A bonnie Scottish welcome awaits diners at The Cathedral House Hotel Restaurant, Glasgow. Visitors to this stunning 19th century baronial-style building will marvel at its recent refurbishment, which sees the Gothic turrets and impressive stone spiral ...
A bonnie Scottish welcome awaits diners at The Cathedral House Hotel Restaurant, Glasgow. Visitors to this stunning 19th century baronial-style building will marvel at its recent refurbishment, which sees the Gothic turrets and impressive stone spiral staircase lovingly restored; granting visitors superior views of Glasgow's iconic cathedral and the sprawling Necropolis. A few minutes away lies the bustling Merchant City, where visitors can while away a day shopping or exploring the independent galleries and theatres. After an exhausting day of soaking up Glasgow's culture, hungry guests can relax and unwind with a meal at The Cathedral House Restaurant.
With its menu of traditional Scottish delicacies, this homely restaurant waves goodbye to airs and graces and invites guests to tuck into some hearty grub. Curious tourists can sample some of Glasgow's most famous dishes, including cullen skink, haggis with black pudding, and Scottish smoked salmon. With fine cuts of Scottish meat available for main courses, diners will be spoilt with quality produce and local, seasonal ingredients. There's an Aberdeen Angus burger with chunky chips, or a Scottish 28 day matured rib eye steak with sautéed garlic mushrooms. Vegetarians needn't feel left out – there's even a meat-free haggis up for grabs.
A Scottish meal wouldn't be complete without a good slug of whisky to finish up, and The Cathedral House Restaurant has an unrivalled collection of tipples in their dedicated whisky bar. With an astonishing 130 options available, knowledgeable staff are on hand to help pair up a meal with the perfect malt. Ideal when partnered with one of the restaurant's lavish home-made desserts, diners will find themselves truly satisfied after a three course meal at this stunning hotel and eatery.