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Dining on a budget in Glasgow

There are many great restaurants in Glasgow, however they can make your wallet empty. Read the article to find out how to stay on a budget but still eat a delicious dinner.

Glasgow does have several terrific options for people with limited travel and dining budgets. You can enjoy gourmet food in Glasgow in many restaurants for 10 British pounds or even less, if you know where to go in Glasgow. The Banana Leaf in Old Dumbarton Road is an Indian cuisine speciality restaurant, famous for its dosas, fiery soups and a unique spiced South Indian lamb curry, a main dish that costs only 5.50 British pounds. Many main dishes are available from 3 British Pounds upwards. Fify & Ally in Princes Square, Buchanan Street, is only a daytime café. The emphasis is on Scottish cuisine. Breakfasts start from 2.50 pounds and sandwiches are available from 6.75 pounds. Another unusual budget restaurant in Glasgow is Where The Monkey Sleeps, the favourite of cycle courier staff, who need regular refuelling at limited budgets. Situated in West Regent Street in Glasgow, this restaurant focuses on sandwiches and steaks.
If you are near Byres Road, then The 78 in Kelvinhaugh Street, with its unusual and zippy vegan food items accompanied by organic beers is the ideal restaurant for you to relax. Most starters cost 3.50 pounds onwards, while main dishes cost upwards of 5.50 pounds. Cherry & Heather in North Gower Street presents sandwiches for 2.60 upwards and soups for 2.10 pounds onwards. However, the cuisine has a distinct Asian flavour, with Indonesian sauce and other Asian vegetarian dishes like vegetarian sushi being the most popular. Stravaigin in Gibson Street, Kelvinbridge, is famous for breakfasts starting at 2.95 pounds and main menu at 8.95 pounds upwards. The menu varies from Scottish delicacies to Jamaican dishes.
Prezzo restaurants in Glasgow at Vincent Place and Barrhead Road are famous for their bread & olives costing between 2.85 and 4.96 pounds, grills ranging between 8.95 and 11.95 pounds, starters from 4.85 pounds to 5.85 pounds, pizzas between 6.95 and 9.45 pounds, pastas for 7.50 to 9.50 pounds and calzone for 9.95 and 10.45 pounds. Risotti costs vary between 9.95 and 10.95 pounds. HenceBusiness Management Articles, Prezzo is one of the good budget restaurants in Glasgow. Ask restaurant in Springfield Quay also serves delicious lunches for about 12 pounds.

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