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£10.95 for 2 courses on lunch menu
About Ingram Wynd
'Birthday lunch for my friend'
Margaret Napier - 29/06/2015
I took my friend to Ingram Wynd for lunch on Saturday, as she had never been and had always wanted to go. As always, the food & service never disappointed!
David Thomson - 28/06/2015
Cannot fault this deal in any way. Steak cooked to perfection and great value for money with the bottle of house wine included. Great atmosphere and superb service with lots of staff on duty to cater for all your needs.
Atmospheric Scottish restaurant in Merchant City
Ingram Wynd is a contemporary Scottish restaurant on Ingram Street, part of Glasgow’s famously buzzy Merchant City. While many of the dishes on their menu are modern versions of traditional Scottish dishes, the restaurant’s interior has a well developed Victorian theme. Old maps, photographs, etchings and other memorabilia make Ingram Wynd a unique destination in Glasgow’s Merchant City.
Classic Scottish dishes in Glasgow
The kitchen at Ingram Wynd skilfully blends modern techniques, seasonal Scottish ingredients and classic Scottish recipes. Offering lunch, a la carte and pre-theatre menus, all of which change regularly, the restaurant’s dishes can be daringly innovative or comfortingly familiar. Cullen skink soup might sit side by side on the menu with heather honey-marinated king prawns.
Stovies, haggis and smoked salmon all make regular appearances as do choices with more far-flung influences like the roast duck breast with an oyster, sweet chilli and plum sauce. Specials, daily fish dishes and grilled Scotch beef steaks help complete the culinary line-up at Ingram Wynd on Ingram Street, Glasgow.
Merchant City transport links
Located in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, Ingram Wynd is a ten minute walk from Queen Street rail station and the city’s underground lines. There are numerous bus routes on the nearby high Street and the Merchant City has lots of pay parking options. Taxis are easy to find around Ingram Wynd.