Ad Hoc

20 reviews

325 Hope Street , G2 3PT

City Centre, Glasgow

Cuisine: International, Modern, Gastro Pub

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  • £10.00
    £10 for 2 courses on the festive pre theatre menu

About Ad Hoc

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Fantastic Find

    Came across Ad Hoc on by chance. Loved it so much we went back again. Loved it and the singer who was on so much on our second visit that we actually booked theatre tickets while in the restaurant so we could go back to hear him and enjoy the food again.
    - dined in restaurant 03/12/2016
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Excellent value and menu

    Great choice options on the pre theatre menu, and with plenty gluten free dishes. Food was delicious, service very friendly and helpful. Ad Hoc is a pleasant venue. The only issue was the live music which started at 5pm and was so loud diners could barely have conversations. That would put us off returning if our mealtimes clashed with the music.. how about postponing the live music until later or turning the volume down?
    - dined in restaurant 03/12/2016

City centre pop-up restaurant and bar

Ad Hoc is a new pop-up on Hope Street. Sitting across from the Theatre Royal, it is likely to prove popular with audiences going to see the December run of The Commitments. Ad Hoc is equally likely to attract visitors from The Pavilion and its ever popular panto. In addition to a wide-ranging wine list, Ad Hoc offers more than a dozen cocktails. These range from a classic Old Fashioned to a more contemporary French Martini and Captain Hurricane.

Contemporary Mediterranean menus

Many of the dishes on the menus at Ad Hoc can trace their roots back to the culinary traditions of countries dotted around the Mediterranean. The fish stew – thick with salmon, king prawns, clams and mussels – wouldn’t look out of place in a fishing village on the south coast of France while the risotto verde – flavoured with spinach, peas, green beans and courgettes – is as Italian as the Fratelli d’Italia national anthem. The steak frites may be more closely associated with Parisian bistros rather than the Med but that won’t stop it being one of the best sellers at Ad Hoc.

City centre transport and attractions

Ad Hoc is on Hope Street, directly across from the Theatre Royal. The Pavilion, Cineworld and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall are all within a ten minute walk. There is ample pay parking at Cambridge Street, Glenmavis Street and Concert Square.

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