Hearty winter warmers: 10 places to eat... stew

Now that snow has hit Glasgow, it's time for some real winter warmers and there's nothing like stew on a cold day to keep you warm! Yelp Glasgow brings you 10 places to taste stew!

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Restauracja U Jarka, 5 Parkgrove Terrace, West End, G3 7SD

For a Polish flavour, head along to this hidden gem for some potato pancakes with beef stew. Nicola C says "the pancakes were just the right sort of crispy and the beef stew was perfectly flavoured".

Tropeiro, 363 Argyle Street, City Centre, G2 8LT

Andrew C recommends the "decent salad bar and a excellent selection of Brazilian and Scottish vegetable dishes. The Brazilian fish stew was excellent and I would have had this as a main course if possible!"

Café Hula, 321 Hope Street, City Centre, G2 3PT

With a menu featuring Spanish stew, chicken and chorizo stew as well as fish stew, your biggest problem will be which to choose! Luckily for you, all these mains come in a tapas size for sharing if you want to try and bit of everything.

Calabash, 57 Union Street, City Centre, G1 3RB

Glasgow's largest African restaurant serves up a variety of stew dishes for your tasting pleasure! Why not try a side of mukimo - mashed potatoes, corn, peas and butter.

City Merchant Restaurant, Merchant City, G1 1NP

Hayley M "opted for the seafood stew which was creamy and filled with fresh fish and shellfish. We had langoustines to start which were meaty and plentiful. The bread was great to mop up the saffron stew!"

Paradise, 411 Great Western Road, West End, G4 9JA

Raving about the menu, Andrew M notes "it gives a sense of a mature and varied culinary tradition and the different traditional stews we sampled were, for us, a real taste of old Khorramshahr. Paradise manages to be both authentic and representative."

The Fish People Café, 350 Scotland Street, South Side, G5 8QB

Located at Shields Road underground station, it's worth a shoggle to visit here. Hayley M loves the "amazing food" and "highly recommends the fish stew. The fish was succulent and there was also loads of juicy seafood in the broth too. This comes with little croutons too!"

The 78, 10 Kelvinhaugh Street, West End, G3 8NU

With a vegan menu, Lucy B loves the "daily pot which is usually some sort of hearty stew or curry!" Pop along on a Thursday night for the Dutchy Pot - starters and dessert just £2, mains £5!

The Butterfly and the Pig, 153 Bath Street, City Centre, G2 4SQ

The winter menu features "beef stew and mash". Joe H says "the stew is fantastic, as is the mash with it. Good hearty dish with root vegetables."

Viva Brazil, 87 Bothwell Street, City Centre, G2 7AA

"Before the meat-fest, take a trip to the buffet bar for your accompaniments." Sharon M recommends the "pulled pork in black bean stew, sautéed mushrooms, assorted vegetables, the most beautiful creamy mashed potato...I could go on!"

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