Cookie, 72 Nithsdale Road, Glasgow – October 2011

Been meaning to go to Cookie forever, so it seems, so a night out southside meant that we were able to go along and sample their fare.  For £11.50 we received a two course menu which was freshly cooked with delicious ingredients.

To start I had Courgette on crostini, grilled and flavoured courgette chunks on delicious bread.

Other half had turnip and leek soup, which again was delicious, thick, tasty and a hit in this weather.  Accompanied by thick slices of fresh bread.

For main I had wood pigeon.  Not too strong and tender.  Melt in the mouth stuff.

other half had seabass with crushed potatoes underneath, cooked to perfection and very tasty he said.  I nicked a piece and the skin was crispy.

Very friendly service, casual atmosphere and the freshest food I’ve tasted in a while.  Good selection of wine and beers (even St Mungo by West on tap).  A must visit.

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. 17/06/2012 / 12:51 am
    great place ,great food ,will defo be back

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