About Meat Bar
Excellent night out
I took my wee sister out for a midweek steak to Meat as she loves steak. We picked well. The ribeye was soft as butter and perfectly cooked (med rare), and the sides plentiful. We then sat and soaked up the atmosphere with a few drinks. For a Tues night the place was buzzing with lots of customers filling the comfy booths. The staff were very friendly and nothing a bother. Will definetly be back.
I’ve been to other steak restaurants and this place is right up there, if not better, for their steaks. The house gravy is fantastic too. Second time I’ve been and I’ll be back soon.
Having opened in the summer of 2013, The Meat Bar on Glasgow’s West Regent Street quickly drew acclaim from newspaper critics as well as a strong and enthusiastic clientele. A basement bar and restaurant, The Meat Bar is unashamedly carnivorous although vegetarians won’t go hungry. Stripped back walls and leather booths give it a handsome feel while savoury cocktails such as the Meatojito show a playful side to this fashionable West Regent Street hangout.
Grill restaurant on West Regent Street
As the name suggests, The Meat Bar in Glasgow city centre takes its meat seriously. A specials board shows the butcher’s cuts of the day with the meat sourced from named, top quality Scottish suppliers. The burgers come in a custom-made brioche bun and the house smoker is kept busy slow cooking Kansas style ribs, pulled pork shoulder and ginger-rubbed smoky brisket.
Great burgers in Glasgow city centre
As well as a selection of duck, pork, chicken and beef sliders, The Meat Bar serves a range of grinder burgers made with three different cuts of Scotch beef. The fries are triple cooked and, of course, the mash comes with marrow gravy. Leave some space for the New York baked cheesecake – a speciality at The Meat Bar on West Regent Street, Glasgow.
Transport links for Meat Bar in Glasgow
The Meat Bar has a West Regent Street address and is a ten minute walk from the transport hubs of both Queen Street and Glasgow Central train stations and underground stops.