Still it was a good opportunity to try the best dishes they had on offer, which were nice, but for a £15-a-head two course lunch, were not outstanding.
Cosy atmosphere.Regular clientele seemed to be ok with food.Friendly staff.Food palatable but bland.Had a better steak at Wetherspoons.Didn't think was value for money. Very good value as well. Food was average which was disappointing.Starters were reasonably good, however potatoes with the black pudding starter were unnecessary. The second last dessert is chocolate and banana with caramelised banana and chocolate crumbs. The Sister's is my go-to restaurant for a special occasion with family and friends; this visit was no exception as it was mine and Kris B. I was looking for a restaurant to take a large group of people in Glasgow for a training event at the University and on a family recommendation decided to go to The Sisters Kelvingrove. The clooty pudding was amazing - light, but with a dark treacle flavor and delicious fruit. A mid week catch up with friend. Attentive friendly service and food so tasty. My Ramsay of Carluke ' s ham ( yes you even get provenance for £12) came with spring cabbage and kale and colcannon mash. Excellent food.My partner and I went there several times, and the quality has been increasing. So last night nearly 40 of us descended for dinner and we all left with nothing but praise for our dining experience. Had lovely meal in Sisters on Friday afternoon, fab food, relaxed atmosphere. Pop in to receive the same warm friendly hospitality at the Kelvingrove Restaurant here on the edge of the West End just before tipping over into the City Centre, the old tenement building with high ceilings in a long room with beautiful tall windows to gaze at the hustle and bustle passing by, a stones through from the Kelvingrove Art gallery, The warmth from the stark black & white room will leave you feeling you have met a new friend sample the excellent Scottish cuisine that Jacqueline is so passionate about. I didn't partake of beveraging on this occassion though I have it on authority that the Rioja was very nice. Excellent food but service was below par. However you cannot fault the preparation and care taken with everything else. We clearly saved the best for last.
Would recommend this restaurant. How is The Sisters Jordanhill restaurant rated? Menus for The Sisters The food was brilliant, as was our professional server Jane. Bravo Sisters. VisitScotland does not have any control over the content or availability of any external website.
with Arran ale, Barwhey's cheddar & leeks, served on toasted ciabatta, with buttered cabbage & spring onion mash, Isle of Mull cheddar & potato cake served with ratatouille & rocket dressing, with honeycomb ice cream & hot butterscotch sauce. But it was pretty plain.
This booking system and any information appearing on this page is provided for your information and convenience only and is not intended to be an endorsement by VisitScotland of the content of such linked websites, the quality of any accommodation listed, or of the services of any third party. The Sisters is some the best Scottish cuisine at an unbeatable price. Great selection on the pre theatre menu, good food, only one of us was disappointed about the main course of ham which was a bit dry . But the food was incredibly mediocre. Now, I'm not a huge fan of haggis, usually because of the texture and the dense flavour of it, but this haggis was small in size and was paired perfectly with the sweetness of the pineapple chutney and fried onion bhaji. So glad I finally got to try here, having tried the Jordanhill venue and not being wowed. Photo by Food Notes Glasgow | First dish of the night! Staff are lovely and didn't hurry us at all. The Sisters Glasgow; The Sisters, Kelvingrove Street, West End; Get Menu, Reviews, Contact, Location, Phone Number, Maps and more for The Sisters Restaurant on Zomato Serves Scottish, British.
Don't miss the opportunity to drink delicious house wine, scotch or prosecco.
We've hit quite a few places along and near Argyle Street and have been very pleased. This place has great chocolate frappe, tea or latte among its drinks. The staff were lovely and we really enjoyed our night.
Both were amazing.
Photo from The Sister's official Facebook page | Interior of the restaurant. The food is absolutely stellar, had the best beef of my life there and possibly the best salmon ever. We finished off our dinner with the a trio of Scottish cheese, apple, Arran chutney and homemade oatcake. Last night, was a booking for 8:15, which was a great time as there was already a buzz about the place. The food was just fine, but not wow. The restaurant is elegant, comfortable but is not very large in size so I recommend making a booking well in advance before you head over. The chef even wrote happy birthday on her plate and she was over the moon about that. Must go place. The set menu provides great value for money. Scottish fayre. We went here for the Sunday deal, less than £20 for 3 courses, which was fantastic value for money!I had the beetroot and goats cheese starter, which I absolutely loved! Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice. Pudding was great. So for the taster menu they offered us 7 dishes with the price of £22.50 per person! !.The food was impeccable. This was the only night we booked a restaurant in Glasgow. Not the most pleasant of car parks. Went to The Sisters on Monday 30 of April for my grans birthday with my mum and sister in law. You'll want to save room for the Puff Candy Sundae--trust me!
We've hit quite a few places along and near Argyle Street and have been very pleased.
Lovely restaurant and excellent choice on menu. Tried to go there on Saturday night however it was fully booked. This booking system and any information appearing on this page relating to the availability of any accommodation is provided by third parties and not by VisitScotland. So The Sisters was a disappointment.
Only minor request would be for a more substantial vegetarian offering. Great experience.
Lovely atmosphere with friendly staff and most importantly delicious food. Prices are affordable for the quality you receive. My two guests were on a world tour,both Australians.I decided two introduce them at The Sisters as I had been a couple of times for birthday meals and was delighted with them.Glad to say they thought my choice of venue was ideal and we all thoroughly enjoyed our lunch.It was the first time both of them had tasted haggis and were quite taken with it.The waitress was very pleasant and knowledgeable.Will return,Annaj. The upscale atmosphere and window table was so much better than another pub.
The Sisters Kelvingrove is rated 4.5 stars by 655 OpenTable diners. She loved her starter of fish cakes with a curried mayonnaise equally my pâté with oatcakes was delicious . Confirming the closure, Jacqueline wrote: "After 21 years in the flourishing restaurant industry in Glasgow - which is no mean feat - I’ve decided to head for early retirement. Very attentive and weren't rushing around mad. Please sign in to record your input. We had a lovely Sunday dinner at The Sisters, fantastic food, good service and great value, we will definitely return !
I wouldn't massively recommend this place.
It had a great variation of choice and I couldn't wait to go. Some of the party had ordered a starter it was a long wait for food.
Will definitely be back. For starter I had scallops and venison chorizo (£5 supplement). There is a quiet atmosphere and divine decor at this restaurant. Photo by Food Notes Glasgow | Deconstructed pie! 4 bowls arrived at our table in a sea of hot butter scotch sauce, sprinkles of honey comb with the meringue sitting proud in the middle with honey comb ice cream on top and to finish more honey comb on that. My boyfriend had the ham and his was dryer than mine, definitely needed sauce.Pudding - now that was as good as the starter, fantastic! You may use this booking system to place direct bookings with third party accommodation providers. This has been maintained as a family orientated, great Scottish food and drink destination throughout Glasgow, whether it is a special family gathering or a quick midweek meal. Whenever we visit Glasgow, this is our 'destination' restaurant. Fantastic food here. In addition to drinks (I had their house white wine which was a Sauvignon Blanc), each person paid about £30 in total which I thought was very worth it. As a result, I was expecting a higher bar of quality.The atmosphere was very nice and the staff were professional and friendly.
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We felt welcome in the restaurant. Another excellent meal.
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The mushroom veloute itself was nothing outstanding but still good.
It was served with flavorless oatcakes.
Recommend the lamb shoulder. We enjoyed lunch yesterday with the price fix menu for two courses.
The cod was perfect and the accompanying chorizo appeared homemade. I was looking for a restaurant to take a large group of people in Glasgow for a training event at the University and on a family recommendation decided to go to The Sisters Kelvingrove. linen table cloths.
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