One of Glasgow’s oldest restaurants, Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery was originally founded in the early Jurassic Era.
Popular dishes at the time included Brontosaurus burgers, Pterodactyl pasta and Coelacanth sushi.
The menu has moved with the times at the famous Glasgow restaurant although the chef still sometimes puts Stegosaurus steaks on the specials.
With today’s Big Deal, diners will get a close-up view of the kitchen skills that have kept Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery at the forefront of the Glasgow restaurant scene since the last ice age.
Comfortably seated at the Chef’s Table, guests will have a ring side view as the chefs turn locally landed fish and other fine Scottish produce into knock-out culinary masterpieces.
The menus change regularly at the stylish restaurant but typical starters might include cullen skink and a tian of st. james smoked salmon, cucumber, roast peppers, capers and dill with watercress lime puree
A typical main course poached supreme of chicken with spinach, mcsween’s haggis, arran mustard cream and fillets of british sea bass with three tomato, garlic and oregano stew and a basil oil.
Wise customers know to leave space for desserts, especially the creme brulee with roast rhubard and apple syrup.
Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery consistently scores high marks and glowing reviews from 5pm customers and at 4.7/5, it has one of the highest customer ratings of all the site’s restaurants.
This is what a couple of recent customers had to say:
‘Excellent food and superb service’
D Grosset – 01/05/2011
‘Excellent experience again. Will be back.’
Ronnie Griffith – 29/04/2011
If you want to take a seat at the Chef’s Table and enjoy fork-licking food and drink then today’s Big Deal is:
£275 for eight people to enjoy a three course meal at the Chef’s Table in Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery plus four bottles of house wine and a glass of Prosecco and canapés on arrival; a 50% saving on the standard £550