Trading house bar and grill glasgow


Alcohol can be substituted for a soft drink. Table required back after 1. Children are permitted in the restaurant.

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That is probably as clear as mud, but the best description possible for me. This interested my palate — it was like treacle toffee flavoured beer. Very rich and creamy — a good dessert beer!

I actually enjoyed this — I have no sarcastic or strange comparisons to make. It was genuinely lovely! We then moved to the main bar where the live music is played nightly — what a lovely atmosphere.

We took our seats for a cocktail session. We had the history of the company explained in relation to their drinks menu, which was really interesting. The company theme is based on exporting to India so the western and classic drinks are twisted with Indian spices and twists. The cocktails, Champagne and wine are served alongside a wide range of craft beers, ales and ciders.

And after that we were given the chance to pick one and make it ourselves behind the bar. We were then left to sip away and enjoy the rest of our evening!

I loved these little books about the beers they had on the table. This was nice and light and fresh. If I had to drink a normal-ish beer, this would be my choice! Given my hatred of beer, that means I kinda like it. That is probably as clear as mud, but the best description possible for me. This interested my palate — it was like treacle toffee flavoured beer. Very rich and creamy — a good dessert beer! I actually enjoyed this — I have no sarcastic or strange comparisons to make. It was genuinely lovely!

We then moved to the main bar where the live music is played nightly — what a lovely atmosphere. We took our seats for a cocktail session.

We had the history of the company explained in relation to their drinks menu, which was really interesting. The company theme is based on exporting to India so the western and classic drinks are twisted with Indian spices and twists.

The cocktails, Champagne and wine are served alongside a wide range of craft beers, ales and ciders.