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About Cafe Rogano
MONA RAHMAN - 16/09/2014
Celebrated my partner's birthday with friends. Delicious meal and excellent service from the wait staff. To top it all the birthday boy was presented with a platter of handmade petit fours which we all enjoyed with coffee. Thank you for making the evening extra special!
'Posh seafood '
Janice Nicoll - 05/09/2014
Lovely Art Deco surroundings with beautifully cooked seafood. We are regulars and cannot fault the staff, the food and value for money.
Iconic seafood restaurant in Glasgow city centre
Cafe Rogano is located below Rogano, the iconic, seafood restaurant on Exchange Place, just off Buchanan Street. Decked out in the Art Deco style, Rogano is said to be Glasgow’s oldest restaurant while the downstairs Café Rogano, a less formal experience, is suggested as being the ‘perfect introduction to fine dining’. Open all day, Café Rogano has a bistro style menu which combines classic dishes and old favourites.
Classic & contemporary Scottish seafood
Scottish seafood is the main attraction at Café Rogano although diners who are less keen on fish are by no means left out – Thai beef salads, lamb tagines, steaks and vegetarian choices are all available.
From oysters au naturel to smoked salmon and seafood linguini, Café Rogano’s a la carte is packed with classic dishes. Other choices take their culinary cues from more exotic places. The pan-fried Loch Duart salmon is served with a mango salsa while the chilli squid comes with a lime and coriander mayonnaise. Naturally, Café Rogano serves a fine fish and chips with mushy peas and tartare sauce. Children are welcome.
Glasgow centre transport
On Exchange Place in Glasgow city centre, Café Rogano is a five minute walk from both Queen Street and Central railway stations and their Subway links. Glasgow’s bus network can be joined from St Vincent Place or Queen Street. Café Rogano is well located for Glasgow’s city centre shopping and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.