Gather by Zique


This restaurant has ceased trading.

Gather by Zique
70-72 Hyndland Street, Glasgow, G11 5PT
  • Telephone 0141 339 2000
  • Opening times Wed/Thu 5–10pm; Fri/Sat noon–3pm, 5–10pm; Sun noon–4pm. Closed Mon/Tue.
  • Bar open Wed–Sat noon-midnight; Sun noon–6pm. Closed Mon/Tue.
  • Food served Wed–Sat noon–3pm, 5pm–10pm; Sun noon–4pm. Closed Mon/Tue.
  • Pre-theatre times Wed––Sat 5–6.30pm
  • Pre-theatre price £17
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The sophisticated young fine-dining sibling of the Zique family brings a focus on modern European dishes with quality Scottish ingredients.

Eating & Drinking Guide

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Spanning Cafezique and Bakery By Zique, and even Monachyle Mhor and its affiliates if you count her husband Dick Lewis’s side of the business, Mhairi Taylor’s Zique brand has long been a stamp of quality. Opened in 2018 in the premises which previously housed Delizique, Gather brings something to the stable which has arguably been missing – an urban fine-dining experience. Behind huge floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking red sandstone tenements, the vibe is sophisticated, laid-back, almost Scandi-cool – pale whites and greys contrasted by noisy pops of colour in the furnishings and lighting. Comprising European-inspired dishes made with the best of Scottish seasonal produce, much of it from their Trossachs estate, every dish on the menu can be served either as a large or small plate, giving you flex to do sharers or designated plates. Bloody-red beetroot risotto laced with smoked mozzarella is exceptional. Tender venison meatballs with black kale and walnut salsa served in a porridge of polenta is abundant in flavours. A sumptuous apple and calvados toffee tart for two with ice-cream completes a meal that barely misses a beat.

The List's rating






Malcolm Jack visited Gather by Zique on 6 March 2019
  • High point: Small plates / large plates versatility
  • Low point: Some garishly over-loud touches in the interior design
  • Notable dish: Beetroot risotto, smoked mozzarella
  • Average price: £17 (set lunch); £22 (dinner)
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Free wi-fi
  • Capacity: 50
  • Largest group: 50
  • Open since: 2018
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 15
  • House wine: £22 per bottle
  • BYOB: £10 still / £15 sparkling corkage

Reviews & features

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Eating & Drinking Guide Awards 2019: Glasgow winners

16 Apr 2019

The List's annual food and drink award winners in Glasgow include Locavore, Five March and the team behind Cafezique

The List's annual Eating & Drinking Guide has announced the winners of its Eating & Drinking Awards for 2019. With the publication of the guide's 26th annual edition, ten venues across Edinburgh and Glasgow have been highlighted by the reviewers…