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'Christmas night out!!'
anne coats - 11/12/2014
Lovely venue, good service and fabulous food. Great Value for money at this time of year.
Hannah McNaught - 29/11/2012
Lovely setting, nice atmosphere even though only lunch time. Burgers and chips were delicious, good choice. Each had a soft drink too and bill was only £11.90, can't fault it.
Unique city centre cocktail bar & venue
Located in the heart of Bath Street in Glasgow city centre, Hummingbird is an innovative venue set over 4 floors serving freshly made gourmet burgers. As well as dining, Hummingbird will also cater to your clubbing, bar, pub or hangout needs. Open late, Hummingbird also offers free WiFi for patrons, as well as an extensive cocktail list.
Gourmet burgers, no additives or artificial flavours
Hummingbird’s menu items are courtesy of burger buffs Ketchup Westend, who pride themselves on offering a variety of burgers to suit all tastes. Freshly made without any artificial flavours, additives or colouring, these are ideal for a lunch time snack or a tea time indulgence.
Menu items are conveniently categorised according to the burgers’ meat (or meat-free) source – cow burgers, bird burgers, burger from another mother, and veggie burgers. And for those not in the mood for a burger, Hummingbird also offers dishes like fish and chips, chicken and bacon Caesar salad, as well as nachos.
Some popular burger choices include the ‘crackerjack’ (100% prime Scottish beef burger with chilli jack cheese, jalapeño peppers, salsa & taco strips with chipotle mayo); the ‘flying Scotsman’ (chicken burger topped with haggis, bacon and peppercorn sauce); and the ‘who killed Bambi?’ (Scottish highland venison and redcurrant burger, topped with Scottish cheddar and a cask-matured Arran apple chutney).
Bath Street & city centre transport links
Hummingbird on Bath Street is ideally located for the city centre’s nightlife and nearby clubs. With various bus routes nearby, it is a brisk five minute walk from Charing Cross train station as well as Elmbank Street’s payable car park.