Mulberry Street Bar Bistro
- Telephone 0141 424 0858
- Opening times Mon–Thu 11am–11pm; Fri/Sat 11am–midnight; Sun noon–11pm.
- Bar open Mon–Thu 11am–11pm; Fri/Sat 11am–midnight; Sun noon–11pm.
- Food served Mon noon–9pm; Tue–Thu noon–9.30pm; Fri/Sat noon–10pm; Sun 12.30–9pm.
- Average price £6.95 (set lunch); £14.50 (evening meal)
- Website www.mulberrystbarbistro.com
Now in its tenth year of serving the Southside, Mulberry St Bar/Bistro is still synonymous with quality food, great beer and friendly service.
On a corner often drenched in Southside sun sits Mulberry St, a bar and bistro that has been keeping the area’s end up even before it became fashionable. With an owner that knows the neighbourhood inside and out, Mulberry is a welcome juxtaposition to the often faceless bars of the city centre. With easily more seafood on the menu than Captain Ahab could angrily shake a stick at, this place is a great choice for those who know what they want and how they want it. The menu hasn’t changed much for a while, and why should it when you do it this well? For starters the Cullen skink is a salty and creamy celebration of the sea, while the pan-fried swordfish is meaty but packed with flavour. In the bar they offer craft ales to either set you up or sooth your senses after a busy day.
- Private dining: 40 in bistro
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Gluten-free options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Cilled out hoits during the day, indie hits at night.
- Live entertainment: Mon pub quiz; Sat/Su acoustic jazz, Thurs acoustic singer, songwriter.
- Capacity: 40
- Largest group: 40
- Open since: 2006
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
- House wine: £14.95 per bottle
Reviews & features
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