About Revolution Mitchell Street
I could not believe how good it was. The food arrived quickly and was so tasty. Good variety and really incredible value for money. But what made our visit was our server, I didn't get her name but she had like orange/peach hair. She was so friendly and helpful and made us feel so welcomed. Would go back in a heart beat!
Lively cocktails and dining in the city centre
After the success of its Renfield Street sister venue, Revolution has launched a second cocktail & dining spot on Mitchell Street. Based in the former Tunnel nightclub, the building has undergone a full refurbishment. Nowadays it is a bright and open space split across two floors, with comfy seating, gleaming wood and a glass-covered fire. Regular events mean that you can hit the dance floor straight after dining, while the weekly Sunday Sessions offer chilled out live music vibes.
Cocktail frolics and flavoursome food
The kitchen crew at Revolution serve up fresh, handcrafted dishes inspired by foodies all over the world, resulting in an eclectic mix of flavours. Expect lunch deals, small plates for snacking, platters for sharing, burgers, contemporary mains and indulgent desserts.
Menus change seasonally, but highlights could include the Let’s Meat Up sharing platter, The Smoke King burger, the pea & courgette risotto, the warm duck salad and the classic club sandwich.
Desserts include the Macaron Coffee Break with crushed bourbon biscuit and creamy coffee ice cream or the Bombshell Brownies with salted caramel chocolate sauce, golden honeycomb chunks, rich chocolate ice cream and popping candy.
The playful cocktail range might tempt you to stay on after eating and includes delights such as Frothy Biscoffi, Bakewell Tart and Bubblegum Daiquiri.
Heart of Glasgow
Revolution is on Mitchell Street, just around the corner from Glasgow Central station and a short walk from Queen Street station. The Lighthouse gallery and Cineworld Cinema are both nearby, as are all of the main city centre shops. You can find pay parking on the street outside and Buchanan Street underground is just a few minutes walk away.