115 Argyle Street, GLASGOW, G3 8TB
The Gannet has dived straight into the Glasgow dining scene. There's something about the urban-rustic vibe that fits right in with the city's West End, and the place has quite the buzz about it. The cool, easy-going attitude fits the bill and the food manages the nifty trick of being both rustic and refined at the same time. With its lively bar to the front, exposed brick walls, darkwood tables and fashionably minimalist light fittings, the Gannet is packing them in. There's passion in the provenance here, too, and a real Scottish flavour. Stornoway black pudding stars in a first course in Scotch egg form, served with a sauce gribiche, or go for the house cold-smoked salmon with crab and fennel salad. It is good, simple stuff, cooked with care and attention. Slow-cooked pork comes in a main course with champ and apple purée, while, for dessert, pannacotta is served with poached rhubarb and a crumble topping.
Tel: 0141 204 2081
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Days closed: Mon
Dates closed: 25-26 Dec, 1st wk Jan, 1wk Jul
Sunday lunch available.
Cooking type: Modern Scottish
Chef: Peter McKenna, Ivan Stein
Number of seats: 45
Accessible for wheelchairs.
A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: £14.00
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