Harden's survey result
“Such an institution” and “a true throwback to the 1930s” – even reporters who hadn’t visited in a quarter of a century were delighted to find that “little has changed” at this “timeless” dining room, where “the menu is biased towards seafood and, where the genuine Art Deco interior (created in 1935 by the same craftsmen who fitted out the Queen Mary) is a joy to behold”. Naturally the big draw is the room itself, but the food is well-rated too.
“A Glasgow institution” – the city’s oldest restaurant is an atmospheric oyster bar and dining room, treasured by some for its original 1935 Art Deco interiors, built by the craftsmen who worked on the Queen Mary. The food generally lives up to – a “good selection” of seafood (which at best is “superb”).
“Such an old-fashioned Glasgow institution” – this city-centre icon is famous for its prime Art Deco interiors by the same craftsmen who fitted out The Queen Mary. Its seafood isn’t inexpensive but generally “served and cooked perfectly”.
“Perfectly managed old-fashioned dining” awaits at this large Art Deco icon, in the city centre, where the decor – by the same team as the Queen Mary – is “worth seeing”, and where the seafood, while “expensive”, is “just about worth it” too. “If it was in London, the Caprice group would be snapping it up!”
|Wine per bottle||£33.00|
11 Exchange Place, Glasgow, G1 3AN
|Number of Diners:|
|Monday||12 pm-10 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm-10 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm-10 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm-10 pm|
|Friday||12 pm-10 pm|
|Saturday||12 pm-10 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm-10 pm|