Andy Murray won Wimbledon and we are getting a proper summer. Could things get any better?
Oh yes. Make it the perfect summer by snapping up today’s Big Deal on a fantastic two course meal for two at the stylish Ingram Wynd on Ingram Street.
Hugely popular with 5pm diners, Ingram Wynd is a welcoming, Victorian-themed restaurant and bar which fits neatly into the lively atmosphere of the Merchant City.
Available Sunday to Thursday, for lunch or dinner, the offer is for two people to each enjoy a starter and main course or main course and dessert from Ingram Wynd’s rather tasty Big Deal menu.
A large glass of house wine each is part of the deal – after all nothing says summer quite like a frosty glass of crisp white wine.
Rib eye steak
There are four starters, six main courses, including a rib eye steak, and three desserts to choose from so it won’t be hard to find dishes which titillate your taste buds.
Soup of the day served with toasted bread
Baked haggis, mash and turnip tower with Scottish whisky sauce
Rich chicken liver parfait served with toasted bread and red onion chutney
Leek and asparagus tart served with a pepper salad
Poached sole fillets stuffed with prawn & salmon mousse, served with chive & tomato creamy sauce
Pan-seared salmon supreme with mixed pepper leaf salad, peppered fries and a lemon & mustard dressing
Chicken breast stuffed with haggis served with colcannon potatoes and a brandy & shallot jus
Char-grilled 6oz rib eye steak served with peppered tomatoes, mushrooms, peppercorn sauce & thrice-cooked chips
Roasted spring vegetables in a crisp pastry case with a basil & tomato sauce
Haggis & black pudding risotto served with a rocket salad
Selection of dairy ice cream – vanilla, chocolate, strawberry
Mixed berry cranachan – layered berries, whiskied oats and cream
Chocolate & orange torte with puff candy ice cream
Set in Glasgow’s buzzy Merchant City, Ingram Wynd is an elegant restaurant and bar that blends fascinating Victorian memorabilia with friendly service and delicious, contemporary cuisine.
Covered in etchings, pictures, paintings and maps dating from the 19th century, the decor at Ingram Wynd is a treasure trove of local history.
It’s also a winner with 5pm users. Each time we have done a deal with Ingram Wynd, it has gone down like Andy Murray making a return trip to Dunblane. The restaurant’s popularity is reflected in its 5pm reviews. At the time of writing, over 700 diners have given Ingram Wynd a fantastic combined score of 4.3/5.
This is what a couple of diners had to say recently on the 5pm Restaurants review page:
‘Anniversary celebration. All four of us had a superb meal chosen from a well varied menu. No complaints about portion sizes or quality of food. Wine was reasonably priced too.’ Rating 5/5
‘Excellent dining. We had a wonderful experience. The atmosphere, the service and the quality of food were first class.’ Rating 5/5