About The Square Bar and Restaurant
Great deal, great place, great food
Fantastic steak meal, just enough, great chunky chips, lovely bottle of wine. Also shared the amazing oreo cheesecake, and enjoyed a nice cocktail. Wishing continued success to all at The Square, we'll definitely be back.
Hidden gem in West End
2nd visit to this cracking little restaurant, love the food and never feel rushed at times can be a wee bit slow but it's worth waiting as it is always fresh.
Love the burgers, angry scotsman is recommended, sticky toffee pudding one of the best I've tried, loads of amazing salted caramel sauce amazing.
Modern Scottish restaurant in West end
Opened in the autumn of 2017, The Square is an independently owned and operated bar and restaurant on Norby Road. Open from morning to late, it is a neighbourhood place where customers can meet friends for a coffee; schedule a working lunch or unwind over dinner and cocktails. Dog-friendly until 4pm, the Square offers visiting pooches a puppaccino and treats. On the last Sunday of every month, human guests can enjoy the talents of the resident vocalist.
Local produce, innovative chefs
Using seasonal. Local ingredients, the chefs at The Square offer everything from lunchtime open sandwiches to 40-day dry-aged steaks sourced from the award-winning Rogers Butcher. The menus’ simpler dishes include the burger of the week and the Square macaroni cheese made with a four cheese sauce.
More complex starters might be the seared king scallops with celeriac purée, crispy Parma ham and scallop salt. Or the salad of salt-blacked beets with walnuts, rocket and pickled baby radish. Popular main courses include the roasted chicken breast with carrot purée, rosemary and truffle mash plus whisky sauce or the roasted butternut and Parmesan ravioli. A seafood option might be the fillets of sea bass, sautéed herb potatoes, capers, julienne vegetables, lemon and an orange beurre blanc
West end transport and attractions
The Square is on Norby Road in the Broomhill area of Glasgow’s West End. There is a car park by the restaurant. The restaurant is roughly equidistant from Jordanhill, Hyndland and Partick train stations. Nearby attractions include Victoria Park and Scotstoun Stadium. Gartnavel General is also nearby.