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SRA Three Star Rating

We're  very proud to report that we have retained our three star champion rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA). As one of the original members in Glasgow to the SRA, it's with great pride that we showcase this exceptional award for our commitment to making our business more sustainable.

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What the award means at Gamba

At Gamba we work extremely hard with each and every one of our suppliers to deliver exceptional locally-sourced dishes on our menu. Our wonderful three star rating demonstrates our dedication to providing our guests with the best of Scotland seas. We were very highly commended from the SRA for our full range of dairy, gluten and lactose-free menus that are available daily for our customers at Gamba in Glasgow.

Derek's outreach work with the local community from supporting charities like the Fishermen's Mission to working with the Princes Trust has been widely commended. As always we look forward to the future and improving our sustainable food chain in Glasgow.

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Who are The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA)?

The SRA is an organisation whose membership represents a broad spectrum of the hospitality industry including independent restaurants, groups and chains, contract caterers, universities, retail centres, train and aviation caterers all united in their commitment to sustainability.

The SRA Sustainability Rating system provides restaurants with recognition for their sustainability as well as a tool to engage staff, suppliers and inform customers.

The SRA awards One, Two or Three Stars against 14 key sustainability criteria, divided across the three pillars of Sourcing, Society & Environment.

Sustainability and Restaurants

Sustainability is about restaurants managing the social and environmental impact of their operations. Committing to sustainability means that restaurants can make a huge difference on issues such as climate change, animal welfare and food waste. And by restaurants communicating what they’re doing, diners are better informed, meaning they can choose to eat at places that share the same values.