About Grosvenor Cafe
Mhairi Gammage - 15/11/2014
A last minute dinner date with my friend for a long over due catch up. Service was great and the staff couldn't have been friendlier. The food was super tasty with large portions and very good value for money. We had a 2 course and cocktail deal for £13.50. A bargain for ashton lane.
I'll definitely be back!
'Great value dinner!'
Gail Laing - 16/10/2014
First time here, my daughter & my partner opted for the steak & wine deal, whilst me the veggie chose the 3 small plates deal. Very good value, food was well-presented and very tasty, only criticism that we all agreed on, was the rocket, which was really limp! It wasn't off, and was completely edible, it had obviously just been in a warm kitchen out of the fridge for a while!
The only other thing to mention (which my 19 year old daughter agreed with!) was that the music was slightly too loud! Quite a lot of people were dining, like us, and I felt I struggled a bit to hear what was being said, and that I myself were shouting to be heard! Aside from that, the choice of music was fab, mostly 80's & 90's, the restaurant is lovely inside, I especially liked the fact that it was spacious & you didn't feel hemmed in, like in so many other places.
Relaxed eclectic restaurant in the West End
Grosvenor Cafe is located on Ashton Lane, just off Byres Road, in Glasgow’s vibrant West End. The contemporary restaurant uses produce from local suppliers to serve up a wide array of dishes as well as brunches and Sunday roasts. Grosvenor Cafe also hosts events such as family friendly afternoons at the weekend with arts & crafts and face painting (children are permitted on the premises until 8pm) and a Friday night DJ playing funk and soul music.
Fresh, local produce & an exciting menu
The kitchen staff at Grosvenor Cafe seek to cater to all tastes, and this is reflected in their varied cocktail, wine & beers list as well as their restaurant menu. Classic items such as the venison sausages with mash and thyme gravy and the steamed mussels in white wine, garlic & parsley are on offer, along with more international dishes like the Malaysian chickens skewers and the tomato, coconut & chilli chicken curry.
Bar food favourites are also available for the traditionalists, with fish and chips (battered coley, hand cut chips & minted mushy peas) and the Grosvenor burger (with red pepper relish & hand cut chips) also available.
Nearby transport links for Byres Road & West End
Grosvenor Cafe is on Ashton Lane in the heart of the West End in Glasgow. Hillhead Subway station on Byres Road and a nearby taxi rank are both just moments from the restaurant, and payable car parking is available just 2 minutes from the restaurant at Lilybank Gardens.
Free wifi access is available every day of the week, ideal if you’ve got a working lunch or just feel like a nosey on Facebook.