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About Alea Glasgow, Red Leaf Restaurant
Barry McGugan - 03/05/2015
We arrived a little early for out Friday night steak dinner for 2 with a bottle of wine for £27.50, prior to the Take That Gig at the Hydro. We asked if we they would open our bottle of wine early which they did, no problem. The surroundings are lovely and staff were great, very friendly, pleasant and efficient, especially Lina from Tallin. I had haggis balls and Arran mustard and my wife had smoked salmon to start and we had a perfectly cooked sirloin steak with hand cut chips, onion rings and a nice fresh salad. We could not fault the food and really enjoyed our meal which came to less than £40, very good value. The décor in the Red Leaf restaurant is lovely and we sat looking out over the River Clyde towards the Hydro and the Squinty Bridge. Lovely experience all round. Will definitely be back again soon. PS: Take That were excellent too!
MICHELLE O'CONNOR - 19/04/2015
This is our 4th time here and again never fails to provide amazing food, amazing service and a fab night
Unique Scottish restaurant at Springfield Quay
The Red Leaf Restaurant is part of Glasgow’s Alea Casino on Springfield Quay but you don’t need to have had a good run on the tables to enjoy a winning meal here. Locally sourced produce and a unique approach are the factors behind the successful dishes The Red Leaf Restaurant has to offer.
Thanks to spacious booths, chandeliers and gilt-edged mirrors, the Red Leaf Restaurant looks very opulent but, despite its handsome interior, most diners will be gazing out at the magnificent views across the Clyde. The city sweep is impressive on a summer’s evening but the vista really comes into its own when night falls and the skyline lights up.
Locally sourced, market fresh produce
From the moment you arrive in the Red Leaf Restaurant you know you are somewhere special. Relax with a pre-dinner cocktail mixed by one of the highly trained mixologists then soak up the atmosphere in the Red Leaf bar before you are taken to your table. Head Chef Jamie Walker sources most of the produce he uses locally, from the 28 day matured beef from Dumfriesshire to the fish and shellfish, which are always market fresh and, where possible, from the waters of the West Coast.
Typical starters include the pan-seared sea scallops with a crab salsa, butternut squash puree and baby basil or the haggis tortellini with spiced neeps, basil and parmesan. The sumptuous array of mains includes the seared fillet of sea bream with spring onion-crushed potatoes, sauteed greens and a spring vegetable broth; A turmeric and coriander crusted cannon of lamb with creamed leeks, red onion fondant and a Maderia jus; or the now renowned 8oz fillet steak which comes with hand cut chips, onion rings, field mushrooms and Béarnaise sauce.
Leave room for dessert as the Red Leaf Taster dessert, a miniature selection from the dessert menu, is a must for all the dessert lovers out there.
Across the water from the city centre
However the cards may fall at Glasgow’s Alea Casino, you can be sure that you will come out on top in the restaurant. Springfield Quay is a short walk across the water from Glasgow’s city centre, with many transport options available to return home from a Scottish dining experience.
Alea Glasgow, Red Leaf Restaurant Reviews