About Grill on the Corner
Fantastic meal would highly recommend
We had 3 courses and both had different courses. The food was excellent as was the service. Only down point was our table was booked for 6 and never got seated until 6.40 HOWEVER first round of drinks was free due to wait so no complaint however keep it in mind if your in a rush. Luckily we weren't
Get yourself here asap. From the second we arrived we were made to feel.special and that was before we were served by the friendliest waitress I've ever had. Menu was substantial. We chose the sharing platter and were not disappointed. Beautifully prepared and freshly cooked. Delicious.
I had the t bone and my wife had the steak frites - my son chose the fajitas. All were cooked to perfection and seasoned perfectly. The chips were spectacular too.
Desserts!!!! Wow just wow!
Steak and more in Glasgow city centre
The Grill on the Corner is on Bothwell Street in the heart of Glasgow. The opulent bar and glamorous dining room are separated by an open kitchen. Decked out with trailing lights, chandeliers and mirror walls, the spacious dining room is lavishly appointed while the large windows give great views of the street life. A mix of table and booth seating means that The Grill on the Corner is ideally suited to dining in a group or as a couple.
Steaks, seafood and burgers
Premium, 28-day aged steaks take pride of place on the menu at The Grill on the Corner and the regular selection of cuts are complemented by spectacular options such as the Chateaubriand for two and the Wagyu fillet. Each month, the Best of British menu adds to the choice by showcasing steaks from a particular breed such as Limousin cattle.
Moving away from the steaks, there is a wide range of burgers, some very popular fajitas, salads and seafood. The latter ranges from good old fish ‘n’ chips to whole Dover soles and grilled lobster. The Sunday roasts – beef, pork or chicken with all the trimmings – have many fans.
Glasgow city centre transport
The Grill on the Corner is on the corner of Bothwell Street and Wellington Street, a two minute walk from Central Station. There is limited on-street parking and car parks at Waterloo and Mitchell Streets. Nearby attractions include Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, King Tut’s and The Pavilion.