About Mini Bar
Lynn Mitchell - 08/06/2014
Visited for the first time yesterday for lunch with friends before the theatre and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The food was very well cooked and presented and was definitely not just average pub grub. I had the chicken skewers for a starter which were almost a meal in themselves and then the burger which was huge and very tasty. Will definitely be back!
'Good food in a cosy bar'
BRIAN SKENE - 29/04/2014
We were greeted warmly on arrival and promptly served. The waitress was very kind, efficient and helpful without ever being overly intrusive. The meal was great and the beer and wine excellent. The meal was good value and the ambience was fine. Will go back to Mini Bar again.
Comfortable international restaurant in city centre
Beneath street level on Glasgow’s lively Bath Street, Mini Bar 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. Most nights after 8pm there is live entertainment and at the weekend DJs transform Mini Bar’s laid-back vibe into one of excitement.
Global comfort foods in a relaxed bar
Mini Bar’s menu features plenty of pub favourites as well as some imaginative offerings such as the haggis in a light Guinness batter with tzatziki dip and the restaurant’s Indian summer pizza with a chicken tikka base, chillies and spiced onions.
Pizza and sharing platters are popular at Mini Bar as are the variety of burgers on offer, from the straightforward classic burger to the Balmoral (chicken wrapped in bacon, topped with haggis & served in a glazed bun with a creamy whisky sauce on the side). For the ultimate in comfort food, some fans may opt for the 3 cheese macaroni or traditional fish and chips.
Accessibility for Charing Cross & city centre
Mini Bar 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.