Had an excellent luncheon with my friends. The staff were very attentive and helpful. Excellent value. The Scottish Tapas were excellent and a great selection. My only complaint would be that it went cold quite quickly so would have benefited if the dishes had been brought out at different times.
First visit to Guys and will definitely be back soon
We had the Tapas board, a variety of Scottish favourites in miniature. Prawn cocktail, haddock chips mushy minted peas n tartare, tattie scone black pudding n scallops, haggis needs n tattie, steak pie, mince n tatties and mac n cheese with garlic bread. Option of glass of wine and a pint of St Mungo or a soft drink. Everything was tasty, very well cooked and filling, great value for money and would thoroughly recommend. Will definitely be back to sample more from Guy's menu if the tapas tasters were an example of what’s on offer.
Unique Scottish restaurant in Merchant City
One of Glasgow’s most individual dining spots, Guy’s Restaurant and Bar is located in the heart of the Merchant City. Chef patron Guy Cowan used to provide location catering to the film industry before opening this deliciously quirky Candleriggs business.
From the eclectic menus to the bohemian decor, Guy’s manages to be utterly unique while also appealing to a wide range of loyal diners.
Globe-trotting does not begin to describe the extensive range of flavours on offer at Guy’s on Candleriggs in Glasgow’s Merchant City. Delicate sushi, mince ‘n’ tatties, handmade ravioli, Aberdeen Angus steak and wild Scottish venison in a teriyaki sauce might all appear on the regularly changing menus.
As much as possible is made from scratch on the premises and Guy’s meat and fish comes from Scotland’s most high quality suppliers. Later in the week, live music ensures a buzzy but not deafening atmosphere. A comprehensive wine list and colourful cocktail list help keep the party swinging.
Candleriggs restaurant transport links
On Candleriggs in Glasgow’s Merchant City, Guy’s Restaurant and Bar is a five minute walk from Argyle Street rail station and ten minutes from Queen Street Station. There are a number of pay car parks in the area as well as taxi ranks. The nearest bust stops to Guy’s are on Bell Street and the Trongate. The Old Fruitmarket, City Halls and Tron Theatre are all a five minute walk.