Fantastic place, staff amazing, food out of this world.... cocktails fab, a wee treasure hidden away... decor tea cups, fairy lights, a joy from beginning to end.......
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The concierge at the restaurant was not familiar with Shannon Belles, but we decided to go anyway. We got a cab and the ride was in a bit of grim area, and the entrance at the back of the car park was not very reassuring,...More
Shandon Belles is located in the basement of Two Fat Ladies at The Buttery. If you're looking for a fine a la carte dining experience then head upstairs. You won't be disappointed. Neither will you be disappointed with Shandon Belles. This restaurants unique selling point...More
Only downside was that it was very quiet. The food was great and service very good although we terrified Nichola when we stopped her trying to take the delicious bread away. Black pudding starter and Asparagus risotto are highly recommended.
How is it possible for one of Glasgow's original foodie restaurants to offer a 3-course bistro menu downstairs for 15£?? NO IDEA. But it was outstanding. Plus 15£ bottles of wine. Friendly service and terrific food. Brava to the chef making it happen on her...More
Excellent new menu at the Shandon Belles last night, the warm apple and black pudding starter was delicious,as was the spanish stew and homemade soda bread. Lovely refreshing mocktail. The staff were courteous; efficient; knowledgeable about the menu; and very welcoming. They play a big...More
Shandon Belles has a comfortable and cosy atmosphere, with a traditional feel. The set menu was sufficient - I liked the concept that the chef would rather limit the menu and take the time to prepare it well, instead of spreading themselves too thinly and...More
This was once one of my favourite restaurants in Glasgow. There was nothing wrong with the service or food but left the restaurant thinking I would have been better eating at home. At one time I would leave wondering when I could return. Menu has...More
Everything else is great: friendly staff, nice decor, cosy atmosphere. But the choice on the set menu was simply not interesting. It £15 for 3 courses is good value but I'd rather pay £20 or £25 and get something a bit more special. I had...More