About The Pacific
Cold Friday night out
Once again we thoroughly enjoyed our evening at this small quirky restaurant in Partick. Excellent food and very friendly service. Pity it wasn't busier (it deserves to be) and due to the outside temperature our table at the window and door was slightly chilly.
Also wine choice limited ( they specialise in cocktails)
Great value and service
Amazed at the effort the staff put in in order to decorate the restaurant for Halloween. Excellent food and service, great value for money and very friendly, efficient staff will definitely be back.
Laidback Tiki bar in West End
The sound of the surf; exotic cocktails and Big Kahuna burgers mean you can only be in one place – The Pacific Bar and Kitsch Inn on Dumbarton Road. Sister bar to Bath Street’s Tiki Bar and Kitsch Inn, The Pacific brings the ‘Aloha!’ to Glasgow’s West End. Decked out like a Polynesian beach hut, it is a laidback spot for sipping a couple of Mai Tais or grazing on a Thai sharing platter.
Thai tacos and Hawaiian burgers
An inventive cocktail list, served in sharing bowls or ceramic tiki mugs, are one of the big draws at The Pacific. Tasty as the drinks are, the food is just as big an attraction. As well as popular Thai favourites such as king prawn tempura, curries and phat, or pad, Thai, the main menu lists chilli, chicken and fish tacos plus a selection of fun burgers. Especially popular is the Kalua-style pulled pork burger served in a brioche.
Plenty of customers also drift in for the big brunch which is served until 4pm, seven days a week. Massive omelettes, fry-ups, bagels, eggs Benedict and country style pancakes keep the wolf from the door.
West End transport links
Located towards the Thornwood Park end of Dumbarton Road, The Pacific Bar and Kitsch Inn is around a ten minute walk from Partick railway station. There is some on-street parking in the area and several bus routes run along Dumbarton Road into Glasgow city centre.