Rock Lobster

Rated 4.3/5
43 Virginia Court, Unit 1/4, Glasgow, G1 1TN

Quick Facts

Modern seafood restaurant in Merchant City

Rock Lobster is a sleek, modern restaurant on Virginia Court in Glasgow’s Merchant City offering menus that straddle seafood and Italian cuisines. Slightly off the beaten path, Rock Lobster is just moments from the crowds on Argyle Street and a short walk from the iconic George Square.

Fresh produce & leisurely dining

The restaurant’s wide ranging, contemporary menu moves from lunchtime burgers, gnocchi and buffalo meatballs to freshly made pastas and fantastic steaks. One popular dish in particular is the spicy beer battered fish & chips.

Seafood plays a big part in Rock Lobster’s appeal, with regular diners praising the restaurant’s oysters and langoustines. From the lobster and crab spaghetti to daily specials from both the Atlantic and Pacific, the menus look a great catch for Glasgow’s seafood lovers.

Merchant city transport links & accessibility

The restaurant is wheelchair accessible and on Glasgow’s Virginia Court, located between Miller Street and Virginia Street. Queen Street and Central train stations are a leisurely 10 minute walk from Rock Lobster, and the restaurant is conveniently located for St. Enoch Subway station as well as several bus stops.

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Rock Lobster Features

Average £18 for 2 courses A La Carte
Al Fresco Dining Al Fresco Dining
Wheelchair access, disabled access Disabled Access
Gluten Free Gluten Free
£4.55 for a glass, £16.95 for a bottle House Wine
Covered, seated Outdoor Smoking
Vegetarian Vegetarian

"Recent Reviews" for Rock Lobster (view all)

  • Fantastic food but something is missing
    The food was fantastic. Tasted fresh and loved that most of the dishes were gluten free. The deal wa...
    emma beesley - 06/04/2014
  • Red Hot
    Excellent food and service
    Brenda Hollywood - 05/04/2014
  • Hidden Gem
    Fab little find. Would highly recommend.
    pauline davidson - 23/03/2014