RESTAURANTS
and other places to eat

 

Paisley has a wide range of restaurants, covering a large number of international cuisines, and for all budgets. To make your decision a little easier, we have provided a screenshot of Paisley's best 28 restaurants, based on Tripadvisor reviews at the time of writing (October 2016). To see this list, please click H E R E.

 

SAPORITO WINE BAR 44 Old Sneddon Street, is a new business in the town centre next to Paisley Gilmour Railway Station. Ph: 0141 8892727

 

FOOD COURT, Paisley Centre, High Street.
This bright area is ideal for families, and features Sisters Cafe, Taste of China and Lee's Kitchen. There is seating for 108 people.

 

HAMISHES HOOSE, 45 High Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 561 7105
Hamishes is renown throughout Paisley for the high standard of food and their unbeatable special offer of 'Buy One and Get One Free' on all main meals. They are open daily from midday to 9pm. See website for menu - www.hamisheshoose.co.uk.

 

BULL INN, 7 New Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 849 0472
The Bull Inn is the oldest pub in Paisley, established in 1901. The pub retained many of the Paisley inn’s original features including it's stained glass windows, snugs and bar frontage. The Bull Inn offers menus for adults and children, including light snacks and sandwiches, and traditional pub food all cooked to order. See website for more information www.bullinnpaisley.co.uk.

 

CANAL STATION, 1 Stow Brae, Paisley Ph: 0141 848 1362
Canal Station is a contemporary bar and restaurant located next to Paisley Canal Street railway station, offering first class dining with impeccable service. They are a venue for a quick coffee, celebration meal or for a few cocktails. The Canal Station restaurant menu offers a wide an varied choice - everything from light snacks and sandwiches to their favourites – sizzling fajitas, stone baked pizzas or traditional fish and chips. For more information see - www.canalstation.co.uk.

 

KILTY KILTY, 16-18 New Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 842 1200
Kilty Kilty was established in March 2007 and brought an orignal concept to Paisley. The unique bar features a warm Scottish themed interior with a delicious menu built around traditional Scottish food. Even the staff are kitted out in traditional attire. KIlty Kilty is independently owned with friendly staff, standards and service and offer full disabled access and facilities. See website for menu - http://kiltykilty.com/.

 

THE LAST POST, County Square, Paisley Ph: 0141 8496911
Located in the former post office, the pub occupies two floors, and is part of the JD Wetherspoon chain. The Last Post has a good reputation for breakfasts, and is very handy for Paisley Gilmour Street station, and an idea stopover on the way to Glasgow Airport. There is a separate family dining area. See website for menu - www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk.

 

HAMILLS RESTAURANT, The Watermill Hotel, Lonend, Bladda Lane, Paisley Ph: 0141 8893201
Hammils, the fine dining restaurant at the Watermill Hotel, derives its name from the fast flowing waterfall on the White Cart Water which you can watch from the dining room windows. There are reminders of the building's past throughout the restaurant, including the heavy old water wheels. The restaurant is home to Paisley's favourite Sunday carvery as well as your Scottish breakfast, See website for menu www.thewatermillhotel.co.uk.

 

MILLERS LOUNGE & HAMILL'S RESTAURANT, The Watermill Hotel, Lonend, Bladda Lane, Paisley Ph: 0141 8893201
This convivial lounge bar at the Watermill Hotel has become different things to different people. For example, many of our regular guests consider it their dining room as they prefer informal surroundings for their evening meal. For others, it is a social place to gather in front of the big screen television to watch an important football match. For many Paisley people, Millers is a place to enjoy a good coffee or a cream tea with one of their friends. See website for menu - www.thewatermillhotel.co.uk.

 

CAPRICE, 11 Gilmour Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 8899432
The Caprice is a traditional old fashioned cafe, established in 1964. It attracts all sort of people from old ladies to business men in for a quick and cheap eat. You can just have a coffee or a cake. The menu has someone to suit everyone's taste and pocket. It does a roaring trade in take away food, particularly with the office staff at lunchtime. You can buy chips, sandwiches, pasta, soup, baked potatoes, burgers, traditional fish suppers, pizzas, etc. Food is always freshly prepared to order. Traditional homemade cafe food at a good price.

 

CASTELVECCHI, 10 New Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 8870897. Established 1914, Castelvecchi has one of the best reputations in Paisley for fish and chips.

 

DE BEERS, 59 High street, Paisley Ph: 0141 8405285. They pride themselves in providing great food and live music.

 

MCDONALDS, Paisley Centre, High Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 8480670
Open Monday to Saturday 7am-8pm, Sunday 10am-6pm. Offers free wi-fi to customers.

 

SMOKEY'S BAR AND GRILL, 12 New Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 8895333

 

LEO'S EXPRESS, 28 High Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 8895630

 

LITTLE STEAK HOUSE, 16 Shuttle Street, Paisley. Ph: 0141 8480898

 

LITTLE STEAK HOUSE, 4 Sma Shot Lane, Paisley Ph: 0141 887 7686

 

GRILL IN THE PARK, 32/34 Moss Street, Paisley.

 

ALLANS SNACK BAR, 6 Storie Street, Paisley Ph: 0141 889 4915
Allan’s has built up a great reputation over the years and now stands as a firm favourite restaurant with may Paisley people. The restaurant offers a great range of traditional food with a pleasant and nostalgic decor. The staff in Allan’s are always extremely pleasant and are an asset to such a long running establishment.

 

CAFE SU, In Shops, Paisley Centre, High Street

 

LEE'S DINER, In Shops, Paisley Centre, High Street