SCOTTISH singer Lewis Capaldi has revealed his favourite restaurant in Glasgow after returning to the city following his US tour.

Speaking exclusively to the Glasgow Times, Capaldi praised Glasgow for being “unlike anywhere else in the world.”

The West End local said he is glad to be home after the release of his latest album Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent – which has already claimed the title of 2023's fastest-selling LP so far.

When asked his favourite thing about the city, he said: “The people, my family, my pals. It's unlike anywhere else in the world.

“I just feel f*****g safe when I'm back up the road. I love the patter; I love the pints.

“I've lived in London for a bit as well as living in Glasgow and just nowhere else in the world gives me the feeling that Glasgow gives me. So, yeah, I feel very lucky to be from and live there.”

Capaldi then revealed his favourite restaurant, whic.

“Mother India is probably my favourite, to be honest,” he said. “I f*****g love Mother India, so big shout out to them”.

The singer also revealed his favourite song on the album: The Pretender.

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“It’s a song about my own insecurities and my own feelings of impostor syndrome”, he said.

“Sometimes I have a tendency to really like the idea that I have for a song and then end up, you know, not quite nailing it.

"But I think with The Pretender I feel like I really said what I wanted to say, and sort of hit the nail on the head with exactly how I was feeling, which I don't always manage to do. So yeah, that for me is a pretty special one.”