So, it's a bit of a crap day weather wise and I decide to go Sleazy's for a pint and a burger.
I'd been in here loads before but never had food. I remember the days of the sleazy burger which never appealed to me but these 'Meathammer' things look great.
I decided on the Murderous Hog and a pint of Black Isle Organic.
The beer seems to be the most expensive on tap at 4.25 a pint but it's so tasty, you really have to try it. All in I spent about £13.50 which if you consider the alternatives around like wetherspoons or some hell-hole like that, is quite good.
The burger came and it's immense. The burger alone is huge but the pulled pork and everything else really makes it worthwhile. The chips you get with it are perfect. Fat and crispy just like I like my women....aaanyway......so by the time I'd had this feast and read the paper I was ready for a nap.
Instead, I had another pint which the waitress brought over to the table which was kind of unexpected. This is Sleazy's for god sake, what happened to the surly bar staff and the 'don't give-a-damn attitude'?
This is a lovely wee place which has, I suppose, matured with its audience. Evidenced by the fact they now have a kids licence and a kids menu. Crazy.
All in all it's a great place and I'll always love it.
If you're coming to glasgow you should try this place out.
Yes, it's not pretty to look at but it's what's on the inside that counts and what's on the inside is great and friendly staff, a great jukebox and a spotify account for during the day and a great arcade machine with some great retro gaming on board.
It would be a shame to come to glasgow and miss out on this iconic venue.
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