The Granary, Shawlands Cross, Glasgow – October 2011

It’s had a good spruce up and a bit of a clean but still has that lived in look (if that can be possible).   Nipped down for some grub and a pint.

I plumped for Calamari (£4.45) which were delicious.  Real little squids none of those fake onion ring looking ones.  Crispy and not too chewy

the man had cullen skink (£4.75) which was fishy and thick, however a lot of potato and leek and not a lot of fish chunks.  Otherwise a tasty soup.

Smoked Haddock Rarebit for me at (£9.75) which was described as smoked haddock topped with cheese and mustard mix, served with baby potatoes, asparagus, peas and spinach in a creamy lemon sauce.  Wow was it mustardy.  I ended up scraping chunks off and I like my mustard.  Overpowered the lovely haddock.  One wee dinky bit of asparagus too 🙁

Haggis, neeps n tatties (£8.25), asked man how it was “nice”, clean plate.   In depth 🙂

The night we visited there were two real ales on pump to assist the guinness, stella etc.

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1 Comment

  1. Sarah Swan
    14/03/2016 / 3:17 am
    Oh what did you do? The Granary in Shawlands was an institution. Food was amazing. Jammed packed and tables had a waiting list every night. Everyone loved it. Shame. You could do so much better. Menu now rubbish..

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