Food and drink
Fresh off an Oban fishing trawler, the menu is heavily seasoned with local fish and seafood. The lemon sole grilled or meuniere will set you back £24 and a local lobster (thermidor or grilled with Béarnaise sauce) is £36 – but don’t gulp at the price or you may get a halibut fish bone stuck in your throat.
It may be a little expensive, but for special occasions (or on my annual payday) I’d go straight for the chilled fruits de mer, a gigantic serving of cold mussels, langoustines, oysters, prawns, smoked salmon, halibut and dressed crab that could keep the Greek God Neptune stuck in Glasgow for months.
Imagine a cross between a 1930s jazz lounge in Chicago and the ballroom of the Titanic (before it sank) and I think the Rogano hits the spot (not an iceberg, you understand) with five stars.
Tucked between the shopping mile Buchanan Street and Royal Exchange Square.
As mentioned above - it's expensive.
- Special occasions
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