Still one of the best places for steak in Glasgow
It’s been almost a year since we last visited The Grill on the Corner so we had to visit again (and it was half price Lobster so keep an eye on their offers!)
Some cocktails to loosen up the evening (free mini woman with my martini. :p)
L-R – Elderflower Gin Martini £7 and Ginger Sidecar £7.50
L-R Black Forest Martini £7, Mint and Violet Crush £7
(Just noticed whilst checking their site that you can book cocktail master classes
The photographs don’t do these dishes justice, the atmospheric lighting is lovely for romance but not so good for blogging!
Lovely gooey cheese inside. Perfectly cooked with a tangy warming and spicy sauce.
Nice and light starter with a strong garlic taste. Fluffy puff pastry and enjoyed the delicious Japanese mushrooms.
From Geoff little, Greenville farm, Wigton, Cumbria
Moist and plump steak cooked rare.
The blue cheese sauce was quite mild and very creamy. It made a good dip for the crispy chips. The chips were fluffy on the inside and crisp on the outside.
Tender lobster, tangy background to the thermidor sauce. Good thick cut chips with skins on, mix of crispy and chunky.
Warm, moist and gooey with melting vanilla ice-cream on top.
Light cheesy taste to the crust which went well with the apple inside. Crisp crust and a good dollop of custard.
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