We visit this place at least a couple of times every month already for 10 years I guess. Food is always good, waiters are all polite. Very calm atmosphere. We like everything but We wish they have more options for beer.
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Dinned at the Glen pub in December last year. Western menu with good variety of choices. Really nice atmosphere. Could have been in an old pub anywhere in the UK.
We went there on a quiet wednesday evening. Good choice of beers, we had some "hairy" cheese, quiet pleasant with the beer. The food was good, not high cuisine, but exactly what you would expect from a good pub.
Ok this place has an atmosphere you will like, or not. The food and service is both excellent! It's a dark pub with simple benches and tables and darkly lit. So good for friends and drinking beer, maybe skip it for dates!
Stopped here for dinner last night. Friendly waiter, plenty to choose from on the menu. Fish and chips were good. Ribs were more like lamb chops but tasty! Good fresh food. Reasonably priced. Takes a while for the food to arrive but it was cooked...More
Rather surprised to enter a Scottish themed pub complete with staff in kilts and whisky adverts on every wall. Warm welcome although we had no language in common. Menu is in English with a vast range of choice including haggis. Servings are adequate.
Waiters wear funny scotish gear but that's all, fake scotish! No english speaking.. beer not bad, but food wasn't good. My burguer was crazy overcooked! My coworkers salmon priceless.. Some plates arrived with 10 minutes diference.. Service is not profesional enough! Waitress took one extra...More
It was my second time tonight at Glen pub. Have to say that what comes to food it is the best pub -style pub in town - compared to Shakespeare and Dublin. Large portions of all kind of salads and good meet! Smoking is problem;...More