Food and drink
Seafood and eat it. All Scottish, freshly prepared and delightful.
Starters include seafood chowder in a small or large bowl., Fish cakes or Crab salad.
Kilo of half kilo pots of mussels served with a choice of 7 sauces such as white wine, garlic, shallots & cream or Morrocan chillies, garlic, ginger, coriander & cumin. They do kiddie pots too.
Oysters chilled or grilled by the 6 or 12.
Shellfish pasta, king scallops seared, skewered or char grilled.
Side dishes offer 3 salads green, feta or caesar.
Seafood chowder whether its part of the lunch deal or not you have to try. Creamy, smoky, flavoursome with chunks of fresh fish it is a rib sticker and a meal in itself.
Mussels are their stock in trade and are grown on ropes in the west coast of Scotland and the Shetland Isles
Light wooden tables and chairs, wooden floor, mirrors, light walls, big windows to Rose Street. Always busy and buzzing. Good atmosphere no frills but fun.
Used to being busy the staff are efficient and unflappable.
Rose Street runs between Princes Street and George Street, is easy to walk to from anywhere in the centre of the city.
Lunchtime quickies - great at deal £7.50 available Monday to Saturday: 12 noon - 3pm
Sunday: 12.30pm - 5pm . A 2 course special such as seafood chowder or a pot of mussels with a sauce of your choice with chips or salad and a glass of wine, beer of a soft drink. Served with fresh French bread.
Caesar salad £3.80
Fish cakes £4.95
Half a dozen oysters from £7.50
A kilo pot of mussels from £9.60 kiddie pot from £4.40
Grilled seabass rocket, feta, new potato, roasted red peper salad. £12.10
£1.80 for a cappuccino in this part of town is cheap!
There is another branch in Glasgow at 157 Hope Street, G2 2UQ 0141 572 1405
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- People watching
- No fuss