An American haven by Kelvingrove Park, Tribeca serves up hearty dishes that wouldn’t be out of place in downtown New York.
This review is taken from the current (2016) edition.
The Park Road branch of the American-themed Tribeca group is arguably the slickest, it's warm interior a welcoming beacon to those who emerge from Kelvingrove Park at the foot of Gibson Street. Like all of the units in the group, brunch is served until 5pm, but this particular restaurant's true strength lies in the quality of its evening meals. A small selection of starters includes nachos (served with chicken or beef), a delicate goat’s cheese salad or a ‘mini Reuben’ – the chef’s take on the classic NYC pastrami and pickle sandwich. To follow, the emphasis of the menu lies squarely on meaty treats. Burgers make up the bulk of the offering, customers can choose from a selection of speciality buns or build their own from various components and toppings. The Harlem is a particular hit, a succulent combination of steak patty, chorizo, manchego cheese and a drizzle of chimichurri sauce. With an impressive American beer selection to accompany your meal, the team at Tribeca have most certainly succeeded in bringing a slice of the Big Apple to the West End.
- High point: Endless burger options
- Low point: Veggie options exist, but this is meatsville
- Notable dish: Harlem burger
- Provides: Halal options, Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: pop/chart/rock
- Capacity: 60
- Largest group: 60
- Open since: October 2014
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 12
- House wine: £14.95 per bottle