About 10 Restaurant & Bar
All excellent and good value for money
This was our first time here and everything was perfect. Portion sizes are a good size and the food was very tasty. We had the market menu on 5pm which cost £12 each for two courses. We each had a starter and main course. They were both very filling, so much so, that even though we would have liked to try a dessert, we were full!!The presentation of the food is also excellent.
We arrived late for our booking as our taxi driver got us lost, this was no problem, I booked for 2 people instead of 4 by mistake but they got us a table for 4 AND gave us complimentary drinks!!!Amazing service.
Stylish European restaurant in south side
Located within the luxurious 10 Hotel in Glasgow’s south side is a stylish, contemporary bar and restaurant offering European cuisine. The elegant Victorian gem is beside the leafy Queen’s Park area and can cater to any occasion, whether a casual dining experience in the bar or an intimate meal in the restaurant. Wheelchair accessible and child-friendly, 10 Restaurant & Bar is a short walk from Hampden Park stadium, and ideally placed for those wishing to visit attractions such as the nearby Burrell Collection or Tramway theatre.
Extensive menu, locally sourced ingredients
The menu at 10 Restaurant & Bar has been created by the talented kitchen brigade to offer seasonally inspired dishes using locally sourced ingredients and to suit a variety of tastes. A selection of courses are available especially for children, whereas adults can choose from items such as the Scottish classic, Haggis, Neeps & Tatties; the vegetable Thai red curry; or the Number 10 traditional steak pie.
Carnivorous diners may be swayed by the prime cut steaks, and those with less of an appetite may find themselves drawn to the salads and sandwiches on offer. Guests who save room for dessert could be tempted by the restaurant’s hot chocolate fondant or the passionfruit cheesecake.
Accessibility to Glasgow south side
10 Restaurant & Bar on Queens Drive in the south side a moment away from Crosshill train station which has regular services to Glasgow Central, and easy road access to the city centre and motorway. The boutique hotel also has free on-site parking at its rear as well as some on-street parking available.