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225a West George Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 2ND
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Seafish 2015 Seafood Restaurant of the Year – two AA rosette Gamba is of Glasgow’s finest restaurants. Passionate about serving the freshest sustainable Scottish seafood, head chef and proprietor Derek Marshall delights with his modern style of simple seafood cooking, updating his menu every six weeks to reflect his passion for local produce and ingredients paired with award-winning customer service.

A three star champion of the Sustainable Restaurant Association, dishes including Scottish lobster thermidor, Isle of Gigha halibut and its famous foup (fish soup) with North Sea crabmeat, stem ginger and prawn dumplings.

Open for lunch and dinner, Gamba is a must for anyone wishing to try to best of Scotlands’ seas. Enjoy seafood dining at its best in this stylish city centre basement restaurant.

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