About The Living Room - Glasgow
'First time, definitely not last'
S Bisset - 23/02/2014
Loved everything about The Living Room - delicious food, fab cocktails and efficient, friendly service. Great to see a restaurant so busy on a Monday night. Will definitely return.
'Great deal with 50% off'
Julie Rodgers - 10/02/2014
always delicious food at The Living Room Glasgow
Modern restaurant in Glasgow city centre
With its casually elegant good looks, lively atmosphere and a menu packed full of modern British fusion dishes, The Living Room is situated on the city centre’s St. Vincent Street. Within walking distance from shopping hubs Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street, The Living Room is also close to Blythswood Square and Charing Cross.
Open from late morning to late night, The Living Room is popular for business lunches, reviving shopping trip breaks and catchups with friends, and also boasts a piano bar for guests looking to unwind with a cocktail.
Varied cuisine, British produce
The Living Room has a menu that makes the most of British produce and although it changes on a regular basis, there is enough variety to please traditionalists as well as the more adventurous diners.
Customers have praised the restaurant’s pan-fried sea bass and orange scented broccoli, although also on offer is the exotic salmon, tuna and Welsh sea bass sashimi, which contrasts with more traditional fare such as the Gressingham chicken breast with roast garlic mash.
Vegetarians and Vegans are also catered for with The Living Room’s ‘garden menu’ which features Thai red vegetable and tofu curry and mushroom cannelloni.
The restaurant is wheelchair accessible, and as children are welcome on the premises until 8pm there are highchairs available along with a special menu.
Close to Glasgow Central and Queen Street train stations
The Living Room is ideally located on St. Vincent Street, being a brisk 5 minute walk from Glasgow Central Train Station and also accessible from both Queen Street and Charing Cross train stations.
The Living Room - Glasgow Reviews