Harden's survey result
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“On the bustling Byres Road”, this “fantastic Glaswegian institution” (est. 1971) is known for its “brilliant, relaxed atmosphere”, particularly for a date in the cute conservatory. Gastronomically speaking, its famous wine list and one of Scotland’s best whisky selections are at least an equal attraction to the modern Scottish cooking.
“Though it's been going for decades”, this famous West End institution (est. 1971) with its “very pretty conservatory” and idiosyncratic lay-out is “still lovely”, combining “quite pricey but good” modern Scottish cooking with “one of the best wine lists you’ll find anywhere”.
“A great Glasgow institution”; this “buzzing” West End venue, established in 1971, has inspired very consistent feedback of late – even a reporter who notes that the Scottish cuisine “doesn’t really move with the times” concedes it’s “always solid”, and the list of wines and whiskies is “biblical”.
“‘The Chip’ as its known locally” has long been Glasgow’s best-known destination (est. 1971); “the courtyard is a great setting”, but the whole enterprise has a “jolly” and “quirky” charm, bolstered by “solid” Scottish food, and “a wine list the size of the old Glasgow telephone directory”.
12 Ashton Ln, Glasgow, G12 8SJ
lunch noon - 2.30 pm, dinner 5.30 pm - 11 pm, Sun - Wed 10 pm
Last orders: 11 pm, Sun - Wed 10 pm