£12 per person for two courses from the à la carte menu at The Cabin
One of Glasgow’s oldest restaurants
Large glass of wine included
Lively atmosphere with regular sing-alongs
You are what you eat, apparently.
Great news if you have just eaten a peach, a cracker or a big hunk of beefcake.
Likely to end in a less flattering diagnosis if you have just scoffed a big bucket of nuggets.
Take up today’s Big Deal with The Cabin and you will be as happy as a lamb in mint sauce.
Having first opened its doors way back in 1890, The Cabin is one of Glasgow’s oldest restaurants.
It may also be one of its most atmospheric. Themed music nights are a regular occurrence as are sing-alongs.
The restaurant has been recently refurbished and the food is bang up to date with the most recent edition of The List Eating and Drinking Guide saying that it is like’ fantastic, home cooked-cuisine’.
Award winning chef and owner James Haldane has been with The Cabin for eight years and has experience of working in hotels and restaurants all over Scotland.
The menu at The Cabin changes regularly but typical starters might include the grilled goats cheese served with sun blushed tomatoes and basil oil or the prawn and crab fish cakes served with sweet chilli sauce and garlic mayonnaise.
Typical sample main courses might be the fillets of lemon sole stuffed with a scallop and smoked salmon mousse or the breast of Barbary duck served with potato rosti and an orange and ginger sauce.
If you have a sweet tooth then brioche bread and butter pudding served with crème Anglaise is a typical example of the desserts.