Glasgow COSMO world buffet restaurant to open at St Enoch Centre next month

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After two years of waiting, COSMO Authentic World Kitchen will soon open in Glasgow city centre.

The international buffet, which serves up a variety of different cuisines, will welcome in customers at the St Enoch Centre next month, welcoming Glaswegians from lunch until late, seven days a week.

Their fourth restaurant in Scotland and first in Glasgow, the venue caters for 280 diners, creating 50 jobs for the city.

The COSMO team say their service rivals the best five-star hotel buffets across the globe and presents ‘dazzling food theatre’ with chefs set to cook up delicious dishes in front of diners in the newly renovated space.

Announcing their imminent opening, the award-winning multi-cuisine restaurant group say: “COSMO Authentic World Kitchen, is bringing their crowd-pleasing dining experience to Glasgow’s St. Enoch Centre next month.

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Far eastern cuisine from COSMO

“Two years in the making, the luxe all-you-can-eat buffet style restaurant will welcome diners from lunch until late, seven days a week. Bringing 50 jobs to the city, the bright new 280 cover space is the 19th for the group and their 4th restaurant across Scotland.

“Rivalling the best five-star hotel buffets in the world, COSMO will offer a never-ending array of fresh global cuisine with eight live cooking stations and over 150 tempting modern dishes to choose from.

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“Drawing inspiration from the East to the West cultures, guests can expect a buzzy atmosphere and dazzling foo d theatre from chefs, who’ll cook up a storm in front of you. Guests can choose from six different cuisine genres including Pan Asian, Italian, Indian, Brazilian and European.

“Fans of chargrill flavours can watch fresh seafood being charred on a robata grill, or ask COSMO’s teppanyaki experts to grill steaks perfectly. Not to be missed, there’s a stand out cascading Swiss chocolate fountain that has everything from fresh fruit to sweet treats waiting to be dunked.

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Delicious-looking carvery at COSMO

“Since opening in 2003, COSMO has expanded throughout the UK and Ireland as customers embrace global dining and flavours from all corners of the world. From families and foodies to couples on a date night and big groups, COSMO has something for everyone.”

Speaking about the upcoming launch, Suzanne Wink, operations director at COSMO said: “Glasgow is a vibrant multicultural city and we can’t wait to open our St. Enoch Centre COSMO location next month.

“Offering five star dining for a fraction of the price – we’re always evolving the restaurant experience for our guests. It’s great value and we guarantee you’ll want to return.

“We’re confident in delivering exceptional dining and excited about giving Glaswegians a comfortable new space to savour a world of global flavours from our talented kitchen team. Look out for an exciting launch next month – we’re planning on making our arrival in style!”

COSMO restaurant will be located next to the nine-screen VUE cinema and enhanced retail space in St. Enoch Centre. COSMO will operate from 12 noon until late seven days a week when it opens next month.

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