About Apex Glasgow
5pm Big Deal - amazing value!
Great deal! Been for a few afternoon tea's at various places before and this is up there with the best. Just the right amount of food so you feel full but not sick from eating too much. A pot of tea each too which was nice. The sandwiches, cakes and scones were all delicious. Service was great too and we had a good table to people watch.
Really enjoyed our visit for afternoon tea, it was a great Mother/Daughter treat. We had seats with a view for some people watching whilst we tucked in to our delicious treats. Service couldn't have been better, our tea was topped up a couple of times and the request for some vegetarian options was no problem.
Contemporary city centre restaurant
Apex Lounge is part of Apex City of Glasgow hotel on Bath Street. A cleverly designed space, it features a choice of dramatically illuminated booths, communal tables, intimate two top tables and a range of different seating options. Whether lunching with your colleagues or enjoying a romantic dinner as part of a weekend away, the Apex Lounge has the right space.
Convenient and flexible menu
The menu at Apex Lounge has a good mix of quick and easy salads and sandwiches alongside a great selection of familiar comfort foods such as cottage pie, Cumberland sausage and mash, eggs Benedict and beer-battered haddock with chips and mushy peas. There are steaks, a burger and a dish of pan-fried garlic and rosemary pork belly. Veggie-friendly options include a mushroom risotto, an aubergine gateau in a red wine reduction and a roasted sweet pepper frittata.
You could share a quick portion of sautéed squid or crispy haggis bon bons over an after work drink or settle in to a cosy booth for a leisurely three course dinner.
city centre transport links and attractions
Part of Apex City of Glasgow hotel, Apex Lounge is on Bath Street in Glasgow city centre. Glasgow Central and Queen Street station are a ten minute walk. There is ample pay parking at Q Park on Bath Street. Local attractions include the shops of Buchanan Street, the King’s Theatre and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.