Tron Bar & Kitchen

42 reviews

63 Trongate, G1 5HB

Merchant City, Glasgow

Cuisine: European, Scottish, Modern

About Tron Bar & Kitchen

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Lovely pre-theatre

    We had a pre-theatre meal here on Saturday night and I would highly recommend a visit. The burger was fantastic. I thought my dessert (eton mess) was a little on the small side but it was sweet so perhaps any more would have been too much. The service was brilliant, friendly and attentive.
    - dined in restaurant 21/05/2016
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 3

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Great food, great service

    Was our first time eating at the Tron. Food was excellent (I had the black pudding starter and cod for main) and the service was very friendly. It was a bit quiet for a Saturday night (there was no theatre production on the night we were in), but still had a decent enough atmosphere. Highly recommended and we'll definitely be back.
    - dined in restaurant 16/04/2016

Casual dining in the Tron Theatre

On the Trongate in the Merchant City, Tron Bar + Kitchen is linked to the Tron Theatre, one of Scotland’s leading producing and presenting theatres. An informal spot, it offers casual dining in a laidback setting. Reclaimed timber tables and vintage lights furnish the three separate dining areas in the bar and kitchen. During the sunnier months, there is also the option to dine al fresco.

Contemporary Scottish with a modern European twist

While the Tron Bar + Kitchen is understandably busy for pre-theatre meals and post-show drinks, it is also popular for light lunches, daytime cakes and coffee plus enjoyable dinners. The lunch menu includes sharing platters, salads, gourmet sandwiches, risotto and burgers.

Scottish ingredients are especially prominent in an evening menu which includes starters such as Cullen skink and Macsween haggis bon bons. Among the tempting main courses are dishes like the Scrabster king prawns in a Thai curry and the Chicken Ulysses – Ayrshire chicken with haggis, a lemon and thyme stuffing, green beans, creamed chive potatoes, anCnoc and smoked garlic cream.

Local attractions and Merchant City transport links

The nearest Subway station is St Enoch, while the transport hubs of Glasgow Central and Queen Street are a ten minute walk. There is restricted on-street parking and pay parking at nearby King Street. As well as Tron Theatre productions, Tron Bar + Kitchen is handy for gigs at the Barrowland Ballroom or the Old Fruitmarket.

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