Sushi at the Teppanyaki Bar in the ArtHouse hotel on Bath Street.
The ArtHouse opened in 1999 in a the former education board headquarters designed by Henry E Clifford and built in 1911. The building's interior was redesigned as a modern boutique hotel but retains touches of Edwardian grandeur, including the original elevator. There are works of art in every bedroom and a gallery on the third floor where students from the nearby Glasgow School of Art exhibit their work.
The sushi bar at ArtHouse is one of several Japanese-style eateries which opened in Glasgow during the late 1990s and early 2000s and which contribute to the cosmopolitan feel of the modern city.
Reproduced with the permission of Greater Glasgow and Clyde Valley Tourist Board
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