1155 Argyle Street | Glasgow G3 8TB
Phone: 0141 204 2081
The phrase 'fine dining' can evoke a lot of images that a lot of people don’t associate with a good time – stuffiness, snobbery, overpriced food and quiet conversations about foreign markets or the opera or whatever it is serious-faced people are always looking so serious about.
On the flip side, going somewhere with atmosphere and energy can often leave you with a menu that's a lot less likely to satisfy the true foodies. But the culinary universe abhors a vacuum, and so in came The Gannet to fill the void, offering highly refined cuisine in a laid back, chilled out setting.
With its hard wood and exposed bricks and bulbs, the Argyle street restaurant looks like the older brother of a Brew Dog-ish hipster bar – the same style but a little matured, a little more comfortable in itself and less eager to prove its cool.
As is befitting from a restaurant created by two of the nation’s premier chefs, The Gannet’s menu is an inventive, elegant celebration of Scottish produce. Harnessing its sea, sky and farmland for the best the nation has to offer, the finest findings are drawn together and synchronised on your plate to make for one of the best dining experiences Glasgow has to offer.