Harden's survey result
Ryan James’s business-friendly, wood-panelled, traditional-looking operation (complete with booths) can prove “hard to find if you are not local (it’s in a quiet area off the M8 in the way to the SECC), but it’s worth it” for the Scots seafood, and its “regular use as a film location adds to its renown”.
Ryan James’s dark, tartan-clad Scots seafood operation (part of a small local chain) occupies a historic, wood-panelled site near the SECC, and won acclaim for some “fabulous” meals this year “efficient and friendly” service too.
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.
Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery Restaurant Diner Reviews
"The Buttery is old Glasgow at its best. Bargain 3 course lunch at £20 with excellent service and cooking. A real treat."
|Wine per bottle||£21.00|
652 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8UF
Noon - 2 pm, dinner 6 pm - 10 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 9 pm