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166 Bath Street, G2 4TB
City Centre, Glasgow
Cuisine: Bar Food
Lucky 7 Canteen is a laidback, little restaurant on Glasgow’s Bath Street. Value for money is in Lucky 7’s DNA or, as they would put it, they offer ‘restaurant quality food at canteen prices’. It is a down to earth place with a welcoming, seemingly reclaimed decor. The interior style is matched by an equally bohemian soundtrack. In keeping with the Lucky 7 Canteen’s location on the Bath Street party circuit, it is open until the wee hours at the weekend.
The kitchens at Lucky 7 Canteen on Bath Street deliver the sort of hearty food that people want to eat. It is not fancy or overworked but it is good quality, wholesome and affordable. Typical starters might be the ham hough terrine with piccalilli and sour dough or mussels steamed in cider with bacon. Scottish ingredients appear in dishes like the Stornoway black pudding hash. Other choices, like the Cajun spiced butterfly chicken burger, look further afield for inspiration. Many of the dishes sit proudly under the comfort food banner. Think along the lines of steak pie; West Coast seafood chowder or the Puy lentil and mixed veg chilli.
Luck 7 Canteen is in Glasgow city centre on Bath Street. The city’s train and underground networks can be accessed from Queen Street and Central stations; both of which are a ten minute walk. There is pay parking in the area and taxis are plentiful around Lucky 7 Canteen on Bath Street.
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