Tucked away in various corners of the building, passionate about drinks, chat, opinions and outcomes
  • The Wee Bar
  • Big Pub
  • Corner Bar

The first pub in Ashton Lane and the smallest in Scotland.

This cosy gem of a bar specialises in whiskies and is a perfect hideaway to savour a few drams.

The Chips association with whisky goes back a lifetime.  Ronnie Clydesdale worked extensively in the whisky industry before opening the Chip.  The wee Scotty dogs on the gantry serves as a reminder of his days with Black and White, a fine old Scottish blend.

Stravaig the length and breath of the country without leaving the wee bar.

Opened before social media destroyed social interaction.  The Chip pub is a bar for all.  Punters, Musicians, playwrights, conversation, opinions, the birthplace of relationships, sometimes the scene of their demise and everything in between.

Sit by the fire and enjoy what unfolds.

The closest you will get to bling anywhere in the Chip.

Opening onto the lane the lively bar is a delight of spirits, bespoke cocktails, niche wines.

Built from the remnants of the old Chips wine cellar.  Quaff from a bar top made from Victorian mortuary slabs.

Opening Hours

Bars open until 1am

Restaurant Lunch

Mon–Sat noon–2.30pm
Sun 12.30–3pm

Restaurant Dinner

Sun-Thurs 5pm-10pm
Fri & Sat 5.30pm-11pm

Brasserie Lunch

Mon–Fri noon–4.30pm
Sat & Sun 11am–4pm

Brasserie Dinner

Sun-Wed 5pm-10pm
Thurs-Sat 5pm-11pm