About Cranside Kitchen
We had a nice meal at Cranside Kitchen, menu was different from website menu which was disappointing as we had planned to have the paella. Not entirely sure, if food had been reheated as some parts were hotter than other parts. Service was good, staff were friendly, but background music a bit too loud for us.
Multi-restaurant venue in Finnieston
Cranside Kitchen is housed in the historic Rotunda North, a red-bricked former harbour tunnel overlooking the Clyde. It offers an eye-popping range of dining choices and, as you’d guess by the name, is right next to the landmark Finnieston Crane.
Open seven days a week, this free-to-enter food market and beer garden features stalls from nine of Glasgow’s most renowned restaurants: Xi’an, Halloumi, Kilmurry & Co, Romano’s, Bon Bon, Nori, Chang, Fino and Yuza. Most days, you can head there for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.
The outdoor seating area only is dog friendly. Pets not permitted at the restaurant indoors.
Choice of global cuisines
At Cranside Kitchen you get to enjoy around-the-world dining to suit all tastes (without having to worry about choosing the perfect restaurant for your whole group). Simply wander around the food market, pick whatever takes your fancy and then return to your table (both indoor and outdoor seating is available). Grab tapas at Fino, Greek cuisine at Halloumi; New York classics at Kilmurry & Co, modern Italian at Romano’s, and Japanese dishes at Nori, then finish with a dessert.
Wash it all down with a cocktail such as a classic Singapore Sling or a craft beer, spirit or wine.
What’s close to Cranside Kitchen?
Cranside Kitchen is just a stroll away from the SSE Hydro and Armadillo, making it perfectly placed for a pre-gig meal or drink. It is also right next to the Squinty Bridge, which will take you across to the Odeon Luxe Pacific Quay. The venue is also very easy to get to from Glasgow city centre, either by car or the nearby Exhibition Centre train station. The closest taxi rank is at the Hydro.