About Brasserie at Oran Mor

'What a deal'
george swan - 01/12/2014
Lovely quality food served by lovely attentive staffin pleasant surroundings. 2 courses a glass of house wine and a coffee for £9.95 in the westend...hard to beat
'Great food at the Oran Mor Brasserie'
Lorraine Speake - 23/11/2014
We ate from the excellent value pre-theatre menu which has a good selection of starters, mains and desserts. I had the smoked chicken caesar salad to start. Portion size was just right and the combination of flavours worked really well. I've never had smoked chicken in a caesar before so that was a delicious first! My friend had the soup of the day which she reported to be very tasty and the perfect hot-but-ready-to-eat temperature. I had the 6 oz steak and she had the catch of the day - hake. The steak was ordered medium rare and came sliced and served with buttery, mashed celeriac. Again the portion size was just right and the steak and was sizzled on the outside and perfectly pink on the inside. I really enjoyed this dish - the perfect balance of fine dining and comfort food! The hake with potatoes was also divine and flavoursome. Although the desserts looked lovely we decided we'd save them for another visit as we both felt comfortably sated with our 2 courses. Service was friendly and attentive. We were eating form the pre-theatre but were not made to feel rushed; far from it. We enjoyed a fruit tea and coffee following our meal and could see the restaurant becoming busier (as you would expect) for Saturday evening dining as we left. The ambience was relaxed and other diners looked to be enjoying their time there just as much as us. We will definitely be back!

Contemporary West End Scottish restaurant

Formerly Kelvinside Parish Church, Glasgow’s Oran Mor is now a stunning cultural centre and meeting place which houses a nightclub, bars and the Brasserie Restaurant. Situated in the heart of the West End, the Brasserie at Oran Mor specialises in contemporary cooking made with the best Scottish ingredients. Many guests make a night of their visit by having a meal in the Brasserie before catching a play downstairs and then rounding the evening off with a drink in the Whisky Bar.

Modern cuisine in stylish surroundings

Brasserie at Oran Mor uses ingredients that are sourced locally as far as is possible, but some dishes take inspiration from all around the world. The menus are seasonal, but some examples of this modern cooking style includes the linguine with squash, Parmesan & truffle oil or the hickory smoked Gressingham duck with orange & mizuna salad.

More traditional items are also available, such as Stornoway fresh rope mussels steamed in cider, garlic & thyme; the braised beef cheek with parsnip mash potato & roast baby shallots; and the ever popular sticky toffee pudding with ice cream & butterscotch sauce.

Byres Road & West End travel accessibility

The restaurant is wheelchair accessible and child-friendly, with its entrance located on Great Western Road in Glasgow’s West End, just a moment away from the lively Byres Road. There are bus stops and taxi ranks close to Brasserie at Oran Mor, with Hillhead Subway station a 10 minute stroll away.

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