Harden's survey result
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Near the SECC, Ryan James’s wood-panelled, business-friendly bastion with quiet booths inspired surprisingly little feedback this year for its seafood-focused cooking, but it remained extremely well rated.
A “great institution that remains consistent”; near the SECC, this “traditional” (read plush) outpost of the small local seafood chain occupies very characterful Victorian premises, and wins praise for its “quiet booths” and very “consistent” cooking.
This “very pleasant” outpost of the popular local seafood mini-chain is housed in a characterful Victorian building near the SECC that’s long been one of the city’s plusher destinations; a typical food report? – “all to a high standard, although nothing stood out”.
Despite a down-at-heel location by the SECC, this characterful old Victorian veteran is a “smart”, “buzzy” place, where “beautiful” food (predominantly fish) is twinned with “impeccable” service; several reporters call it their “favourite branch” of the local seafood mini-chain.
652 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8UF
Noon - 2 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 9 pm