The Sisters Kelvingrove

1556 reviews

36 Kelvingrove Street, G3 7RZ

West End, Glasgow

Cuisine: Scottish, Bistros & Brasseries

Popular offer at The Sisters Kelvingrove

  • £11.95
    £11.95 for 2 courses on set lunch menu

About The Sisters Kelvingrove

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Fantastic restaurant

    Baked ham cabbage and mash was delicious, puff candy ,butterscotch ,ice cream . Was to die for 👌🏻
    - dined in restaurant 07/03/2018
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    The Sisters Kelvingrove is fantastic

    Myself & a few friends were meeting up with another friends as it was her birthday. Now the birthday woman & another friend had never visited Sisters. They were not disappointed, as were the other 2 who have visited there a number of times. We all had different starters. I had the cauliflower, it was delicious, very tasty. We all then had the beef cheek. It was amazing, extremely tender, you certainly didn't need a knife. Now the desserts. Now we had said to the other 2, you could not go to The Sisters and NOT have the meringue with toffee etc. It is to die for & is their signature dish. Well the 3 pthers had said dessert, they were not disappointed again. I had the apple crumble slice, was really good. Obviously not as good as the other dessert. The waitress was very attentive, but not in your face. Very helpful from the minute we entered the rest. A couple of our party were unable to attend so they sorted out the table. I never got the young lady's name, but she has worked there a long time. Jak she is a credit to the restaurant, can you give her our thanks once again. We will be back again. Hubby was most put out that he never got to come with us. Thank you for your restaurant's lovely food & hospitality.
    - dined in restaurant 11/01/2018

Cosy Scottish restaurant in West End

The Kelvingrove branch of The Sisters is one of two Scottish restaurants which are flourishing in Glasgow under the Sisters banner of the O’Donnell family. As the name suggests, the restaurant is run by two siblings and this cosy Kelvingrove restaurant plays the role of chic junior to its older sister restaurant in Jordanhill. The Sisters in Kelvingrove is smart but casual with matt, monochrome colours contrasting with open fires and pictures of wild Scottish landscapes.

Hearty Scottish food with locally sourced ingredients

Both of Glasgow’s Sisters restaurants run the same menu of hearty, sometimes rustic, but always satisfying Scottish food. Chef Jacqueline O’Donnell is very proud of her locally sourced ingredients and flies the flag for venison from Ardnamurchan, scallops from Ullapool and organic veg from Arran. These prime Scottish ingredients go into her kitchens fresh and emerge as Highland venison loin with duchess potatoes, honey glazed parsnips and rosemary sauce or rare breed Ardunan Farm pork duo braised and loin with crispy, crackling Stornoway black mash, homemade apricot and sage sausage roll and cider jus.

Old building looking onto Sauchiehall Street

The Sisters in Kelvingrove is set in an old tenement building where Kelvingrove Street meets the busy Sauchiehall Street in the West End of Glasgow. With its high ceilings and tall windows, the homely restaurant is not far from the city centre, with bus links available on Sauchiehall, St Vincent and Argyle Street.

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A great British menu from a great Scottish larder

Jacqueline O’Donnell is one of the most recognisable figures in the Scottish food industry. Founder and head chef of The Sisters Jordanhill and Kelvingrove, the restaurants she owns with her younger sister Pauline, she can most recently been seen on the small screen representing Scotland in BBC show The Great British Menu.

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