About The Slug and Lettuce Glasgow
Staff looked after us well and despite a few disappointments with items not being available on the night the menu and quality of food was excellent.
The smaller portion sizes worked for us and we thought the Tuesday night offer made it value for money.
Was hear during the week on a Tuesday Night.
the food overall was good and the burgers were great, I would recommend and with the Tuesday Burger Drink deal was even better.
Only grumble was the service was slightly slow but the bar/restaurant was undermanned but it was a Tuesday Night and didn't spoil our experience.
Contemporary city centre bar and restaurant
The Slug and Lettuce in Glasgow is a cool and contemporary bar and restaurant centrally located in the business district of Glasgow. With large windows, some booth seating and an outside terrace, it is a great place for catching up with friends or watching the world go by over nibbles and a glass of something frosty. The extensive cocktail list has many fans.
Modern bar food
Open for brunch, lunch, dinner and all points in between, The Slug and Lettuce offers party buffet menus as well as a range of a la carte options. The dishes are a global pick and mix of bar food favourites and popular choices from further afield.
There are numerous pies, burgers and pasta options. From chicken curry to beer-battered fish and chips, there are many old friends which sit alongside more exotic choices such as Lebanese style chicken flatbreads and Philly steak sandwiches. There is a grill selection of steaks and skewers plus a range of smaller plates containing fewer than 500 calories. Desserts, such as the salted chocolate and caramel bar, provide temptation from the straight and narrow.
City centre attractions and transport
The Slug and Lettuce is on St Vincent Street in Glasgow city centre. Central and Queen Street transport hubs are a ten minute walk. As well as pay parking on Waterloo Street, there is restricted on-street parking. Nearby attractions include King Tut’s concert venue and the Buchanan Galleries.