Lebowskis was the first dedicated burger joint in Glasgow. It has now expanded to boasts a branch in Southside, allowing more diners to experience this gem.
The burger patties are handmade using high-quality dry-aged beef, which is supplied by sister restaurant Porter & Rye’s butcher, Tom Rodgers. Choose from the likes of The Big Lebowski – a double-stacked steak burger topped with melted Cheddar – and The Pulled Porker, which comprises shredded, slow-cooked pork shoulder flavoured with the house bourbon barbecue sauce. The crab and haddock patty topped with guacamole, streaky bacon and dill mayo will delight seafood fans, while vegetarians are more than catered for with the goat’s cheese, roast mushroom, red pepper and herb-marinated aubergine option. Extra toppings are available for those looking to personalise their burger.
Lunchtime visitors can choose from the excellent-value menu, which features a selection of open sandwiches, soups and salads, and bar specialities such as steak and bone marrow pie. Finish your meal in style with something sweet. The Southside’s chocolate brownie is paired with raspberry sorbet, while the Argyle Street’s custard cream and Nutella profiteroles are pure indulgence.
Uniquely, they offer around 30 varieties of the White Russain cocktail. The names are movie themed, and recent additions to the menu include the Black Russian on Tap and the Frozen White Russians in Edinburgh.