The Grill on the Corner
This elegant, stylish restaurant aims to impress, with great steaks, nice wines and smart service.
The distinctive, twinkly fairy lights on the exterior windows set the scene before you enter – stylish with a hint of sparkle. Polite staff whisk you in all business and treat you with an extra dose of professionalism. Menu options match the décor’s stylish appeal, with choices from the ground and the sea. Their goat’s cheese salad starter with walnut dressing is a fine beginning, if a little oily on the base, and the bang bang chicken skewers come with a moreish, velvety peanut sauce. For your steak main you have the option of going classic, premium or for a sharing cut – if you’re feeling extra fancy. The classic options come in different sizes, so depending on how hungry you are you can go bigger or smaller. The Irish fillet is lean and sweet with a nicely grilled exterior and can be served with thick-cut chips or a dose of creamy mash. On the drinks menu, there is a generous selection of gin serves from around the UK and bespoke cocktails. The Grill on the Corner is a Glasgow staple that oozes trendiness and could be saved for a special occasion.
- Private dining: Up to 30 covers
- Provides: Gluten-free options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Groovy, soul and chart
- Capacity: 180
- Largest group: 200
- Open since: 2008
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 28
- House wine: £20 per bottle
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