The Corinthian Club

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The Corinthian Club
The Corinthian Club
191 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1DA
  • Telephone 0141 552 1101
  • Opening times 10–3am.
  • Bar open Sun–Thu 10am-2am; Fri/Sat 10am-3am
  • Food served Sun–Thu noon–10pm; Fri/Sat noon–10.30pm.
  • Pre-theatre times Sun–Fri noon–8pm
  • Average price £13.95 (exc Sat); £20 (evening meal)
  • Pre-theatre price £13.95
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Beautifully restored building with breathtaking domed ceiling serving an eclectic mix of upmarket Scottish staples and exotic world food.

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The jewel in the G1 Group’s crown, the Corinthian Club has been polished up until it sparkles since being rescued from disuse in 1999. Housed in a truly spectacular 19th-century former bank and courthouse, the complex is home to a warren of bars and function rooms, a casino and – in the main room beneath a stunning domed ceiling and mesmerisingly detailed ornate cornicing – Teller’s Brasserie. Booths and banquettes hollow out little pockets of intimacy in the vastness of the room (so vast it has two bars). The food here – a mixture of typical upscale Scottish cuisine, particularly fish, with a few cosmopolitan flourishes – is several notches above G1’s usual offerings. Cullen skink is a simple classic well done – creamy and packed with flavour. Chargrilled salmon steak smartly served on a large slate flakes pleasingly, offset enjoyably, if a little inelegantly, with crispy hand-cut chips. Strawberry and chantilly cream mille-feuille with strawberry sorbet and crème Anglaise piles on the sweetness. It’s worth a visit to the Corinthian Club brasserie just for the setting alone, but the food merits it too.

  • High point: You could sit and gaze at that ceiling all day long
  • Low point: Over-sweet cocktails should come with a toothbrush
  • Average price: £13.95 (exc Sat); £20 (dinner)
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  • Private dining: 12–200, various rooms
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Pop
  • Live entertainment: DJs Fri-Sat, live singer-songwriter Sunday afternoons
  • Capacity: 150
  • Largest group: 150
  • Open since: 2010
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 16
  • House wine: £18.50 per bottle