glaswegian bagels, with mouth-watering fillings and brawsome flavour combinations!
Ye want some? They’ll give it ya!
Shawarma King deservedly took home the prize of Best Kebab House in Scotland at the British Kebab Awards.
Tucked away under an old railway line near the High Court, the second you step into Shawarma King you know that you’ve found the real deal.
Layers of lamb and chicken caramelise and sizzle as they rotate slowly on the spit before being carved and wrapped up snug in freshly made flatbread. Sensational stuff.
The team behind Kimchi Cult spent two years in Korea, grazing on street food delights and perfecting their kimchi recipe.
Starting off as a street food stall and pop-up restaurant in London, Kimchi Cult now serve up punk riffs on Korean classics from their takeaway just off Byres Road.
They also have a few seats available for dining in if you just can’t wait to get the goods home.
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