Urban Bar & Brasserie

2079 reviews

23/25 St Vincent Place, G1 2DT

City Centre, Glasgow

Cuisine: Bistros & Brasseries

£24.95 for 3 courses on Christmas lunch menu OFFER

  • £24.95
    £24.95 for 3 courses on Christmas lunch menu

£36.95 for 3 courses on Christmas dinner menu OFFER

  • £36.95
    £36.95 for 3 courses on Christmas dinner menu

£20 for 3 courses on the Christmas lunch menu  OFFER

  • £20
    £20 for 3 courses on the Christmas lunch menu

About Urban Bar & Brasserie

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Better than expected

    We were a party of ten and all were delighted with food and service, it was a festive menu and very good value for money. It's lovely restaurant with atmosphere and ambiance, no hesitation in recommending it.
    KAREN MCLAUGHLIN - dined in restaurant 04/12/2018
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Top notch

    We had a lovely time at the restaurant, brilliant food served by professional staff, nothing was a bother. Good wine choices at reasonable prices. Can’t wait to go back.
    Margot Proctor - dined in restaurant 06/10/2018

Modern eclectic city centre restaurant

Glasgow’s Urban Bar and Brasserie, formerly home to the Bank of England’s Scottish headquarters, looks a million dollars. Located on St Vincent Place in the city centre, the food is eclectic, and the décor blends old school elegance with a contemporary edge. Urban Bar and Brasserie is perfect for both entertaining clients and dining with relatives, either for lunch or dinner.

Locally sourced ingredients

Wherever possible, Glasgow’s Urban Bar and Brasserie uses locally sourced and seasonal ingredients to execute the dishes of the executive chef Colin Duffy. Awarded two AA Rosettes within months of opening, Urban Bar and Brasserie offers a range of dishes like the starter of spiced tomato & roast pepper soup with coconut or main courses such as rump of lamb with sweet roast garlic and thyme fondant potato and fillet of mature Scotch beef with sundried tomato, garlic & herb butter & chips.

Some of the dishes, like the fillets of bream teriyaki steamed in paper with pak choi, ginger, garlic and sticky rice, take their cue from further afield. Add in a well thought out wine list and it’s no surprise that the Urban Bar and Brasserie has plenty of regular fans in Glasgow’s city centre.

Near to shops, theatres & train stations

Thanks to its address in the very heart of Glasgow city centre, the Urban Bar and Brasserie also attracts plenty of shoppers and theatre goers. A short walk from both Queen Street and Central rail stations, local diners and visitors from further afield can access Urban Bar and Brasserie with ease.

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