812 reviews

1 Merchant Square, G1 1LE

Merchant City, Glasgow

Cuisine: Scottish

About Arisaig

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Amazing deal

    I bought the deal two big plates for £10 it was worth every penny and more. We decided to have a starter as well the Haggis fritter was delicious. For the big plate we have the fish and chips which were cooked to perfections the flavour of the fish was amazing and chips were hand cut brilliant.
    - dined in restaurant 31/08/2016
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Another lovely meal at Arisaig

    This is our 2nd visit to Arisaig and it didn't fail to impress again. 5m deal was excellent value for money. Great choices and portion size. No problem for chef to change an accompaniment. The staff are lovely.. Very attentive but not over zealous. The afternoon teas looked good too and obviously very popular. Lovely place to eat and watch the world go by in the square.I would recommend this lovely restaurant and we will be back.
    - dined in restaurant 11/06/2016

Lively Scottish restaurant in Merchant Square

Named after a beautiful village on Scotland’s West Coast, Arisaig is a lively, Scottish bar and restaurant in Glasgow’s Merchant Square. As well as a balcony and cosy dining room, Arisaig has a cobbled terrace on the covered courtyard of the square. It is a great way for Arisaig’s guests to enjoy the finest Scottish food in an al fresco setting without risking Scotland’s unpredictable weather.

Contemporary twist on classic Scottish dishes

Refined versions of traditional Scottish recipes, often with a European tweak, help drive the popularity of Arisaig in Glasgow. The kitchen uses locally sourced, seasonal Scottish ingredients as far as is possible. Foraged ingredients pop up all the time in their dishes and the kitchen brigade takes pride in preparing as much as they can from scratch.

Part of the buzzy Merchant City neighbourhood, Arisaig puts a contemporary twist on classic Scottish dishes. The menus constantly evolve but typical dishes include cassoulet made with pork belly, ham hock and pearl barley or the haggis fritters served with an onion gravy and curly kale.

Close to Glasgow city centre transport links

Arisaig is in the Merchant Square, part of Glasgow’s Merchant City. It is a brisk ten minute walk from both Central and Queen Street rail stations. Both bus stops and taxi ranks are plentiful in the area. There is some paid parking nearby.

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