OUR GOAL is to SERVE FOOD
that NUTRITIONS, FUELS and REVIVES.
Guy's Restaurant and Bar is located in the heart of the Merchant City.
After more than twenty years feeding the cream of the film industry's A list with his Location Catering business, Reel Food, Guy decided that living out of a suitcase was best left to younger chefs and headed home to Glasgow to set up this unique venue.
sashimi, mince & tatties, steak tartare
or a variety of homemade ravioli
at one table.
The desserts are all made on the premises including the fabulous ice creams, (passion fruit and olive oil are amongst the favourites), Wonderfully cozy, romantic, perfectly lit, and just a great overall ambiance. An all round fantastic, delightful experience!and with a fine selection of artisan cheese with oatcakes from Pittenweem bring your meal to a perfect end.
The exceptionally eclectic menu reflects Guy's personal dining preferences and mirror his passion for cooking. The finest ingredients sourced from many independent producers mixed with simplicity in preparation and sprinkled with a big pinch of Guy's individual flair result in food that just begs to be eaten.Our Aberdeen Angus Beef and Scotch Lamb come from assured suppliers underlining our commitment to our membership of The Scotch Beef Club.
THE BEST LOCAL PRODUCE
The grass fed veal is reared on Sunnyside Farm in Sanquhar and tastes wonderful. Our fish and shellfish, supplied by MacCallum's of Troon, come from the sparkling waters that lick our Scottish coastline.
LIVE MUSIC AT GUY'S
Live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings with piano most Sunday afternoons.
Frances Thorburn plays alongside accomplished pianist David Farrell regularly at Guy's
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US...
"It’s one of those rare places that defies conventional wisdom to altogether jolly effect".
"It’s the kind of place people dress up for, primed and primped and ready to have a good time. The bonhomie is infectious, and I find myself even warming to the idiosyncrasies of the decor: there’s nothing wrong with the odd mad auntie. I confess a new-found fondness for the place myself". Read more here
"As soon as we stepped inside from the cold and rain, we were transported into another world. The restaurant was full and cosy, with a live pianist and singer. The atmosphere, and the quirky eclectic decor, made it feel like a cross between fine Parisian dining and a bustling New York establishment". Read More
"On our last visit we enjoyed the starter of Galloway cheddar macaroni cheese with garlic bread and an excellent monkfish and scallop risotto.On our last visit we enjoyed the starter of Galloway cheddar macaroni cheese with garlic bread and an excellent monkfish and scallop risotto". Read More