City Merchant

City Merchant


0.5 miles
97-99 Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1NP
One of the most accomplished seafood restaurants in Glasgow, City Merchant serves up some of the best fresh local produce in the area. Whether you're taking advantage of the private dining and events catering facilities, or simply visiting for a leisurely lunch (£12.50 for two courses) or an intimate pre-theatre meal (£14.50 for two courses), you'll receive the same top-notch service and cuisine.

A pleasing sense of informality and genuine hospitality are two aspects you can count on when dining here. Combine this with quality ingredients and the expertise of the kitchen team, and you're in for one truly enjoyable evening. Perhaps begin with traditional Cullen Skink, a creamy yet robust soup infused with the deep, rich flavour of smoked fish. Tempting seared scallops, langoustine, and haggis with 'champit tatties' also feature on the menu.

Meat-lovers will be gastronomically gratified by the likes of succulent fillet of Scotch beef and pan-seared loin of venison with chocolate jus. Those who can't get enough of City Merchant's stunning seafood, meanwhile, should try the ginger-infused Atlantic monkfish with chorizo and mussel broth, whole Scottish lobster, fillet of Shetland salmon with hollandaise, or the divine Scottish seafood platter, served on ice. After enjoying such beautifully made fare, you'll be planning your next visit by the time your Scottish cheeseboard arrives.
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