About No 38
Can't wait to go back
Dined on the pre-theatre menu. Fantastic value for money and delicious food.
A brilliant meal at a very reasonable price. Can't wait to go back.
Creative dishes at a very high standard. My pork belly was perfect and the wines great.
Popular local restaurant in East Kilbride
Long a popular spot on East Kilbride’s dining scene, No. 38 is on Kirkton Park in The Village. It is a cosy and intimate dining space that lends itself to most occasions. Whether you are in for a light lunch, romantic meal or family celebration, No. 38 has a friendly, welcoming ambience which is often mentioned in reviews from 5pm Dining customers.
Scottish seafood, Speyside steak and weekend specials
Traditional food with a modern twist is the aim of the game at No. 38. The menus are seasonal and change regularly so that might translate into starters such as prawn and crab fritters with chilli boo jam or West Coast scallops, quickly seared and served with pea purée, bacon crisps and pickled shallots.
While seafood is prominent on the menus, it is not the sole focus of the kitchen. Hung for 45 days, steaks from Millers of Speyside take pride of place in the grill section. Other options might be the tandoori chicken breast, Moroccan spiced lamb cutlets or the chicken and ham pie, a real home-style, comfort food dish.
In addition to the main menu, there are light bites and pre-theatre menus. Daily and weekend specials add to the appealing choice.
East Kilbride transport links and attractions
No. 38 is on Kirkton Park in East Kilbride’s Village area. There are car parks on nearby Glebe Street and at Atholl House. The nearest train station is East Kilbride. Local attractions include Village Theatre and the Show Park.