Reservations

Italian

Food

Wine

Our story

Celentano’s is an Italian-inspired restaurant, built on a passion for sharing good food and drinks with family and friends. We offer clever but wholesome dishes, made using the best seasonal ingredients from chef Dean Parker and Glasgow-born wife Anna.

 We are lucky enough to have been awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand within our first 6 months of opening, as well as being included in Squaremeal top 100 restaurants 2022 and the Good Food Guide 2022.

Reservations

We ask for all bookings of up to 8 people to be made via our reservations page. Please note on weekday evenings and Saturday all day, tables of 6 and more will be on our set Feasting Menu. A sample of this can be found on our menu page. There may sometimes be space for walk ins but we can’t guarantee. 

Gift vouchers available. Buy here.

At the end of July, we turn one! To celebrate we will be giving all reservations a mini negroni on arrival on the evening of the 30th July and during lunch on the 31st of July. On the 31st we will be closing a little earlier at 5pm so the Celentano’s team can celebrate.

With a warm and welcoming atmosphere, set within the iconic Cathedral House just a short walk from Glasgow city centre, Celentano’s is perfect for enjoying a snack and a bowl of pasta alongside a negroni after work, or enjoying the menu over the course of a long, memorable evening.

We build our seasonal menus around what’s available from our local suppliers each week. This will always include Dean’s signature snacks to start alongside Celentano’s sourdough bread and homemade pastas, followed by sustainably sourced fish, meat and vegetable-lead dishes ideal for sharing with the table, with our selection of wines & classic cocktails.

Gift vouchers available. Buy here.

 

Kitchen hours:

Wednesday–Saturday:
12–2:45pm & 5:45– 9pm (close 10:30pm)

Sunday: 12–4pm (close 6pm)

Email: bookings@celentanosglasgow.com

Phone: 0141 552 3519

Please note, the voicemail is used by Cathedral House Hotel only, and is not monitored by Celentano’s