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Best Fajitas in Glasgow...

by Jamie H
(Glasgow, Hyndland)

Cottiers restaurant really is up in the eaves of the old church hall.

And its a gorgeous space... light and airy in summer, and warm and cosy with a real fire in winter.

I love the lively atmosphere. Long and quite narrow, the sound of chatter and laughter is a delight.

Food for playing with (like fajitas) are the best in the city - in my humble opinion ;)

Make sure to book, 'cos its often busy, especially at weekends. I took friends who were living in Bermuda at the time to Cottiers Restaurant.

I was keen to impress, and they LOVED it. So much so, when they came back 2 years later, they asked to go back!

You can't say fairer than that.



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Mum & Dad's favourite...
by: Robin

I agree with you, Cherry.

The nifty shape of the original windows adds some extra charm.

I seem to have no option but to take my Mum & Dad to Cottiers Restaurant whenever they visit! Not that I'm complaining... they know their stuff, and serve it up with great style.


Glowing cosy in winter...
by: Cherry P

Cherry here

I love Cottiers Theatre best in winter.. it glows, and has fairy lights round the windows.

The food is great, too. Lots of spices, limes and sour cream to ease the lovely heat!

Mixing in 1 or 2 Scottish things here and there adds a lot to the exciting menu.

Well done, Cottiers.

Cherry x

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