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Celebrating 20 years this year, Derek Marshall’s city-centre basement has earned a very solid reputation over the last couple of decades as one of the city’s top culinary destinations, on account of its unfailingly “excellent” preparation of “high quality” fish dishes and “efficient and pleasant service”.
For a “unique experience with food to match”, head to this acclaimed city-centre basement, that’s long won renown for its “simple fish dishes, well cooked and well presented” – “I visited Glasgow in May 2016, and this was the best of the six restaurants I tried”.
This city-centre basement continues to maintain its reputation for the “best fish and seafood in Glasgow”; the latter comes “cooked simply or not at all (sashimi)” and “they also do good cocktails” (“the Yuzu Margarita is not to be missed”!)
Fewer reports of late on a city-centre basement that has had quite a name for its fish and seafood in recent years; it’s still tipped for its “competent” cooking, albeit “at a price”, but there has been the odd gripe about “unexciting” fare of late.
225a West George St, Glasgow, G2 2ND
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lunch noon - 2.15 pm, dinner 5 pm - 9.30 pm, Sun 9 pm
Last orders: 9 pm, Sun 8.30 pm