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Cail Bruich's new sibling, offering sharing plates of locally-supplied meat, fish, vegetables, shellfish, cheese and charcuterie.

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Summary

Cail Bruich’s new sibling occupies narrow premises with a mezzanine in Finnieston. It’s a bar as much as it is a place to eat, but has a serious food offering too: sharing plates of locally-supplied meat, fish, vegetables, shellfish, cheese and charcuterie. It opened in July 2019, after the survey had concluded, but critiques in the Scottish press are very upbeat.

Summary

Cail Bruich’s new sibling occupies narrow premises with a mezzanine in Finnieston. It’s a bar as much as it is a place to eat, but has a serious food offering too: sharing plates of locally-supplied meat, fish, vegetables, shellfish, cheese and charcuterie. It opened in July 2019, after the survey had concluded, but critiques in the Scottish press are very upbeat.

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Restaurant details

Yes
No dress code
321 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G4 9HR
Opening hours
MondayCLOSED
TuesdayCLOSED
Wednesday4 pm‑12 am
Thursday4 pm‑12 am
Friday2 pm‑12 am
Saturday12 pm‑12 am
Sunday12 pm‑12 am

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