Glasgow West End: Pat's Guide to Eating Out: Restaurants, Cafes and Bistros: Mexican

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Glasgow West End Restaurants with Mexican and Latin American influences

Cottier's - 93-95 Hyndland Street, G12

A very stylish restaurant with all the favourites on the menu including fajitas and enchiladas also some unusual dishes such as 'gringo burgers'!Part of a converted church, Cottier's offers flexibility of choice as it has a bar, a theatre and a courtyard, which is very busy when the weather is good. Popular for Sunday brunch and Sunday evening jazz. Large portions (££) - Tel: 0141 357 5825. Lots happening here during West End Festival.

Los Borrachos at Charing Cross

I've heard mixed reports about their fare and have not tried it out myself. It seems to be a lively establishment with DJ's every night. (Tel: 1041 332 7000)(££)

Anyone really determined to eat Mexican style can venture into the Merchant City to
Pancho Villas a very popular restaurant in Bell Street. (££)
Telephone: 0141 552 7737.(March, 2002)


Going to be in Glasgow in March and tried to access a menu of the one and only Mexican place in the west end without sucess. If they do not have shredded beef Burritos we will be very unhappy as our Mexican place here in Orlando makes great ones, AND the margarita's are 12oz for $6,25 (about £4) mmm! Not a bad deal. What is your favourite pub in the city? We like them friendly and chatty with clean restrooms. we have one here in the city which pretends to be British but the 'fish 'n' chips are all cooked from frozen and awful.
--Anna ( Travlcat1 at aol dot com ) from usa on 7.2.2002; 0:43:33 Uhr