The quirky and iconic restaurant that defined Glasgow’s West End. 50 years of hospitality for the weird and wonderful rogues of Glasgow. In 1971 we brought Scottish food to Scotland. Our aim was (and always remains) to push the boundaries, take a stand against the nonsense and keep bringing you our famous haggis! Our food is locally sourced, seasonal, inventive and foraged when we can. Our wine list is slick and well chosen. Red, white, rose and orange – new or old, traditional or avant garde.
Take your pick! Our sommeliers have great taste.
The building itself!
Delight/savour/enjoy/peruse…… our koi carp filled pond, murals by Scottish genius Alastair Gray, botanical batiks by Kay Scott, striking paintings by Will Allen, a glass roof, a cobblestone floor, a myriad of twinkling lights and a courtyard filled with plants.