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First time I’ve eaten at this place and it was very delicious. I ordered their grilled chicken club that was excellent and had a side salad. The staff is very friendly and the food is reasonably priced.
Came here with colleagues from alocal business. I had the fish and chips and colleagues had other meals, all were excellent in both quality and quality. Service was excellent and friendly and overall a very good experience.well worth a visit if you are in the...More
The atmosphere was warm and inviting. The service was pleasant and efficient. If you're looking for a small, quiet, place to enjoy a nice dinner, you won't go wrong here. The menu was short, but creative. Good fish & chips, of course (though it could...More
We stopped in to dine while celebrating Rabbie Burns' day.
The restaurant had actually had a Burns' Night dinner the previous evening, though we were unaware of it. Nonetheless, we enjoyed our meal, though the only haggis offering was haggis fritters as an appetizer (they...More
Thanks to the Scottish Arms staff for another wonderful brunch this morning. I had the Full Scottish breakfast with a banger, beans, ham, mushrooms, tomatos, eggs, blood pudding, and toast. My wife also loved her salmon omelette. We topped it all off with homemade marmalade...More
We were looking for a place for drinks and dinner after the Fox Theater. We stumbled across the Scottish Arms while waiting for our third choice (first two were closed Sundays) to open. We went in for just drinks, but after enjoying the atmosphere/drinks and...More
This place is fantastic! I was impressed by the attentive, but not intrusive, service. I was also impressed by the great menu, with excellent Scottish dishes and desserts. The Scotch list of single malts takes time to study, but you cannot go wrong. This is...More
Scotch eggs, bangers & mash, fish & chips and shepherds pie are some of the dishes that make this restaurant deservedly popular with British ex-pats. But boar stew, duck and cioppino also make a visit worthwhile for other nationalities, too.
The service is prompt and...More
Dropped in here tonight on our first night in St Louis, we weren't quite sure what to expect but our expectations were exceeded. Great irish/scottish beer and fantastic whisky. We also had a meal and fully enjoyed it - we shared the pub plate of...More
Went here for the first time, the food and drinks were absolutely amazing. The black pudding was probably the best that I have had anywhere in the world. WOW, was it good!! Cannot wait to go back and try more! Oh yeah, get the Scottish...More