We choose Barolo outside after a busy days work indoors on one of Glasgow"s rare balmy evenings.
Service was slow, they could have sold more drinks had they got them too us quicker, their explanation that the restaurant was very busy is their loss.
This apart the food was excellent and with no such timing issues. We started with the sharing platter of hams and cheeses with foccacia- just 1 complaint being only 2 slices of foccacia between 4 was a bit stingy. The ham , cheese and vegetables were delicious.
We ordered our mains after eating our platter and they came quite quickly again..
Very enjoyable if a little pricey especially the beers! £90 without puds or coffees
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