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Stacey Marr - 17/03/2015
Was here for afternoon tea. Quality and quantity was superb! Service was so friendly and second to none. Fantastic atmosphere. Can't fault the place. Will be using Darcy's everytime now for afternoon Tea.
Natalie Michie - 03/03/2015
We were on the set menu and the food was lovely, I had the steak and was cooked perfectly. Couldnt complain about anything.
Central Princes Square restaurant
Darcy’s is conveniently located in the heart of Glasgow’s exclusive shopping mecca Princes Square. It is ideally placed for a bite after work, a break from shopping with friends or a pre night out meal. The menu ranges from bar food to continental brasserie style dishes.
From skewered halloumi to pan fried seabass
Darcy’s menu suits all appetites from a range of small plates like Tiger prawns and skewered halloumi to platters like the antipasti di carne – salami, prosciutto, chorizo, pastrami, breads, olives and pickles.
Its dishes are made from locally sourced, fresh and sustainable produce and for a more hearty meal, main courses range from pot-roast supreme of chicken with Lyonaise potatoes, ratatouille and rosemary jus to pan-fried fillet of seabass with sauté potatoes, shallots, coriander and herb butter.
If you’re looking to rest your weary consumer legs from shopping, Darcy’s is the perfect location and has a delicious sandwich menu. The roast chicken Caesar bagel or the deli stack featuring sliced meats, cream cheese, mustard mayo, onion, tomato and lettuce are sure to keep your shopping energy levels topped up.
Darcy’s hasn’t forgotten the kids either. There is a 3D menu complete with glasses and a toy room to keep them entertained.
Just off Buchanan Street
Darcy’s is in a prime location in Princes Square shopping centre off Buchanan Street. It is a five minute walk to Central and Queen train stations and a few minutes walk to Buchanan and St Enoch’s underground stations.
Free wifi access is available every day of the week, ideal if you’ve got a working lunch or just feel like a nosey on Facebook.