About The Western Club Restaurant
Christina and friends
My friends and I always enjoy our visits to The Western Club, always great choice on menu, excellent staff and great service every time. Will definitely be back.
Myself and three friends who hadn't seen each other in a long while had a wonderful luncheon here and a relaxing time catching up both at a lovely window table overlooking Royal Exchange Square, as well as having a relaxing time at the small lounge area to finish our drink! Would have no hesitation recommending this restaurant!
Sophisticated restaurant in Glasgow centre
The Western Club Restaurant has set new heights of dining excellence since it opened in November 2014. Located in a prime city centre site, The Western Club Restaurant has arguably Glasgow’s most stunning dining room overlooking the iconic Royal Exchange Square. Professional and unobtrusive service along with top quality cuisine bring an unrivalled experience for all diners.
Modern British and European dishes
As well as a lunch and early dinner market menu, The Western Club Restaurant offers a full a la carte. Local sourcing is to the fore in dishes such as the sirloin of Buccleuch beef or the loin of Ayrshire pork with black pudding, apple purée and Madeira jus.
Some options, like the devilled livers or sticky toffee pudding, are classic British comfort food. Others, likes the seared scallops with saffron, fennel and stem ginger or the salmon flavoured with chilli, lemongrass and Oriental broth, take their inspiration from more exotic destinations.
In short, the menus are based on tried and tested British and European classics with the occasional contemporary flourish. At the same time, a significant proportion of the dishes borrow flavours from further afield.
Glasgow city centre attractions
The Western Club Restaurant is in the heart of Glasgow city centre on Royal Exchange Square. Central and Queen Street stations are a short walk. There is pay car parking on Mitchell Street and at Glassford Street. Nearby attractions include City Halls, the Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and the Gallery of Modern Art.