Brutti Ma Buoni

106-108 Brunswick Street, G1 1TF

City Centre, Glasgow

Cuisine: Mediterranean, Bar Food

About Brutti Ma Buoni

  • Food: 3

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 4

    Quick lunch

    A friendly wee restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere. I feel some of the menu options are a bit on the pricey side for bar food, but its nicely presented and there are always good offers on.
    - dined in restaurant 19/02/2016
  • Food: 4

    Ambience: 3

    Service: 4

    Value: 3

    Tasty food, but a bit pricey

    We really enjoyed our food, but we both thought it a little overpriced for what we got. The staff were pleasant and efficient. The restaurant was comfortable, but a little lacking in atmosphere. Could have been because it was lunch time and it wasn't busy
    - dined in restaurant 17/01/2017

Mediterranean-inspired cafe bar in Merchant City

Meaning ‘ugly but good’ in Italian, Brutti ma buoni is a compact and cosy cafe bar on Brunswick Street. Part of the stylish Brunswick Hotel, it is a quietly cool place for a morning coffee, quick lunch, after work drinks or candlelit evening meal with friends. It can be enjoyably lively at night, especially on the occasional weekend that DJs play.

Med food from open plan kitchen

Cooked in an open plan kitchen, the food at Brutti ma buoni is simple, tasty and prepared in-house. The bruschetta, pasta and thin crust pizza choices add Italian flavours to a menu which also offers a range of handmade burgers, fajitas, salads and nachos. There are steak frites sandwiches, toasted New Yorkers, quesadillas and flat iron steaks.

As if that wasn’t flexible enough, there is a also a selection of tapas-style small plates. These range from whitebait and baby squid to haggis, tortilla and Thai rolls. In short, the food at Brutti ma buoni is gloriously eclectic and quirky. Nowhere else in Glasgow gives customers the option of ordering both ‘peaceful’ and ‘angry prawns’.

Merchant City transport links and attractions

Brutti ma buoni is on  Brunswick Street in Glasgow’s Merchant City. Queen Street and Central train stations are a ten minute walk. There is pay parking on Glassford and Ingram Street. Local attractions include the Old Fruitmarket, City Halls and Tron theatre.

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