This restaurant has ceased trading.
This bar offers a reliable, attractively priced menu in a part of the city where quality is not always guaranteed, and situated just off the city’s busiest streets it’s popular as a break for weary shoppers and a stop-off for pre-club crowds. The comfortingly familiar range of bar bites, meals and snacks should satisfy most unassuming diners with homemade burgers and Cajun chicken quesadillas staving off the hunger pangs. The burgers are satisfyingly chunky patties with the lamb and mint and 100-percent beef original popular choices while the combo deals offer a chance to explore the menu. A range of round the world beers provide plenty of options with Birra Moretti on draught and bottled Estrella Damm notably good options. For the wild at heart there are cocktails and shooters to get the party started in style.
- Private dining: Up to 30 covers
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Indie rock
- Live entertainment: Live acoustic nights on Fri/Sat
- Capacity: 40
- Largest group: 30
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 7
- House wine: £12.95 per bottle
Reviews & features
Bar Crawls: Glasgow - The Sauchiehall Street Saunter18 Nov 2011
Making the most of Glasgow city centre drinking
Both ‘pub crawl’ and ‘Sauchiehall Street’ can evoke images of large groups of revellers staggering from one ropey watering hole to the next, the night hurtling towards a climax of kebab sauce and lost cloakroom tickets. Well this route aims to redress…