Number 7

8 reviews

Celtic Park, G40 3RE

East End, Glasgow

Cuisine: Traditional

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About Number 7

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Family lunch at number 7

    Party consisted of 6 adults and 2 active 3 year olds. Everything about the lunch and service was great. The food was tasty and plentiful. The restaurant was busy but the service was excellent. My only issue was trying to find the way in to the car park which was not signposted, however, we got there and had a thoroughly enjoyable experience.
    Margaret Devaney - dined in restaurant 26/02/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5


    Totally fantastic from start to finish. Credit to all the staff, attentive and polite without the fuss. We will be back very soon.
    Margaret Paterson - dined in restaurant 05/06/2016

Carvery restaurant in Celtic Park

Located in the Jock Stein stand of Celtic Park, Number 7 restaurant is a must visit for the Hoops fan. As well as stunning views of the pitch, the walls are hung with pictures of great Celtic players and diners can have their photos taken with club trophies. As you might expect, away Celtic matches are shown on the screens within the restaurant so diners don’t have to miss any of the action. Club mascot Hoopy visits on Sundays to say ‘Hi’ to the kids.

Classic roast dinners

Roast sirloin of beef with Yorkshire puddings; seared fillets of organic salmon with tempura prawns and haggis-stuffed chicken breasts are all popular main courses at Number 7 restaurant. As well as classic carvery dishes, the chefs prepare a wide range of starters such as prawn cocktails, carved Galia melon and hot toasted brioche and chicken liver and brandy mushroom pâté.

Typical desserts might be the Black forest gateau, raspberry cheesecake or the cheeseboard. The menus change regularly to reflect the seasonal produce available.

Local attractions and transport links

Number 7 restaurant is at Celtic Park on Kerrydale Road. There is car parking at the front of the stadium and Dalmarnock station is a five minute walk for those travelling by train. Several bus routes run to the nearby Parkhead Forge Shopping Centre, a short walk from Celtic Park. The No 43 bus goes along London Road past the ground.

Reviews for Number 7

8 Reviews