A steakhouse and member of the Scotch Beef Club, serving well-aged Speyside beef most ways, plus a lively drinks menu.
Stepping through the thick, luxurious curtain surrounding the entrance of Tiffney’s, you find yourself in a smart dining room with classic details – leather chairs, tealight lanterns and black and white photographs. Friendly staff in smart black aprons present a board of the restaurant’s raison d’être: meat from the North of Scotland. The board includes some monstrous, signature bone-in hunks, as well as daintier lamb T-bones, which can be enjoyed as a starter or a main. If treating yourself to a slap-up meal here, try a starter like the pan-seared scallops with pork belly, which has broth poured over it at the table for added theatre. The meaty crunch of pork contrasting against the soft, satiny scallops is wonderful. A sirloin steak comes with enormous hand-cut chips stacked on top of one another like Jenga blocks. The meat has a smoky chargrilled flavour and is juicy, rich and delicious. Traditional style desserts include poached pear or clootie dumpling, though you might be lucky enough to also receive a petit four with the bill, such as chocolate with sweet, luscious caramel inside, like a handmade luxury Rolo.
Tiffney’s Steakhouse is Glasgow’s home of dry aged beef. Delivering intense flavour from our own purpose built temperature controlled room for a minimum of 70 days.
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- Provides: Wheelchair access
- Music on stereo: Softly played soul
- Capacity: 32
- Largest group: 32
- Open since: 2015
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 11
- House wine: £18 per bottle
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