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About Khublai Khans - Original Dining in Glasgow

Our Glasgow Khublai Khans was opened in 1998 following the success of its sister restaurant in Leith, Edinburgh.

Having established Khublai Khans in Edinburgh in 1995, and determined to uphold Mongolian Tradition, the owner Andrew McRobbie decided in 1998 that Glasgow was ripe for a "Storm from the East".  The result was a second Khublai Khans in the Merchant City's trendy Candleriggs.

The Glasgow restaurant was designed and built to Andrew's specifications.  Eating at Khublai Khans is an 'experience' which is reflected in the décor.  A specially commissioned mural of Mongolian Warriors at the charge covers one whole wall.  The Great Wall of China has been recreated (on a slightly smaller scale) and the walls are adorned with Mongolian fabrics and artifacts.

The Glaswegians appear to have taken to the concept as readily as their cousins from the East Coast and although the restaurant seats up to 125, bookings are strongly recommended at the weekends.

With our experienced Management team and enthusiastic and skilled Waiting Team and Chefs, we aim to give you an exciting dining experience like you've never had before!


Khublai Khans Glasgow is open 7 days a week.  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:00pm until 11:00pm. Friday and Saturday from 12noon until 12midnight. Sunday, from 2pm until 11:00pm.





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