Monadh Kitchen

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Monadh Kitchen
19 Kirk Road, Bearsden, Glasgow, Bearsden, G61 3SJ
  • Telephone 0141 258 6420
  • Opening times Tue 5–11.30pm; Wed–Sat noon–4pm, 5–11.30pm; Sun 1–5pm. Closed Mon.
  • Food served Tue–Sat noon–2.30pm, 5.30–9.30pm; Sun 1–7pm
  • Pre-theatre times Tue–Thu 5.30–9.30pm; Fri/Sat 5–6.30pm
  • Pre-theatre price £18.95
  • Email
  • Website www.monadhkitchen.co.uk
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Monadh Kitchen

Michelin Bib-winning and impressive neighbourhood bistro serving contemporary Scottish cooking at accessible prices.

Eating & Drinking Guide

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High-end community dining at its best, this modern restaurant on an attractive enclave in Bearsden combines excellent quality local and seasonal ingredients from Scotland’s extensive larder – such as bread coming from Milngavie’s Honeybee Bakery. This sets the scene for one of only two restaurants in Glasgow to win a 2019 Bib Gourmand Michelin award. Chef/proprietor Martin Thliveros assembles everything to order so isn’t sticky about dietary requirements and is willing to make changes no matter how late the notice. The set market menu changes every week and reaches the same high standards of culinary creation for an off-peak price, while a six-course tasting menu every Thursday offers an introduction to their signature dishes. Crispy beef cheek with roast beetroot and horseradish crème-fraîche as a starter looks pretty on the plate and is delicious and satisfying without being filling enough to spoil the appetite for subsequent delights. Sea bream, parsnip and vanilla, with braised greens, in a rich, softly smoky seafood sauce makes for a delicate and enjoyable main course. Charming and cheery staff, coupled with weekly menu changes, keep this must-visit operation fresh every time.

The List's rating
9.4

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Colette Magee visited Monadh Kitchen on 17 January 2019
  • High point: Inventive celebration of Scottish produce
  • Low point: A little far out of town (but worth the trip)
  • Notable dish: Ardnunan Farm rare breed crispy pork
  • Average price: £18.95 (set lunch); £28 (dinner)
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Pre-theatre menu, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Modern and classic pop/soul
  • Capacity: 46
  • Largest group: 30
  • Open since: 2017
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 9
  • House wine: £18.45 per bottle

Reviews & features

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29 May 2019

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Eating & Drinking Guide Awards 2018: Glasgow winners

17 Apr 2018

The List proudly presents the Glasgow recipients of the 2018 Eating & Drinking Guide Awards

The List's annual Eating & Drinking Guide has announced the winners of its reformatted Eating & Drinking Awards for 2018. To mark the guide's 25th anniversary edition, the new style for the Eating & Drinking Awards provides a single, exclusive list…

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