Located in the basement of Glasgow’s oldest restaurant, this Art Deco establishment is only yards from Buchanan Street and the classic Royal Exchange Square. Cafe Rogano enjoys the unique 1930’s ambiance with it’s oyster bar and main restaurant above the ground floor. Rogano is definitely getting back to the glory days when its food was revered. It is great value for money on the 5pm lunch menu.
You are greeted by well trained, courteous staff and led downstairs to the two roomed restaurant with subdued lighting and crisp white linen table cloths. Their is a varied menu built around fresh quality Scottish seafood. Oysters, crab, mussels and smoked salmon set the scene for mains of sea bream, hake and coley. Traditional fish and chips sits comfortably alongside bouillabaisse, steaks and chicken. The style of cooking is modern Scottish with a hint of France and the chefs know how to cook fish to perfection. Enjoy the crisp skinned fillets of sea bass on a bed of sapphire with lemon butter sauce and potato fondant. You will not be disappointed with the desserts. Highly recommended
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Alan Mclauchlan - 07/06/2011