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.
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.
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