35 Hope St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G2 6AE
- Tel: 0141 221 9160
Glasgows Oldest Family Run Italian Restuarant - Winner Of Glasgow`s Best Italian Restaurant 2012
Below the feet of the busy shoppers of Glasgow's Hope Street lies La Lanterna, a family-run restaurant that has been serving up its authentic menu of Itaiian cooking for over 35 years. Pasta is home-made every day in the kitchen, while popular daily specials such as seafood keeping the menu interesting. The interior is comfortably rustic, with exposed beams and plain walls, and there's a relaxed bar if you want to stick around.
La Lanterna has a long established history of serving high quality traditional Italian cuisine. Set in an atmospheric basement in the heart of Glasgow`s financial district, conveniently located opposite central station, La Lanterna is the perfect spot for all occasions from a smart business lunch to a relaxed dinner with friends. With its dark wooden beams and warm colours La Lanterna boasts an atmospheric setting for Christopher to look after guests while head chef Luca works wonders in the kitchen.
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19/07/2011 by Tina35
Went to la lanterna for a celebratory meal. We all had a wonderful time with the waiting staff taking time to recommend specials . The wine we had was deliciuos and I cannot thank them enough for making my special night extra special . A wonderful small Italian place to go .Report this
Mrs Linda Forsyth
07/02/2011 by lindyloo1954
We were there on Saturday 5.2.11 for a meal. I wanted a medium steak my husband wanted a well done steak you could not tell the differance the pepper sauce was something else over rated gravy it was disgusting. We will diffinately wont be back.Report this
11/09/2008 by cjbiffy22
For almost four decades, the Martinolli family have been serving up traditional Italian cuisine in their beautifully decorated cavernous restaurant beneath the hustle and bustle of Hope Street. The décor has remained almost untouched – a warm, welcoming scene of densely arranged tables and exposed wooden beams, with paintings of rustic life and other artefacts decorating the walls. The food is the most delicious in Glasgow and well worth a visit if you haven't already been. Service is second to none too. Mmmmmmm!Report this
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