Fodor's Expert Review Ubiquitous Chip
Occupying a converted stable behind the Hillhead subway station on busy Ashton Lane, this restaurant is a Glasgow institution, with an untarnished reputation for creative Scottish cooking. Its street-level restaurant is a beautiful courtyard protected by a glass roof, and the more informal brasserie upstairs also serves less expensive dishes like haggis with neeps and tatties or a plate of mussels. The upstairs bar is invariably full and noisy with conversation. The creative menu might includes cod with hazelnuts and truffles, or Galloway roe deer, and there is an excellent lunch and pretheater menu for two or three courses.
12 Ashton La.
Glasgow, Glasgow City G12 8SJ, Scotland
- Venison haggis
- Imaginative fish cookery
- Lovely courtyard
- Creative Scottish cuisine like venison haggis
- Popular upstairs bar great for socializing