About Saint Judes
Excellent for quick tapas the meal
Initially seated at a very small table extremely noise to take beside it. Asked if we could be seated at another table and the member of staff very kindly allowed this even though booked for ann hour later. Staff very attentive and thought the deal was very good.
Worth a visit
Small plates choice decent and the four we had were lovely. The Eton Mess was perfect and enough for two.
Nice place was not to busy but filling up when we left giving it a nice atmosphere
Chic city centre bar and kitchen
A much loved veteran of the Bath Street party circuit, Saint Judes had a major refurbishment in the summer of 2015. Now featuring a bright, colourful bar and dining room, it is a lively spot for lunch or afternoon grazing over a drink or two. Of course, it is equally as suitable for a leisurely, romantic, three course dinner for two or a party group booking. There is always the option to extend the evening with a visit to Lola’s nightclub downstairs.
Classic and contemporary bar favourites
The kitchen at Saint Judes offers a selection of small plates as well as traditional starters, main courses and desserts. Typical small plates might be the house nachos, salt ‘n’ pepper calamari or the baby back ribs.
The other menu sections are just as international. Among other choices, diners can begin with BBQ wings, halloumi skewers or salmon and haddock fishcakes. There are burgers and steaks as well as classic options like the fish ‘n’ chips, a gooey mac ‘n’ cheese and a selection of salads. There is also the chef’s tart of the week, served with mixed leaves. Sticky toffee pudding, knickerbocker glories and Eton mess will all provide a sweet finish to your meal.
Local attractions and transport links
Saint Judes is on Bath Street in Glasgow city centre. 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. Nearby attractions include the King’s Theatre and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.