Fodor's Expert Review Two Fat Ladies
From its start in 1989 in a tiny West End space, Two Fat Ladies raised the standards of seafood in the city well before the Finnieston revolution, and superb fish still dominates the limited menu. This City Centre branch retains a feeling of intimacy even if the decor and large window give off an airy vibe. Fish dishes might include plaice with crayfish in a lemon and nutmeg butter or monkfish with cabbage and bacon. If fish doesn't rock your boat, try the lamb shank with rosemary mash.
118A Blythswood St.
Glasgow, Glasgow City G2 4EG, Scotland
- Traditional high tea
- Intimate milieu
- Some of the city\'s best seafood
- Intimate vibe
- Lamb shank with rosemary mash for non–fish lovers