Baby Grand Bar & Grill
3, Elmbank Gardens Charing Cross, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G2 4NQ
- Tel: 0141 248 4942
Baby Grand serve a variety of international dishes at their licensed restaurant. Catering for vegetarians is also available.
Services and products
- Air Conditioning
- Vegetarian Dishes
Provided by The Local Data Company
11/02/2012 by Fiscalli
I had been recommended this restaurant by friends but the area looked a bit old modern. What a great surprise to find a place with such a pleasant, relaxed ambiance, friendly and helpful staff and best of all really tasty food served promptly. Excellent wine list at reasonable price for a restaurant. Will certainly come back especially for my pre theatres.Report this
09/06/2008 by Helios
For me personally Baby Grand on Elmbank is one of the best resturants in Glasgow. First thing: don't let the surroundings put you off - concrete and a strip club (unless that's your thing!). Inside it's not cramped but intimate with a sort of Manhattan feel to it, lit with candle. There is an open kitchen and of course the tinkling of piano music. Food is excellent. My personal favourites are the oak smoaked salmon and tolouse sausages. It's not cheap but not over the top expensive - in essense you get your monies worth and then some. Wine list is fair and to the point. You wont find a £3.99 bottle here! But when you have such tasty food why spoil it with cheap dish water? Service is fairly swift, even when busy though trying to pay the bill can take longer than expected, especially when they're so efficient at the start. One bad point - it can get a little warm, especially in the summer, so I wouldn't recommend heavy clothing! All in all a brilliant little gem of a resturant.Report this
06/03/2007 by Layclerk
As the name may suggest, there's a baby grand piano in this small bar near Charing Cross in Glasgow. A friend of mine used to play it on a Sunday afternoon in the true tradition of cocktail bar pianists. Bloody good he is at it too! Incongruously sited in a concrete square between a tower block housing a cheap hostel/hotel, a subterranean railway station, and some God-awful 1970's office blocks, I haven't been in for a while but it certainly used to do good Sunday lunches and bar snacks. And you could sit outside and look at the concrete. Oops, I've just realised I inadvertently posted a copyrighted photo of this place, and I've now discovered I can't delete it. Sorry! Must try harder to pay attention!Report this
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