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The menu here boasts quality Scottish fare with a distinctive 'home-cooked' touch, such as chef Jack's soup, which always comes with an extra-thick slice of warm bread. The deep-fried haddock is bought fresh from a reputable fishmonger just across the water and served with chunky hand-cut chips, mushy peas and a generous wedge of lemon. It is delicious and very filling, so just make sure you arrive with an appetite. In addition to the excellent food, The Ferry's location is an experience in itself. From the top deck, diners can enjoy unique views of this particular stretch of the river, which reads like a living tapestry of Glasgow's modern history. Waiting staff are also a great source of local knowledge, and they're sure to charm diners with some legendary Glasgow banter.
With a cosy and welcoming atmosphere, The Ferry is an ideal choice for family outings, corporate events, or simply whiling away a few hours with friends over a particularly hearty meal. And, if you can manage dessert, the Don Pedro ice cream and liqueur mix is quite simply outstanding.