ESCA & Chisholm 27

2914 reviews

27 Chisholm Street, G1 5HA

Merchant City, Glasgow

Cuisine: Italian

Popular offer at ESCA & Chisholm 27

  • £10 for 2
    £10 2 person offer - 2 full breakfasts from the breakfast menu

About ESCA & Chisholm 27

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    A hidden gem

    We booked very last minute and we are so glad we tried this place. It is a very cosy restaurant and loved the candles in wine bottles on the table. The staff were very helpful and not in your face all time. The food was outstanding, we had anti pasti to start followed by risotto with goats cheese and it was the best risotto I have had. We will defo be returning here - wonderful place.
    donna morgan - dined in restaurant 01/12/2018
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Staff were excellent, food was delicious

    Sea bass was delicious and a big portion. The special was ox cheek this should be on regular menu it was so good. 9 of us dined for birthday celebration we all ordered different dishes and where all really happy with what we had cant wait for my next visit.
    Laureen Mullan - dined in restaurant 20/11/2018

Welcoming Merchant City Italian restaurant

Esca is a warm and welcoming restaurant in the Merchant City, and serves traditional Italian food with a twist. Directly across from the Tron theatre, Esca is in the heart of Glasgow’s artistic quarter and enjoys a keen following of pre-theatre diners as well as couples, family groups and large parties – a particular speciality. Romantically lit by candles at night, the popular Italian offers and intimate dining experience and has an eye-catching interior which reflect the Tuscan influences.

Traditional Italian cuisine

The rustic cuisine with the occasional contemporary flourish has built a glowing reputation for Esca since the restaurant first opened in 2000. Some classic dishes such as the hearty Minestrone soup, traditional spaghetti and meatballs and the popular pizza margherita feature on the menu. Other options include Esca’s take on stuffed mushrooms with cured ham and mozzarella and served with a garlic and coriander mayonnaise, along with their speciality lasagna dish. Tempted in by the kitchen’s creative take on Italian cuisine, the restaurant remains popular with shoppers looking to lunch, couples having a romantic meal, or friends enjoying a catch up.

Close to Glasgow city centre transport links

Esca is wheelchair accessible and located on Chisholm Street across from the Tron theatre. A brisk fifteen minute walk from Central and Queen Street train stations, there are also bus stops and taxi ranks nearby.

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