We found this restaurant in Lonely Plant and, coming from Scotland, we were intrigued to see what kind of restaurant had been named after one of the 'less affluent' areas of Glasgow. You would be very unlikely to just 'come across' this little place so it feels like a hidden gem when you brave the foyer of the run down hotel its located inside and enter the wonderful buzz of The Gorbals. If you chose your dishes carefully, the food is not overpriced, with delicious matzo balls and chicken gizzard (coated in a lovely batter and really delicious). Did not brave the lamb's testicles but the sticky toffee pudding was tasty.
If you are looking for something that feels a bit less 'tourist like' I would recommend eating here.
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