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Pie,play,pint

Do like the pie,play and a pint events at Oran mor but the way the seats are arranged is far too... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Maryj734
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
Great wedding venue

I attended a wedding at the Òran Mór and it was an excellent venue for a function. The day went... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Oran mor put on the most fantastic day for our daughter sam and her wife sophies wedding
The setting of the hillhead room was stunning
The meals were superb quality and displayed beautifully
The table settings and decor of tables were fantastic
All staff especially pauline who organised the whole event were 5 stars and highly recommend oran mor for your special events
Bravo guys
Thanks for giving us the perfect day
Catherine & allan gilchrist from glasgow

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The food was lovely, there is no doubt about that and it was reasonably priced for the west end. They had made a mistake in the order but they rectified this.

It’s also good to be in a bar where you get served without an issue, lots of bar staff no matter how busy it got!

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Snowman181
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My wife had already enjoyed being a customer previously and , knowing my usual nervousness , was totally confident that I would really savour this special place. The welcome was genuine and the environment fascinating with antiquarian intimacy and theatrical excitement. The food was presented beautifully and tasted exactly as you would wish . We returned the next day thinking it may not be as good but it was even better.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Andrew P
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Great location and nice inside. Had set menu for Sunday lunch. We knew the waitress wasn’t really listening and when food eventually came the order was wrong. A different waitress apologised profusely and got it changed. Starters were soup (not that great) and a pigeon/beetroot salad in which the beetroot amounted to a pink smudge across the plate and one strand of beetroot. Main courses were roast beef and salmon, both of which were very good. Both dishes however were ruined by a huge pile of totally undercooked and impossible to swallow sugar snap peas! Dessert of sticky toffee pudding was a dry, crispy and overheated block of sponge although the sauce and ice cream were good. Service was slow and although one of the waitresses was very pleasant she did set the cutlery down holding it by the end you eat with - not great practice in a restaurant. Overall very disappointing I’m afraid.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank ljc707
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Reviewed September 6, 2019

we went for the Wednseday event of 'a Play, a Pie & a Pint', 'From Paisley to Paolo'. A total sell out, at lunch time ON Wednesday, with the audience munching into a guid Scots mince pie. The 3 lads in the play did exceptionally well, the audience loved the theme of the play. Up stairs in the bar, you will find it hard to find a wider variety of Scotch whiskies in a gantry. The place has become a credit to Glasgow and from the make up of some of the audience, it is definitely on the 'tourist trail' of the West End.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank malxmclean
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