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About Roastit Bubbly Jocks
Evelyn Lawson - 04/02/2016
Paid visit for first time last night. Came recommended, didn't disappoint. Food was hot, delicious, great portions. Lovely place to sit in. Nice atmosphere, great service, prompt without being in the way. Made us feel very relaxed. Only one complaint from my other half. Too much veg in venison pie. Would have loved little more venison. I had fish &
chips, batter was beautiful, light n fluffy, fish was just magic. Shall return, most definitely, on weekend night.
Rosemarie Lynass - 25/01/2016
Excellent food and atmosphere
Contemporary Scottish restaurant Glasgow West End
Roastit Bubbly Jocks is a modern Scottish restaurant on Dumbarton Road in Partick, Glasgow. Named after the old Scots for a roasted turkey, it was established in 2002 as a friendly neighbourhood restaurant in the West End of Glasgow. The kitchen specialises in traditional and modern Scottish cuisine with a nod towards French and continental cooking.
Relaxed atmosphere, high culinary standards
“Keep it simple and let the flavours of the food speak for themselves” is the motto at Roastit Bubbly Jocks. Good quality, local beef, lamb, pork, game and seafood are all used inventively and presented in imaginative fashion. The lunch, a la carte and market menus change regularly and there are always daily specials as well as a Sunday roast at this cosy Partick restaurant.
Typical dishes range from Dingwall haggis, neeps and tatties to dishes of seared venison; scallops and langoustines; slow-cooked pork belly with fennel seed and smoked paprika or chicken stuffed with Stornoway black pudding. Brunch is also on offer with the traditional full Scottish breakfast or the classic eggs Benedict.
Transport in Partick, Glasgow West End
Roastit Bubbly Jocks is at the Crow Road end of Dumbarton Road in Partick. There are numerous bus routes to Glasgow city centre from Dumbarton Road and Partick subway station is a short walk.
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