About Mussel Inn
Tasty as always
Love the Mussel Inn! Food is always spot on, wine list is great, wait staff is very personable.
I love Mussel Inn, I go there for their lunch deals but recently decided to go for a pre theatre dinner with my friends. Food was fantastic, although our server didn't get our oyster starter right, she immediately changed it for us and added 2 more oysters to compensate for the wait. Then she found out we were running a bit late for the theatre, she offered to phone us a cab. This sort of friendly service is what keeps me coming back.
Airy Scottish seafood restaurant in Glasgow city centre
The brainchild of West Coast shellfish producers, Glasgow’s Mussel Inn is a bright, bustling and airy city centre restaurant that serves all sorts of Scottish seafood. An informal restaurant located in the heart of the city centre, Mussel Inn’s laidback approach to dining is reflected in the wallet-friendly prices. Whether celebrating with a large party or popping in for a quick bite between shopping, Mussel Inn’s menu appeals to anyone with a taste for seafood.
Specialising in west coast shellfish & international flavours
Mussel Inn specialises in shellfish from the clear waters of Scotland’s west coast, serving a variety of seafood based dishes with flavours from around the world. Whilst the likes of fishcakes and the seafood platter are customer favourites, the main focus is on pots of plump mussels in a variety of sauces, running from classic cream, shallots and garlic to exotic Moroccan tastes.
Oysters, scallops, crab and prawns also play a starring role on the menu, in choices such as the crab salad, chargrilled king scallops and tiger prawn stir fried with egg noodles. There are also vegetarian options on the Mussel Inn menu for those not fond of seafood, including a Thai broth or feta salad.
Hope Street location, close to rail & bus links
Mussel Inn is located on Hope Street, just a short walk from Glasgow’s Central rail station. Hope Street is also known as one of the main streets in Glasgow for bus links, and situated a few streets away parallel to Buchanan Street, with shops galore.