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Restaurants are awarded from 1 to 5 Rosettes for culinary excellence. One Rosette restaurants are highly recommended in a local area and five Rosettes have reached the pinnacle of culinary excellence at a world class level.

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Hebridean-influenced cooking at a family-run venue

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At a glance

Private dining
Wines by the glass
Wheelchair access

A venue named after the famously greedy seabird surely has the diner's interest at heart, but the Reid family enterprise has more of a backstory than that. Conceived after a journey of gastronomic exploration undertaken in the summer of 2012 to the Hebridean coastlines of western Scotland, The Gannet makes a conscientious attempt to bring some of the bracing air of the wild islands to Finnieston. The culinary results are resonant and striking, and the presentations as modern as can be. That's seen to perfection in an opening course of poached and scorched leeks with burnt leek purée, salt-baked celeriac and pearl barley in hazelnut dressing, its assertive flavours and contrasting textures making a bold intro to mains such as sea bass with Barra cockles, purple sprouting broccoli, salsify, monk's beard and parsley root, or a regally presented serving of red deer with sweet-sour beetroot purée and whole heritage beets in a richly gamey jus. Glasgow food hero George Mewes supplies the thoroughbred farmhouse cheeses, if you're not intending to head in the direction of a dessert such as milk chocolate feuilletine with malted barley ice cream, or the tastebud-challenging parsnip mousse with candied parsnip, white chocolate and cloveroot ice cream.

Opening hours

  • Closed: 25–26 December, 1–2 January
  • Days closed: Monday
  • Closed for lunch: Tuesday and Wednesday
  • Lunch served from: 12
  • Lunch served until: 2.30
  • Dinner served from: 5
  • Dinner served until: 9.45

Chef

  • Chef: Peter McKenna, Ivan Stein

Food and drink

  • Cuisine style: Modern Scottish
  • Vegetarian dishes available
  • Wines under £30: 14
  • Wines over £30: 33
  • Wines by the glass: 9

Price guide

  • Starter from 7
  • Main course from16
  • Dessert from6
  • 2-course dinner from19.50
  • 3-course dinner from23.50
  • Service charge
  • Credit cards accepted

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Accessible toilets
  • Assist dogs welcome

Facilities

  • Seats: 45
  • Private dining available
  • Private dining seats: 14
  • Off-site parking available: On street

Additional information

  • Seats: 45
  • Private dining available
  • Private dining seats: 14

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