What a find.
Randomly picked Bo'vine as we were looking for somewhere in the West End. Situated at the very top of Byres Road across from Oran Mor it's a real find. The restaurant has the look of 1920's decadence with a 21st Century reboot. The 5pm menu, although. It has a broad selection of dishes. Everything we had was beautifully presented and tasted amazing. The staff are really knowledgeable and attentive. Top spot for food and we will be back!
Great food and a good price
Had the 2 course Market Menu offer. Service was prompt and attentive and the quality of the smoked salmon and steak were excellent. Unfortunately on the night the coffee machine wasn't working, but overall I'd recommend visitng Bo'Vine if you are a Carnivore!
Stylish Byres Road steakhouse restaurant
Bo’Vine is a steakhouse restaurant at the top of Byres Road in Glasgow’s leafy West End. The restaurant decor is fairly informal with cow hide wall covers, inviting leather seats and big Chesterfield sofas. With quality local produce such as 28 day aged, grass fed Scottish beef, meat is undoubtedly the star of Bo’Vine. Attention to detail doesn’t end at the menu, however, as the restaurant also boasts an extensive list of carefully selected wines to complement your meal.
Scottish cuisine & a carnivore’s delight
Although beef may seem to take pride of place at Bo’Vine (well, maybe it does), there are vegetarian options too, along with a variety of dishes that make the most of other fine Scottish ingredients. Some examples include the Stornoway black pudding with poached egg and pancetta, the corn fed chicken breast with ham hock & potato press, and the indulgent Bo’Vine burger consisting of a beef & foie gras patty on a brioche bun with peach & chilli chutney and triple cooked chips.
Steak lovers will enjoy perusing the choice of cuts and may find themselves tempted by the rather posh ‘surf ‘n turf’ option to add a half lobster to their order.
Accessible from Byres Road
Bo’Vine is part of the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor hotel in the West End and is a stone’s throw from the Botanic Gardens. Hillhead Subway station, bus stops and taxi ranks are all a short walk from the restaurant, with limited on street parking nearby.