GUESTS at One Ten Bar and Grill, located on Glasgow’s Bath Street, are enjoying a whole new experience in both style and taste at their favourite city centre restaurant.
As well as a new team, headed by accomplished food and beverage manager, James Anderson, whose calibre is reflected in his previous postings with Grand Central Hotel and Cameron House, the chic eaterie has undergone a stunning transformation to offer a more contemporary look and feel.
The combination of classic yet contemporary furniture, upholstered in voluptuous velvets of muted earthy tones provide warmth throughout the restaurant and lounge areas, with complementary wall finishes and lighting completing the look.
This new look presents the perfect backdrop from which guests can enjoy a la carte and casual dining menus filled with a wide range of dishes, many classic with a contemporary twist and highlighting the restaurant’s proud Scottish heritage.
Starters now include a Wee Taste of Scotland of Haggis Fritter, Mini Scotch Pie & Smoked Salmon with Arran mustard (£5.95) and Cornett of Smoked Salmon filled with Arbroath Smokey mousse, with Salad and Brown bread (£5.95). Main courses on offer include Lathallan Haggis, Neeps and Tatties with Whisky Cream sauce, of which a vegetarian alternative also available (£12.50), as well as Venison Sausage, Creamy Mashed Potatoes served with a Caramalised Onion Jus (£13.95). From the Grill selection, there’s a classic Minted Lamb Burger served in a seeded bun with Rocket Salad, sliced Tomato Red Onion chutney(£11.50) whilst Steak Frites – 7oz Sirloin Steak with a Garlic Butter and French Fries(£17.50) pays homage to the Auld Alliance.
The dessert offerings underline the Scottish influences on the menu, with selections including Drambuie Parfait with Raspberry Compote (£5.25) and Deep Fried Mars Bar with Toffee Sauce and Raspberry Sorbet £5.25, understood to be a first in city centre restaurant dining.
For more casual dining, One Ten’s warm and inviting lounge bar offers a range of lighter bites including the brand new ‘One Ten Sweet and Savoury Tapas’ trays from which Mini Potato filled with Crème Fraiche, Mini Scotch Pie, Tempura Haggis Balls, Black Pudding Fritter, Tattie Scone , Smoked Salmon , Mini Soup Cup , Risotto Balls, Cranachan Fingers , Deep Fried Mars Bar, Tablet, Whisky Truffles, Highland Toffee and Home-made Shortbread may be selected.
An innovative and unrivalled array of wines, hampagnes as well as one of the most extensive ocktails menus, each inspired by the city and devised by James and his team, complete the make-over of new tastes available in One Ten.
Karen Burke, general manager of One Ten Bar and Grill and its sister hotel, the super stylish boutique Marks, notes: “Whilst One Ten Bar and Grill has firmly established itself as a favourite with guests and Glaswegians alike, to have a food and beverage manager of James’ calibre with his talented team on board takes us to the next level.
“This is further complemented not only by our stunning new look but also the wide ranging wining and dining options, which I believe, positions One Ten amongst the very best the city has to offer.”
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