A 600-year-old pub with crackling fires, The Curler's Rest in Glasgow's West End has stripped wooden floors and local artwork hanging on its walls, giving it a great blend of old and new. A packed menu and selection of international craft beers make it wonderfully versatile, with big German oak tables perfect for large groups to settle in together.
The Curler's Rest menu showcases the best in traditional pub dining, with inventive tweaks from around the world thrown in. The burger selection includes one topped with the finest smoked USDA brisket, while fresh seafood flavours include the homemade Devon crab cakes served with a coconut yoghurt dressing. There is mint-glazed British lamb rump with red wine jus, and vegetarian delicacies like Spitfire Ale shallot tart with heritage potatoes and baby kale.
No less than 19 speciality beers are served at The Curler's Rest Glasgow, including fine cask ales. Cherry-picked wines and artisan spirits are also served at the bar, and for dessert there are indulgent treats like salted caramel profiteroles.
Also serving a popular Sunday roast, The Curler's Rest is conveniently close by to attractions like the Botanic Gardens, while Partick Rail Station is only 6 minutes' drive away.