Tron Theatre Bar & Kitchen

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Tron Theatre Bar & Kitchen
63 Trongate, Glasgow, G1 5HB
  • Box office 0141 552 4267
  • General enquiries 0141 552 8587
  • Opening times Tue–Sat 10am–midnight; Sun 11am–midnight; Mon 10am–6pm, later for shows.
  • Bar open Mon–Sat 10am–midnight; Sun 11am–6pm; Mon 10am–6pm (later on show nights)
  • Food served Mon noon–5pm; Tue–Sat noon–8pm; Sun noon–5pm
  • Website www.tronbarandkitchen.co.uk
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An open and welcoming space where you can dine and drink in contemporary style at reasonable prices

Eating & Drinking Guide

The 2019/20 edition of The List's Eating & Drinking Guide is out now – only £5.95 (+p&p).

Small plates dining caters to the contemporary love of sharing, tasting and grazing and is well suited to a pre-theatre meal or an extended evening of snacking, chatting and drinking. The new menu at the Tron Bar and Kitchen designed by the head chef caters for a wide range of tastes and preferences. Into the mix add incredibly reasonable prices, an informal setting, outstanding events and performances and an extended children’s licence and you have a venue with endless appeal. Soups are prepared daily and served with interesting sandwiches at lunchtime. However, inventive small plates such as the luscious Ayrshire chicken croquettes served with a flavoursome cock-a-leekie pearl barley risotto or the zingy spiced lentil potato cakes with kale slaw and tomato and chilli chutney are the real winners. Desserts include toffee apple with a sea salt and thyme caramel parfait and a pecan crumble or the cake of the day accompanied by good coffee. Of further interest is the Scottish craft gin menu and a new range of Thistly Cross organic ciders.

The List's rating
8.4

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Jane Allan visited Tron Theatre Bar & Kitchen on 29 March 2019
  • High point: Freshly prepared interesting small plates menu
  • Low point: Tables for two a little small for all those small plates
  • Notable dish: Ayrshire chicken croquettes with cock-a-leekie pearl barley risotto
  • Average price: £6 (set lunch); £15 (dinner)
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  • Private dining: 80, 65 seated
  • Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Gluten-free options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Easy listening
  • Live entertainment: Theatre Productions. Jazz once a month and a singer/songwriter night
  • Capacity: 65 (12 outdoors)
  • Largest group: 80 (in the Vic Bar)
  • Open since: 1998
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 6
  • House wine: £18 per bottle

Events at this venue

There are 3 events at this location

Sorted by title / date & time

Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed here is accurate, always check with the venue before attending (especially during the Covid-19 pandemic).

Dane Baptiste: GOD

A comedy show about our worldwide pursuit of wealth, power and pleasure.

Sat 6 Mar 2021

Prices to be confirmed / 0141 552 4267

Hamlet

A new contemporary production of the famous Shakespeare tragedy.

Tue 1 Sep

Times & prices to be confirmed / 0141 552 4267

Wed 2 Sep

Times & prices to be confirmed / 0141 552 4267

Thu 3 Sep

Times & prices to be confirmed / 0141 552 4267

…and 88 more dates until 30 Nov

Underwood Lane

John Byrne's new musical play tells the story of a skiffle band trying to break out.

Thu 1 Jul 2021

£14–£17 (£10–£13; Children £10–£13) / 0141 552 4267

Fri 2 Jul 2021

£14–£17 (£10–£13; Children £10–£13) / 0141 552 4267

Sat 3 Jul 2021

£14–£17 (£10–£13; Children £10–£13) / 0141 552 4267

…and 10 more dates until 17 Jul 2021

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23 Sep 2016

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Christmas Food Q&A: Mark McKenzie – Tron Bar & Kitchen

25 Nov 2015

Executive chef Mark McKenzie explains why Japanese Wagyu black beef is on his Christmas wishlist

For an unusual twist I’d recommend replacing your festive turkey with a chicken – they’re a great price this time of year and you can be guaranteed they’ll be really really succulent. I’d stuff the chicken with wild mushroom, pork and sage and wrap the…

Tron Theatre announces Autumn / Winter programme

30 Jul 2015

Featuring a rich mix of original productions and adaptations of classic texts

Drama, darkness, science, comedy... Tron Theatre left nothing behind when preparing the Autumn / Winter 2015 programme, which aims to keep with the tradition of 'breathing new life into classic plays', the company says. The most anticipated acts…

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