IF you’d like to avoid all the hassle of feeding the family and visiting relatives this Christmas, then you might like to high tail it back to 1901 Bar & Grill, the leading quality gastro pub in Glasgow’s southside, for a Christmas Day lunch at high noon.
1901’s Christmas Day menu features starters of: soup of the day; chicken liver pate served with oatcakes and a sweet homemade chutney; smoked salmon, horseradish and cress toasts; pork, smoked bacon and mushroom terrine served with crisp salad and Bramley apple dressing and a fan of fresh Ogden melon with smoked ham and kiwi fruit.
Main dishes are: traditional roast turkey with sage and onion stuffing, chipolatas in bacon and cranberry sauce; poached Scottish salmon served in a mussel and fennel broth; supreme of Ayrshire chicken stuffed with haggis served with a creamy whisky sauce; roast silverside of Angus beef with a rich red wine, shallot and tarragon jus; pan fried collops of venison with a red wine, sweet red onion and pink peppercorn sauce and Mediterranean roast vegetable tart served with salad and blue cheese dressing.
Desserts include: sticky toffee pudding with warm homemade butterscotch sauce and ice cream; Christmas pudding and brandy sauce; fresh fruit salad served with a choice of cream or ice cream; Scottish fruit trifle topped with a Drambuie cream and vanilla cheese cake with wild berries and ice cream – concluding with a tea or coffee served with mince pie.
1901’s Christmas Day lunch menu is available for £24.99 per person and tables can be reserved now on 0141 632 0161. 1901’s Christmas Day dinner menu, meanwhile, is available at 3pm and 6pm for £42 per person. 1901 Bar & Grill is located at 1534 Pollokshaws Road in Glasgow’s southside.
For further information contact Patrick Stapleton on tel 0141 632 0161
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Date 15th December 2011.
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