5 places for Valentine’s Dining in Glasgow

martin wishart the honours malmaison

1.The Honours by Martin Wishart

martin wishart the honours malmaison

From 10th to 14th February, The Honours by Martin Wishart in Glasgow Malmaison have a 4-Course Menu at £45 per person on offer.  Dishes such as roasted beer salad, tiger prawn ravioli, Scottish lamb and caramel soufflé are on the menu (Click here to see the full menu).  You could always stay over 😉

Call  0141 378 0384 to book.

2. Hutchesons

Roses are red…and so is meat! Treat the love of your life to steak at one of Glasgow’s most luxurious restaurants.  Start with some charcuterie and oysters, move onto chateaubriand and then finish with chocolate and salted caramel fondant…mmm.  Click here to see the full menu and click here to book!

chateaubriand hutchesons glasgow

 3. Gamba

Astounding fish restaurant Gamba has a delicious sounding menu on offer, and it’s not all fish.  Dishes such as sole Thermidor or Scotch beef and mash finished with choices of iced Bailey’s parfait or white chocolate & Amarena cherry panna cotta.  See the full menu here from Gamba and click here to book.

4. Cail Bruich

Dine at one of the newly named Top 100 Restaurants in the Sunday Times and that’s on top of their three AA rosettes.  There are various menus on offer such as their Market Menu and Tasting Menu.  It’s worth a visit just for their smoked animal fat butter, believe me!  Visit them online here. 

Winter salad Cail Bruich

5. 111 by Nico

A long favourite of ours and a bargain to boot.  Delicious food such as smoked ham hough sandwich, pheasant with blackberry and more.  2 courses for £19, 3 courses for £22.  Click here for their menu and click here to see our review.

111 by Nico Glasgow

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