About Corinthian Club
One of the loveliest interiors youll find in any Glasgow restaurant, that alone makes it a must visit.
Varied if not extensive menu, tasty food, although portions arent the most generous, overall a good place to go but youll need 3 courses and a couple of drinks to feel full!
Elegant and appetising
Quite often, afternoon tea can be over priced and substandard. However, not at the corinthian. The selection was brilliant and high quality. There was a lovely choice of sandwiches and cake. I really liked that the cakes were small so that you got lots of variety. Best I've had and the 5pm deal was excellent
Impressive, contemporary restaurant in Merchant City
The Corinthian Club is on Ingram Street in Glasgow’s Merchant City. Once the headquarters of a bank, it is now a five floor entertainment complex with several bars, a club, private dining rooms, a casino and the jaw-dropping Teller’s Bar and Brasserie. A visually stunning venue, Teller’s features elaborate cornicing, amazing gold leaf work and a dazzling glass dome. Late opening hours mean that the party never seems to stop in The Corinthian Club.
Locally sourced ingredients in the Teller’s Bar
Locally sourced, fresh and cooked to order, the food in Teller’s draws on global influences as well as home-grown flavours. From Stornoway oysters to langoustines via the shellfish platter and baked Scottish lobster, seafood lovers are well looked after.
Other treats include the handmade steak burger and a selection of 28 day aged Scotch beef steaks. More homely choices include the beer-battered haddock and chips or macaroni cheese with garlic bread.
To finish, Teller’s offers a number of dessert classics from apple tart tatin to wild berry crème brulée.
City centre location
The Corinthian is located on Ingram Street in the Merchant City, a short walk from both Glasgow Central and Queen Street train stations. There’s a taxi rank outside, pay parking on Glassford Street and numerous bus routes nearby.