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About Mini Bar & Grill
'Woman Who Lunch'
Linda Gerrie - 13/04/2015
The Mini Bar & Grill is a wee place tucked away downstairs on Bath Street. We really enjoyed the food there and not only do they have home made burgers, but the bun is home baked as well.....yummy. It was a bit quiet at first, but soon more people and a lovely atmosphere with very friendly staff. The only thing I don't like is that it has 2 massive television screens, which I think are unnecessary in a place of dining. Anyway, it was so good I went back with a friend the following Saturday!
Janice Black - 25/03/2015
Cannot fault this wee hidden gem. The staff first class, as was food. It must be good as the owner of one of the top restaurants in Glasgow was eating there.
Comfortable international restaurant in city centre
Beneath street level on Glasgow’s lively Bath Street, Mini Bar & Grill is a cosy eatery serving a range of homemade dishes from around the globe. Close to Charing Cross and along from the Kings Theatre, the venue is in a prime location for a quick bite to eat at lunch or an informal meal before a show.
Fresh, homemade food in a relaxed bar
With every dish made from scratch using only fresh ingredients, Mini Bar & Grill’s varied menu features a range of imaginative ‘Glasgow burgers’ such as the Barlinnie (topped with Barr’s Irn Bru pulled pork, Buckfast marinated bacon, haggis & Glasgow cheddar) and The Italian Centre (topped with melted buffalo mozzarella, Parma ham, salsiccia and drizzled with aged balsamic).
Other dishes also popular at Mini Bar & Grill are Scottish venison with haggis Wellington, the Asian stir fry vegetables, as well as the pub classic 3 cheese macaroni with Galloway cheddar, grated Parmesan and ricotta, and the traditional fish and chips of beer battered Peterhead haddock with tartare sauce, pickled onion and hand cut chips.
Accessibility for Charing Cross & city centre
Mini Bar & Grill is on Bath Street in the city centre of Glasgow and is a five minute walk from Charing Cross train station and Elmbank Street’s payable car park. Glasgow Central and Queen Street train stations are each a fifteen minutes away on foot, and several bus stops can be found in the surrounding streets.