Food and drink
A fine selection of wild game, seafood, vegetarian dishes and old classics ensures that Urban has something for all tastes and palates. It’s even perfect for one of my friends who is so culinary inept he once thought a sweet potato was covered in chocolate.
Opt for a trilogy of inspired delights including the French onion soup with cider & Gruyère, marinated pork chop, black pudding mash and mustard gravy and lemon posset with rosemary shortbread. Cooking doesn’t get any better than this!
The waiters are adept at pairing dishes with regional French wines giving it the air of a classic Francophile brasserie.
Awarded two AA Rosettes within months of opening, Urban is not likely to disappoint anytime soon.
Wedged between George Square and Buchanan Street in the city centre, it has a discreet entrance set back from the main road.
Available daily from 4.30pm to 6.15pm, Urban’s pre-theatre menu is great value at £16.95 for two courses or £19.95 for three courses, including a glass of house wine.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- People watching