11 reviews

416 Great Western Road , G4 9HZ

West End, Glasgow

Cuisine: International, Modern

About Websters

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Really great place!

    Lovely staff, good food and wonderful atmosphere 👍
    George McGhee - dined in restaurant 20/12/2019
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 4


    Good food, nice setting, very friendly service.
    Traci Leven - dined in restaurant 01/04/2017

European bar in West End

Websters Bar is part of Websters Theatre on Great Western Road. Formerly the Lansdowne Parish Church, this A-listed Gothic Revival church was originally built by John Honeyman in 1863 and features beautiful stained glass windows by Alf Webster. Open all day, the bistro attracts local residents and workers, couples looking for a romantic meal and, of course, theatre-goers.

Versatile, international menu

As well as a keenly priced lunch menu, Websters Bar has a globe-trotting main menu with lots of options which are ideal for sharing among friends. In addition to sharing boards of antipasti, there is a selection of small plates

West End attractions and transport links

Websters Bar is around the middle of Glasgow’s Great Western Road. Kelvinbridge is the nearest subway station. Several bus routes line the Great Western Road and there is limited on street parking in the area. Local attractions include Kelvingrove Park and Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens.

Menus for Websters

Websters News & Videos

Ox cheek with grape jus and liquid bread cooked by Websters Bistro Glasgow

Glasgow's Websters bistro show us how they make ox cheek (which was previously slow cooked) with jus and liquid bread.

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5 reasons to worship at the altar of Websters Glasgow

Glasgow has a thing about churches. From Oran Mor to Cottiers to St Luke’s in the East End, there’s nothing Scotland’s biggest city likes more than taking an empty church and transforming it into a vibrant venue. The latest church-cum-social hub is Websters Glasgow. Situated within Lansdowne Church, one of the most striking churches in Glasgow, it is now owned by the people from Cottiers who have taken the derelict building and turned it into a restaurant, bar and theatre. Even if you haven’t gone to mass in years, here’s five reasons to worship at the alter of Websters.

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Reviews for Websters

11 Reviews