Some people think that fish puns are something to carp about.
We think they are cod’s gift to comedy.
Find more to smile about with today’s Big Deal on a main course with Prosecco for two at the lovely Two Fat Ladies restaurant in the city centre.
Launched in 2005, this Blythswood Street restaurant was the second member of the Two Fats family to come along.
Like the other Two Fats restaurants, it is cosy, welcoming and has its own definite sense of style with a subtle underwater theme to the decor.
The menu offers plenty of Scotland’s fantastic seafood along with lots of or more carnivorous choices.
Seven days a week
Available for lunch seven days a week, the offer is for two people to each have a main course from the table d’hôte menu. A chilled glass of Prosecco for each diner is included in the offer.
The table d’hôte menu changes regularly. This sample menu gives you a good idea of the sort of options which will be offered when you visit.
Blackened mackerel served with fennel, grapefruit and kohlrabi
Fillet of salmon, beetroot puree, lemon artichokes and a caper & orange butter
Supreme of chicken, coconut rice, pak choi and teriyaki sauce
Shallot and fennel risotto with truffle oil (v)
Two Fat Ladies city centre has a fantastic combined rating of 4.5/5 on its 5pm Dining page. this is what a couple of recent diners had to say:
‘Fabulous! First time visiting this restaurant and was impressed by the level of service and the quality of food. The staff were attentive and professional and the restaurant had a great ambience. Would definitely return and will definitely recommend The Two Fat Ladies to friends and family.’ Rating 5/5
‘Excellent food, lovely waiters. Food was excellent and beautifully presented. Staff were lovely, helpful and efficient. Lovely atmosphere. We would recommend highly. Fantastic value.’ Rating 5/5
Ideal for a cosy date
This Two Fat Ladies Big Deal would be make a perfect cosy date with your other half or a night out with friends.
The city centre branch of Two Fat Ladies is also very convenient for the King’s Theatre while the Theatre Royal, Cineworld and Royal Concert Hall are just a short stroll away.