Food Shops

On this page you’ll find the directory members categorised alphabetically, based on venue type.

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The Butchershop Bar & Grill︎︎︎
Scottish & Organic Meats, Sustainable Fish, Seasonal Produce
The Butchershop Bar & Grill offers West End diners great service with a fun and relaxed atmosphere, and stunning views onto Kelvingrove Art Gallery. 100% of the beef served comes from Scottish grass-fed cows, with the breeds and suppliers proudly displayed on the menu – highlighting the importance The Butchershop Bar & Grill place on sourcing sustainably reared meat from local farmers.

Scottish Organic Meats, Seasonal Scottish Produce
At Celentano’s, nestled in the beautiful setting of Cathedral House, husband and wife team Dean and Anna fuse an Italian inspired menu with some of Scotland’s best seasonal produce. Launched with sustainability at the core of their practice, Celentano’s are committed to working with as small an impact as possible.

The team work closely with local suppliers, and with a wealth of kitchen experience, they make as much of the menu in house as possible, including bread, pasta, salumi and ricotta. Doing so ensures the dishes are not only delicious, but of the highest quality. This is also reflected in them being awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand within 6 months of opening.

Sustainable Seafood, Scottish Organic Meats, Seasonal Produce
Established in 2009, Crabshakk has been a firm Finnieston favourite for many years. Here you can enjoy a relaxed and informal atmosphere and great service with staff who care about the food that they service. Crabshakk pride themselves on serving some of the city’s best quality and sustainably sourced seafood from around Scotland, including oysters, fruit de mer, and the ubiquitous fish supper. Look out for their daily changing specials, which make the most of seasonal ingredients.

Scottish Organic Meats, Seasonal Produce
Launched in 2014, Drygate have been brewing craft beer right in Glasgow’s city centre, and they’ve been doing so with sustainability in mind. Rather than going straight to landfill, spent grain leftover from the brewing process is used to bake bread, showing how innovative thinking makes both the brewery and in-house brasserie more sustainable.

The kitchen also works with Scottish produce including locally sourced meat and seafood. A forward thinking brewery, Drygate support a number of environmental organisations and initiatives, including the creation of Scorched Earth – a limited edition beer where all proceeds were donated to Offset Earth, and financed the planting of 10,000 trees.

Eusebi Deli︎︎︎


Scottish Organic Meats, Sustainable Fish, Seasonal Produce
Eusebi Restaurant and Deli is an award-winning West End favourite, serving authentic Italian fare from recipes passed down through the family’s generations. At the heart of Eusebi’s is their commitment to working with artisan, local producers and suppliers who share the same passion for quality ingredients. Here you’ll find Mossgiel milk served in their delicious cappuccinos and used to make their homemade ricotta.

Also rooted in her grandparents’ modest Italian upbringing, founder Giovanna Eusebi works to ensure ingredients are treated with respect and as little food is wasted in the restaurant as possible.

The Finnieston︎︎︎
Scottish Produce, Organic Meats, Sustainable Seafood
The Finnieston prides itself on serving some of the best quality Scottish seafood in town. All seafood is locally sourced and fished using sustainable methods, to ensure limited impact on our natural environment. The menu at The Finnieston also changes to reflect the seasons, ensuring the freshest ingredients and that the kitchen works in harmony with nature. As well as seafood, The Finnieston is a great champion of local, craft distilleries, with over 60 gins lining their shelves.

The Gannet︎︎︎
Scottish Meats, Organic Produce & Meats, Seasonal Produce
The Gannet is undoubtedly one of Glasgow’s standout restaurants. From the quality of ingredients running throughout their thoughtfully crafted menus, to the exceptional cookery and creative dishes on offer. Headed up by Peter McKenna, The Gannet prides itself on forging strong relationships with small artisan producers, foragers and farmers, and working with the environment at forefront of mind, making the most of what’s available when it’s at its best.

Sustainable Seafood, Organic Meat & Produce
The concept behind Kelp Restaurant is to bring a taste of Scotland’s best and most sustainably sourced seafood to Glasgow’s Table. Sourcing unique, artisan products from the Highlands and Islands is of great importance to the team. From Trout netted in Tobermory, to Langoustines caught off the shore of Skye, almost every type of seafood on their menu comes from a different location in Scotland.

Accompanying meat and produce is predominantly organic and local, and you’ll taste the quality of these ingredients throughout a selection of ever-changing small plates rooted in modern Scottish cuisine.

Scottish Produce, Organic Meats, Sustainable Seafood
Lebowskis has been a stalwart Finnieston venue for years, staying true to its signature offerings of burgers and White Russians throughout. All burgers are made in-house with locally and sustainably sourced meat, and the menu has a strong range of both vegetarian and vegan options. Several non-dairy milk alternatives are also available across the huge range of White Russians, meaning whatever your dietary requirements you’re bound to find something both sustainable and delicious.

Porter & Rye︎︎︎

Scottish Produce, Organic Meats, Sustainable Seafood
Found in the heart of Finnieston in the West End of Glasgow, Porter and Rye specialise in carefully sourced local Scottish produce. Particularly known for their steaks, the restaurant works hand in hand with their long-time supplier, John Gilmour butchers, who source grass fed beef from small producers, using sustainable farming methods. Doing so ensures full traceability and provenance of all meat served. To top it off, all the beef is aged in-house, where great care is taken to nurture the best flavours and textures. As much care is taken with other produce on the menu, including hand dived seafood and seasonal drinks lists.

Scholars’ Restaurant︎︎︎

Scottish meats, sustainable seafood, home-grown produce
Part of City of Glasgow College, the menu at Scholars’ Restaurant is created and cooked by Glasgow’s chefs-in-training. Here, students are timetabled to create seasonal dishes from local produce, while honing their culinary skills in a working kitchen environment. The restaurant works to reduce the college’s food waste by making use of ingredients leftover from class exercises. The Scholars’ Restaurant welcomes the public to come and taste how Glasgow’s future chefs are working with sustainability at the heart of the kitchen.

Soul Food Kitchen︎︎︎
100% Vegan, Scottish & Seasonal Produce
Situated on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow’s West End, Soul Food Kitchen was launched with the desire to make nutritious and delicious plant-based food more affordable and accessible to Glaswegians. And they certainly take what they do seriously, sourcing ingredients from local suppliers to ensure freshest produce possible. Soul Food Kitchen also have a strong sustainability ethos when it comes their packaging, working to ensure all takeaway containers are compostable.

The Spanish Butcher︎︎︎

Scottish Organic Meats, Sustainable Seafood, Seasonal Produce
Found in the cosmopolitan Merchant City area of Glasgow’s city centre, The Spanish Butcher’s menu takes inspiration from Spain and the Mediterranean. Serving a range of both Scottish prime beef cuts and Galician pork and beef, this restaurant goes to great lengths to ensure the provenance and traceability of its steaks. Slow food processes are also respected, as meat is hung and dry-aged for a minimum of four weeks, resulting in meat that is tender and full of flavour.

Suissi Vegan︎︎︎
100% Vegan, Seasonal Produce
Originally from Malaysia, Mama Lim and her family first opened Suissi in early 2019. Taking inspiration from their colourful roots and natural curiosity of Asian food, Mama Lim’s hopes to share their culture-rich heritage through her own Asian-fusion, home-style cooking. Using only the freshest ingredients, their dishes are brimming with flavour, possessing no MSG or artificial enhancers. Deep, dark bowls of stir-fried kale, pan-fried vegetable gyozo stuffed with pumpkin and cabbage and delectable mushroom dishes all feature on their menu. Non-vegans and vegans alike will be truly amazed by Suissi’s plant-based creations.

Café’s & Takeaways

Al Clachan Café︎︎︎
Scottish Seasonal Meat & Produce, Vegan options
Al Clachan prepares all of their food in the café from fresh local produce: cakes, scones, soups, stews and sausage rolls. They endeavour to source responsibly, using organic, free range and local produce as much as possible. All of their meat is free range from Rodgers Butchers. They also take care only to supply fair trade coffee and tea (mostly organic). They are also proud to serve Dear Green Coffee, a Glasgow Roastery who source their beans ethically.

Honey Trap Bakery︎︎︎
100% Vegan, Plastic Free
Located in the heart of Shawlands in Glasgow’s South Side, Honey Trap Bakery is a standout example of some of the best 100% plant-based baking in town – ensuring those who adhere to a plant-based diet don’t have to compromise on quality, flavour, or naughty treats. But make sure you get there in plenty of time! These edible works of art are highly sought after, and you’ll often find a queue of like-minded sustainable pastry fans snaking round the corner.

The Language Hub︎︎︎
Scottish Produce & Meats, Plastic Free
The Café Hub is part of The Language Hub, a social enterprise that offers locals fun and affordable language classes for all ages. The Café Hub serves up a concise menu of homemade soups and sandwiches and daily specials. If you’ve got a sweet tooth you can also enjoy a range of homemade cakes and raw cake bars, which can all be washed down with a cup of locally roasted coffee.

Locavore Govanhill Café & Shop︎︎︎
100% Organic Produce & Meats, Sustainable Seafood, Vegetarian & Vegan, Zero Waste
Scotland largest local, organic and zero waste food shop and Glasgow’s only 100% organic cafe. The menu changes frequently, depending on what’s seasonal and available from their own organic market garden, including a broad selection of soups, stews, and sandwiches. The shop has everything you want, sourced with care, from local organic salads and scoop your own wholefoods to a nice bottle of organic wine. As a social enterprise all Locavore’s profits go back into building a sustainable food system.

Scottish Produce, Seasonal Ingredients
Created by husband and wife, Jamie and Jill, Nowita opened their doors in summer 2022 to join a bustling street of independent stores. Nowita sources their cream and milk from Mossgiel Farm because of its quality and locality. Everything is made in-house by Jamie, and you can sense the passion and enthusiasm that goes into every flavour. Their desire to support other local businesses has led to collaborations with companies such as The Good Coffee Cartel, Tantrum Doughnuts, KAF and Brawsome Bagels. Look out for their weekly specials using seasonal ingredients.

Vegetarian & Vegan, Scottish Produce, Sustainable Seafood
Located in two great spots within the City Centre, Sprigg are serving fresh, flavoursome and vibrant salad bowls and deli pots almost every day. This lunchtime takeaway spot proves that eating on- the-go most certainly doesn’t have to be boring–or bad for you. Working with a host of local fruit and veg suppliers, this venue showcases some of the freshest ingredients around and pairs them with innovative flavour combinations. The team at Sprigg also work with a number of charities and social enterprises, giving back to the community. Recently, they also launched a bowl re-use scheme, saving your pennies and the planet.

Food Shops

Dear Green︎︎︎
Ethically produced coffee, B Corp certified, Organic certified
Since the beginning, the Dear Green team have had traceability, sustainability, seasonality and transparency at the centre of their decision making process. They’re committed to supporting the future of not only coffee growing communities, but also those closer to home, donating 2% of their revenue to charities supporting community projects like Greenheart Growers and the Washhouse Garden. They’re also certified B Corp and have agreed to reduce their emissions to net-zero by 2030. Their roastery is open 5 days-a-week for drop-in purchases/order collections of beans and coffee equipment, and if you’d like to delve deeper into the coffee world, they also offer tours and classes.

Fresh ‘n’ Fruity︎︎︎
Organic Produce, Vegan & Vegetarian
Located in Mount Florida, Fresh ‘n’ Fruity supplies Glasgow’s South Siders with a fantastic colourful and ever-changing range of local, seasonal, and organic produce. From fresh fruits and vegetables to grains, pulses and dried herbs and spices this neighbourhood stalwart has you covered. Fresh ‘n’ Fruity also sells plenty of Fairtrade lines, and sustainable household products, designed to eliminate the need for single use items.

The Good Choice︎︎︎
Organic, Zero Waste, Vegetarian & Vegan
The Good Choice is a zero-waste shop based in the Southside, offering a wide range of organic, local and plastic-free products. Customers are encouraged to bring their own containers to refill, and produce is sourced as locally as possible, reducing carbon emissions throughout the supply chain and supporting the local economy and communities. The Good Choice also sells organic veg boxes, complete with locally baked bread and Mossgiel milk, taking care of all your essentials needs. 

Locavore Partick︎︎︎
100% Organic Produce & Meats, Sustainable Seafood, Vegetarian & Vegan, Zero Waste
Locavore offer an extensive selection of quality products. From fresh, local and organic fruit and vegetables grown on their farms, local and organic cheese and dairy products, locally baked breads, meat and store cupboard essentials; to hygiene, toiletries and cleaning products – you can pick up just about everything you need from one of their shops. Locavore also operates as a social enterprise, putting all profits back into improving the food landscape in Glasgow and supporting local community projects.

100% Organic Produce & Meats, Sustainable Seafood, Vegetarian & Vegan, Zero Waste
Based in Shawlands in the Southside of Glasgow, Neighbourhood is a refill and low-impact life shop. Here you can find refill on essential store cupboard items as well as shop for carefully sourced toiletries, beauty products and homewares – including sustainable jigsaws! Flagging after all that shopping? You can also enjoy a locally roasted coffee and a pastry while you’re in there.

Zucchini Greengrocers︎︎︎
Vegetarian & Vegan, Sustainable Seafood, Seasonal Produce
Located in two areas of Glasgow’s South Side, you can be sure to find some great Scottish, seasonal and organic produce in Zucchini, all while reducing your plastic consumption. You’ll also be able to purchase some of the highest quality, Fairtrade dried goods, soft drinks, coffee and bread from local suppliers including Greencity, Clever Kombucha, Thomsons Coffee and Freedom Bakery. Mark Zucchini on your map for whenever you’re next in the area.