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325 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 3PT
  • Telephone 0141 353 1500
  • Opening times Mon–Fri noon–midnight; Sat/Sun 10am–midnight
  • Bar open Mon–Sun noon–11.45pm
  • Food served Mon–Fri noon–9.45pm; Sat–Sun 10am–9.45pm
  • Pre-theatre times 4–6.30pm
  • Pre-theatre price £15.95
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Bar and restaurant taking the name, inspiration and a fair amount of produce from the west coast peninsula for its Scottish dishes and drinks.

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The modus operandi of Ardnamurchan is to use the area as the conceptual basis of their restaurant’s identity. The peninsula offers a plentiful supply of local, fresh produce from land to sea, something that the restaurant promotes in a persuasive section on its website. If its online profile reads well, so does Ardnamurchan’s menu with the sourcing amplified at every possible opportunity. On the plate, it is delivered at a fairly high level: Isle of Mull scallops, while spending a little too long on a not-hot-enough pan, work well with a cauliflower purée and crumbled Stornoway black pudding. For mains, braised wild venison stew is an undoubted star, with the meat forgivingly tender and coated in a deep red wine sauce sweetened with redcurrant. On a wide-ranging and impressive pre-theatre menu, there is a superb cheese board that wouldn’t look out of place in some top-end restaurants. This is a well-kitted restaurant, straddling a nice line of rustic chic with its exposed brickwork and green leather banquettes, and while the tartan is prominent with whisky barrels and flashes of Harris tweed, it isn’t twee.

The List's rating






Rory McGinley visited Ardnamurchan on 24 February 2019
  • High point: Can't argue with pre-theatre price
  • Low point: Halibut with risotto bland and over-cooked
  • Notable dish: Wild venison stew
  • Average price: £10.95 (set lunch); £24 (dinner)
  • Private dining: Up to 12 covers
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Pop
  • Capacity: 100
  • Largest group: 60
  • Open since: 2017
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 13
  • House wine: £18 per bottle

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