Wine was fab - only thing was blue cheese was awful
Been several times and never fails to satisfy
Established city centre Mediterranean restaurant
Since opening in 1995, Vroni’s has given guests a welcome escape from the bustling city centre of Glasgow. Located on West Nile Street, the Champagne and wine bar serves Mediterranean dishes in relaxed and informal surroundings. Vroni’s is wheelchair accessible but strictly for guests aged 21 or over. Within walking distance of Buchanan Street, Argyle Street and Sauchiehall Street, the restaurant is popular for leisurely lunches as well as a post-work or pre-show catch up with friends.
Platters, pastas and burgers
Vroni’s menu features typical Mediterranean dishes such as mixed olives and crusty bread, hummus and flatbreads and bruschetta. The restaurant’s sharing platters offer a little bit of everything, with the Moroccan option including items like couscous, hummus, tzatziki, roasted peppers and sun-blushed tomatoes and the antipasto board which includes Italian cured meats, buffalo mozzarella, balsamic and olive oil dip and focaccia bread.
Also on offer at the restaurant are dishes such as nachos; sandwiches and paninis with a variety of fillings from brie, cranberry and apple to traditional tuna mayo salad; numerous burgers and popular pasta mains of penne arrabbiata and macaroni cheese.
Prime location, close to Queen Street & Central stations
Situated on West Nile Street in Glasgow’s city centre, Vroni’s is equidistant from both Queen Street and Glasgow Central train stations which are less than five minutes on foot from the restaurant. Visitors travelling to the restaurant by car can use payable car parking facilities at NCP on Mitchell Street just moments away.