This haunt ain't no slouch
Saturday date night with the hubby, food selection is amazing we both had starters and a main meal along with some drinks and eventually a bottle of wine. Portion sizes are unbelievable and the food is just outstanding. Brilliant value for money, only let down for me was the ladies toilets, everything else was brilliant even the staff were great, the ladies toilets could be doing with a good gutting, that aside I'm still giving, Slouch 5 out of 5
Eaten in Slouch before. Retuned to have meal before going on to theatre. Not disappointed, food is excellent, staff friendly and attentive. Will be back again.
Live music pub in Glasgow city centre
A live music bar and kitchen, Slouch is a popular stop on the Bath Street party circuit. While there are live bands or DJs rocking the joint most nights of the week, Slouch is no one hit wonder when it comes to providing good food. Seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, keen prices and hearty portions all make sweet music for diners at Slouch.
Bar bites until the early hours
As well as serving bar bites like crispy pizza, wings and nachos until the early hours, Slouch runs a lunch menu, market menu and a la carte. At lunch, the choice revolves around pasta dishes and ciabatta topped with, for example, salami and grilled cheese.
The a la carte has an astonishing range of inventive burgers; pastas, salads and crispy pizza along with main courses like the crispy oriental tempura, prawn & smoked salmon linguine and chicken & chorizo macaroni. The kitchen takes great pride in the daily market menus which feature dishes like pork loin with mashed potato, braised red cabbage and a mustard jus or a mango and passion fruit parfait.
Bath Street transport links
A basement bar on Bath Street, Slouch is a brisk ten minute walk from Queen Street and Central railway stations. There bus stops on Bath Street and nearby Sauchiehall Street as well as numerous taxi ranks. There is limited on street parking in the area along with a nearby pay car park.