Quail eggs perched on a bed of rainbow foam are all very well.
But sometimes when the weather is chilly, you just want to tuck into true Scottish comfort food instead.
We’re thinking fish & chips cooked to perfection and crafted from high-quality ingredients, ideally.
This is where Mharsanta in the Merchant City takes centre stage. Since flinging open its doors on Bell Street last year, it has carved out a niche as the spot to enjoy classic Caledonian food with a contemporary twist.
So why not try it out with today’s Big Deal on two for one fish & chips?
Stylish dining in the Merchant City
Named after the Gaelic for ‘merchant’, Mharsanta offers up a winning combination of Scottish classics and signature cocktails.
Inside, you will find a smart, minimalist dining space with windows lit up prettily by fairy lights at night and cosy booths for relaxing in.
And since Mharsanta specialises in seafood, it really is the ‘plaice’ to enjoy this Big Deal (sorry, we’ll stop now).
Tuck into fish & chips
Today’s Big Deal offers two for one fish & chips at Mharsanta, available for lunch or dinner on select days.
This is no ordinary fish & chips — you will be served up two plates of tasty, freshly landed, hand-battered Peterhead haddock fillet with thick-cut chips and tartar sauce.
Does this sound tempting? Then you can make the most of this offer until the end of March 2020, making it an ideal winter warmer treat.
TripAdvisor users have sung the praises of Mharsanta. Here is a snippet of one review:
‘We discovered the Mharsanta today and were really impressed by the food, service and overall friendliness…good food as it should be. Think we’re going back tomorrow.’ 5/5
Feel-good Scottish food
‘The nights are fair drawing in’, as granny used to say.
So why not enjoy the kind of classic, feel-good Scottish food that granny used to make as well — but this time, with an added cheffy flair?
If this sounds like a great idea to you, then grab your favourite dining partner, settle down in a comfy booth and let Mharsanta serve you up fish & chips to die for.