Ingram Wynd

Ingram Wynd
56-58 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1EX
  • Telephone 0141 553 2470
  • Bar open Thu–Sat, 6pm–11pm
  • Food served Mon/Tue noon–3pm, 5–10pm; Wed/Thu noon–10pm; Fri/Sat noon–10pm; Sun noon–9.30pm
  • Pre-theatre times Mon–Sun 5–6.30pm
  • Average price £10.95 (set lunch); £21 (evening meal)
  • Pre-theatre price £12.95
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  • Website www.ingramwynd.co.uk
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One of the more self-consciously ‘Scottish’ of the restaurants in this section (it defines itself as such on the signage and on its website) Ingram Wynd is a good bet for traditional dishes such as skirlie, stovies or cranachan – which can be surprisingly hard to track down in Glasgow. Elsewhere on the menu the famous ingredients of Scotland’s larder – seafood, salmon, venison and beef – are well represented and prepared in a more standard, international style. West coast mussels, for example, come with either tomato, chilli and coriander, or white wine, cream and garlic. The Victorian styling concept here dates back only to 2009 and is reminiscent of an airport bar and grill – an effect that’s reinforced by MOR piped music – but the food is reasonable, service is extremely friendly and value for money isn’t bad. It certainly seems to work, as the place is regularly full, particularly for a fairly priced pre-theatre.

  • High point: Decent value lunch and pre-theatre
  • Low point: Ronan Keating on the stereo
  • Private dining: Up to 22 covers
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Ronan Keating
  • Capacity: 132
  • Largest group: 132
  • Open since: 2009
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 10
  • House wine: £15.95 per bottle