Belgium and Glasgow have been having an elicit affair for years, finally Six°North has blown their cover with it's fine beer and rustic Flemish fare.
Once a dystopian Unthank, now a fashionable locale, the Thornwood area past Partick railway station is awash with shiny new bars and restaurants all vying for your attention. six°north is the jewel in the crown that was in past times a desolate area of Dumbarton Road. Everyone wants to know the next ‘hip’ place – well here it is. All metal and exposed brick, you’ll think you’ve taken the red pill by mistake, and after a few of Belgium’s finest beers, you’ll even feel like it too. There are loads, from six°north’s own Hopocrisy to Belgian classics such as Dupont’s Saison. The menu offers a rustic selection of starter dishes such as the fresh prawn and crab salad or ham and endive gratin. The main event is essential here with the rich Flemish carbonade a standout and if you fancy some afters, there's a gloriously sweet Begian chocolate brownie.
- High point: A furious beer selection
- Low point: Choices and prices are confusing
- Notable dish: Carbonade
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Low-fi indie
- Capacity: 80
- Largest group: 30
- Open since: 2016
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
- House wine: £16.45 per bottle