Which restaurants are at Glasgow Airport?
Planning a trip from Glasgow Airport? If you’re anything like us, food is always at the forefront of your mind when organising a journey. So, we’ve put together a guide to all of the places you can eat at Glasgow Airport.
Beardmore Bar & Restaurant
This quirky bar offers traditional Scottish food, including breakfasts, haggis, neeps and tatties, as well as standard pub grub like fish and chips and pizza. Beardmore is family friendly, with a children’s menu and activities on offer.
Choose from more than 50 whiskies available, they also have their own ale.
If you’re pushed for time, you can grab a quick bite at Glasgow Airport’s Bread&, which offers breakfast and lunch paninis, toasties and sandwiches, as well as tasty cakes and pastries.
Caledonia Bar & Restaurant
Like other Glasgow Airport restaurants, the Caledonia has a thoroughly Scottish theme – it even has a bar made out of old whiskey barrels!
Enjoy a choice of light bites and pastries and sip on coffee or cocktails with a great view of the runway ahead of your flight.
Frankie & Benny’s
Glasgow Airport’s branch of Frankie and Benny’s combines the New York Italian chain’s classic diner dishes with Scottish fayre, including a full Scottish breakfast.
This is another family favourite, with a children’s menu and activity packs to keep the kids busy.
James Martin Kitchen
Saturday Kitchen TV chef James Martin has opened his own café at Glasgow Airport, and everything is cooked on-site by James’s team of chefs. Choose from freshly baked pastries and hot breakfast sandwiches, or grab a quick baguette for lunch on the go.
You can eat in, too, and there are cakes on offer if you have a sweet tooth!
Coffee lovers can make a pitstop for Mozzo at Glasgow Airport, where you can find great quality coffee, sandwiches and cakes.
If you’re at Glasgow Airport looking for something a little different to eat, check out Panopolis. This Glasgow Airport eaterie brings together food from different cultures around the world, so you can grab a full Scottish breakfast or a halloumi kebab all from the same place. Wash it down with a choice of beers, spirits and wines from around the world.
Scotland & Sea
Another great place to grab breakfast or lunch at Glasgow Airport is Scottland & Sea, which cooks all food fresh on the premises throughout the day. Dine in or grab and go, choosing from full breakfasts to lighter bites, as well as daily specials.
If you’re looking to grab a quick coffee and sandwich or pastry on the go when travelling from Glasgow Airport, there’s a Starbucks in the terminal to help you get that caffeine fix before you fly,
Tennent’s Pier Bar
Where better to enjoy a pint of Tennent’s lager or ale before you fly out of Glasgow Airport? If you’re not an ale drinker, don’t worry – you can also go for a glass of wine, spirits or event a coffee. There’s a range of sandwiches, baguettes, cakes and muffins available too, so there’s bound to be something for everyone.
The Sanderling from Wetherspoon’s is located just after security. Grab a drink or a bite to eat, including some airport exclusives.
Wetherspoons has something for everyone, with gluten free and vegan options available on the menu. There’s also a kids’ menu, so it’s somewhere the entire family can relax before a flight.
Another Wetherspoon’s at Glasgow Airport is The Sandpiper – like the Sanderling, there’s a range of food and drink on offer to suit all tastes, as well as guest ales from microbreweries and a choice of Scottish whiskies.
Where to park before you fly from Glasgow Airport
We offer affordable and convenient Glasgow Airport parking from a choice of car parks, both of which have the Park Mark accreditation for safe parking. Browse and book here.