About Hutchesons Brasserie
Excellent meal in lovely surroundings
Recently visited for lunch with my friend. This was our second visit and thoroughly enjoyed it! Waitress was extremely friendly and helpful. A very relaxed lunch and we would return.
Bubbles and Brunch
Fab freshly baked croissants. Perfect poached eggs and a really nice peosecco all made for a great brunch!
Sophisticated brasserie and café bar
Set in the heart of Glasgow’s bustling Merchant City, Hutchesons Bar & Brasserie on Ingram Street is a sumptuous reincarnation of one of Scotland’s most iconic Grade-A listed buildings, Hutchesons Hall. From the seductive lure of The 158 Café Bar to the decadent grandeur of the Grand Brasserie, through to the opulent private dining room, Hutchesons is a restaurant and bar like no other. Period features such as stained glass windows and beautiful murals provide an elegant setting in which to sip Champagne and dine on the finest Scottish produce.
Finest Scottish food and drink
Served in the vibrant brasserie, the a la carte menu features the best of locally-sourced Scotch steaks and seafood. Signature dishes include the whole roasted monkfish tail; the half kilo T-bone; the 35-day, dry aged cote de boeuf and the Chateaubriand for two. Alternative options might be the juniper and garlic roasted loin of Scottish venison with celeriac purée, honey roasted fig and ginger bread brioche croutons.
The starters are creative. A typical choice might be the cuttlefish ink risotto with langoustine and queenie scallops. There is also a keenly priced lunch and pre-theatre set menu.
In the 158 Café Bar, breakfast could be a simple croissant and coffee, an exquisite eggs Benedict or rump steak with egg and home fries. Light lunch options in the café bar include freshly prepared sandwiches, steak frites, salads, burgers, dressed crabs and Cumbria oysters.
Transport links by Ingram Street
Hutchesons is on Ingram Street in Glasgow city centre. Queen Street train station and the Buchanan Street underground station are a five minute walk as are the Gallery of Modern Art and Tron Theatre. There is pay parking nearby at the Old Fruitmarket.