About Ingram Street Coffee House
Miscommunication re booking
The staff were very attentive and for that reason we had a lovely time. However there was a mix up and the booking had not been received from their main office. Yet earlier in the week I received a call to ask if I had any dietary requests and to give my credit card details to confirm booking. Miscommunication issues between main booking centre that manages coffee house did not reflect well on professionalism.
Contemporary brasserie in Glasgow city centre
Ingram Street Coffee House is in Glasgow’s vibrant centre. The bar’s tables have large windows looking onto the city centre bustle of Ingram Street while the brasserie is set on a more discreet mezzanine level. It features a modern, streamlined decor and offers a welcoming space for dinner, a pre-theatre meal, a working lunch or anything in between.
Open from breakfast through lunch and afternoon tea to dinner, the menu offers the freshest ingredients and local produce in a wide range of dishes. There are sharing plates, burgers, dry-aged British steaks; Italian-style, stone-baked pizza and healthy options such as superfood salad and soups.
You could go Thai with a red prawn curry or Indian with the chicken tikka massala or the red lentil and chickpea dahl. A more trad option might be the steak and Doombar ale pie; served with rosemary and garlic potato wedges, buttered cabbage and spring greens. A vegetarian option might be the pumpkin and ricotta tortellini with mushroom, spinach and a white wine cream sauce.
City centre attractions and transport
Ingram Street Coffee House is on Ingram Street. There is limited on-street parking and several pay parks on nearby streets. Both Queen Street and Central train stations are a brisk five minute walk. Local attractions include the Gallery of Modern Art, City Halls and the shops of Buchanan Street.