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Good atmosphere

Not been in ages, but as good as ever if you fancy a decent central proper pub & squishing in with... read more

Reviewed December 11, 2016
Nicola S
Dundee, United Kingdom
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Perfect staff Christmas lunch

Booked for 12 colleagues for staff Christmas lunch on a Sunday afternoon and was very impressed. We... read more

Reviewed December 15, 2015
Wishaw, United Kingdom
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81 Hutcheson Street, Glasgow G1 1SH, Scotland
+44 141 572 0400
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Traveled to concert with wife for a day out in Glasgow and overnight stay at the Rab Has, the. Food was excellent rooms were nice, the noise from the centre of Glasgow is noisey.the staff were superb especially Andy who couldn't do enough for us.

Thank Hibmac
Reviewed July 24, 2017 via mobile

My friend and I wanted to complete our trip to Glasgow with a taste of Scotland and we weren't disappointed! The cullen skink was delicious and the haggis, kneeps and tatties was to die for!!! The staff were so lovely and we'll be back next...More

1  Thank Dezzydoo
Reviewed January 20, 2017 via mobile

Love coming here when back home for a pub lunch and almost always take the haggis with a pint. It can get pretty busy as the bag is pretty small - but worth getting in early especially on a Friday when locals will hit the...More

Thank djenk_moscow
Reviewed December 11, 2016 via mobile

Not been in ages, but as good as ever if you fancy a decent central proper pub & squishing in with others at the big tables

Thank Nicola S
Reviewed August 19, 2016

We had visited Rab Ha's previously and enjoyed the atmosphere. During the merchant city festival we dropped in for a drink before going to an event. I ordered a gin and tonic and the tonic was flat. When I complained to the assistant, he advised...More

Thank 8David8
Reviewed December 15, 2015 via mobile

Booked for 12 colleagues for staff Christmas lunch on a Sunday afternoon and was very impressed. We had booked the downstairs restaurant which was very comfortable. The menu looked great and we'd all preordered so the food was all organised. This was quality food and...More

Thank alibroon
Reviewed October 12, 2015

Decided to eat in bar, rather than go downstairs to the restaurant. Chose from the taste of Scotland menu, which, at £18 for 3 courses, is amazing value. Food was really nice. I recommend Cullen Skink, served piping hot, by friendly staff.

Thank Frank M
Reviewed September 30, 2015 via mobile

I booked this restaurant for around 20 colleagues who were visiting Glasgow from all over the UK. I chose this restaurant as I wanted to give our visitors the opportunity to taste some Scottish food. The restaurant very kindly opened for us on a Tuesday...More

Thank Ditsy32
Reviewed September 21, 2015 via mobile

So stayed here for two nights while over at a wedding. Accommodation is basic and sits over a pub. There are four rooms. Continental breakfast and wifi are included as is tea/coffee in the room. The accommodation is a little tired but location is what...More

Thank Glasnevin_tourist
Reviewed April 15, 2015

I love Rab Ha,s. It's totally unpretentious but quality food, drink and ambience, also has the traditional pub with a fire. Get yourself there. Minor bad point- they consider 175ml of wine as large- most pubs consider that small with 250 as large.

Thank MoggyGla
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