About The Tearooms at Butterfly and the Pig
This was our first time in The Tearooms and certainly won't be our last. We loved everything about it from the decor to the mismatched crockery and the food omg what can we say it was Delicious with a capital D ! We both had the fish and chips and hammy peas, portions were massive and none of this guessing "what kind of fish is this we're eating" and home made chips too I couldn't finish mine but hubby managed to scoff his haha saw him eyeing up what I'd left but he decided to keep room for his cake and again no scrimping on the portions I was too full to eat mine but it came home with me for later. We will certainly be back to this wee hidden gem and have already recommended it to family and friends
Won't be long until next visit
Delicious food, great sized portions and of course the amazing array of fabulous cakes to choose from. Returning soon
Quirky tearoom on Bath Street
The Tearooms at the Butterfly and the Pig offers a quirky dining experience on Glasgow’s Bath Street. The food is traditional and hearty and the Tearooms specialise in high teas.
The Butterfly and the Pig Tearooms is convenient those out shopping in the centre looking for respite or those who would appreciate the vintage glamour of the Tearooms.
Kitsch high tea
The Tearooms has a variety of menus depending on the time of day. There is an all-day breakfast menu and a lunch menu featuring toasties and sandwiches.
High tea is the Tearoom’s forte and the menu includes all the classics like battered fish and chips with mushy peas and chicken, leek and bacon pie with mash and veg.
To accompany your high tea, you can choose from an array of teas all served in kitsch China tea sets plus all teas are followed with your choice of cake. The Tearooms are particularly well known for the delicious selection of cakes – a sponge lover’s dream.
City centre transport links
Located in The Butterfly and the Pig, the Tearoom is above the bustling bar, perfect to enjoy a pre or post meal drink. The Tearooms are on Bath Street, a five minute walk from both Charing Cross and Glasgow Central train stations. Various bus routes pass by and there are numerous taxi ranks in the area.