ellen christine smith - 24/07/2016
We found staff to be extremely helpful and friendly and polite. The food was beautiful. Well presented and very tasty.
'Lovely food, great service.'
Marion Mannion - 20/07/2016
Popular city centre Scottish restaurant
Serving Scottish cuisine and seafood, Rogano is situated on Exchange Place in the city centre and is Glasgow’s oldest surviving restaurant. With its Art Deco style and 1930s ambience this established restaurant is both elegant and relaxed, and has staff dedicated to ensuring your dining experience is a memorable one. Rogano is child-friendly and offer highchairs and smaller portions for younger diners.
Classic dishes with the finest ingredients
Menus at Rogano are awash with luxurious classic seafood like lobster, oysters, scallops and more. For those who prefer turf to surf there are also plenty of meaty and veggie delights such as the rabbit wrapped in Parma ham (with parmentier potatoes, brandy soaked prunes & beech mushrooms) or the roast tomato, mozzarella & basil galette with rocket salad. Steak lovers may decide to opt for the restaurant’s 28 day aged Aberdeen Angus fillet or sirloin, cooked to your liking and served with pont neuf potatoes, mushrooms, tomatoes and béarnaise sauce.
Rogano also has a separate bar area for guests who wish to unwind with a drink before or after their meal, although diners may find the restaurant’s selection of wines may offer adequate choice to complement their food.
City centre accessibility & transport links
Rogano is on Exchange Place, just off Buchanan Street in Glasgow’s city centre. The restaurant is equidistant from Queen Street and Central train stations, with each a 5 minute stroll from the venue. Rogano is ideally placed for shoppers visiting the Buchanan Quarter or St Enoch’s Centre and show-goers attending performances at the Royal Concert Hall. Buchanan Street and St. Enoch Subway stations are each a short distance from the restaurant, and many bus stops are also close by.