The city is home to a fantastic range of places to eat, with the full spectrum of global cuisine on offer.

Revisit your favourite eateries, or try somewhere new – here’s our pick of some of the great family friendly places you should add to your must-visit list.

10 GREAT FAMILY RESTAURANTS

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Darcy’s, Princes Square

Jamie’s Italian, George Square

Di Maggio’s, Royal Exchange Square

Hard Rock Cafe, Buchanan St

TGI Fridays, Buchanan St

Paesano Pizza, Miller St

Mozza, Renfield Street

Giraffe World Kitchen, West Regent St

Qua Italian, Ingram St

Smoak, Royal Exchange Square

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Something for everyone

When you just can’t agree on what you fancy, head to the fabulous Taste Buchanan at Buchanan Galleries with rotating street style food outlets, or why not treat the kids to a delicious milkshake at the Bibble Milkshake Bar – there’s plenty of choice to suit all foodie tastes.

St. Enoch Centre boasts one of the largest food courts in Scotland, visit The Atrium and you will find a selection of purse friendly family favourites satisfying even the biggest appetites! So, take a break from the shops, relax and re-fuel.

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DID YOU KNOW?

There is a new café on Sauchiehall Street that’s a haven for sweet-toothed foodies craving that sugar fix! Coro the Chocolate Café offers everything from waffles, pancakes and crepes to milkshakes and hot chocolate - there’s a selection of teas and sandwiches, too.

FRESH IDEAS

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Tasty Treats

Afternoon tea is a real delight – head to The Willow Tearooms on Buchanan Street, or Cup tea lounge on Renfield Street which both do a kids version of this classic indulgence. Sweet treats and cakey delights are also in abundance at Kimble’s Café at St Enoch Centre, The Butterfly and The Pig, Bath Street and Singl-end on Renfrew Street.

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DID YOU KNOW?

In Glasgow you can literally “dine your way around the world”. Choose from Mexican, American, Asian, Indian, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and African influences, to name just a few – so why not broaden your culinary horizons and enjoy these fabulous tastes of the worlds