Restaurant

Culinary we never settle, constantly striving to improve our food.
  • Sample A La Carte
  • Sample Set lunch/Pretheare

Starters

Rabbit loin,
carrot, ham hough, chamomile jus £12.45

 

Wild mushrooms,
fried quail egg, onion juice, charred shallot
£9.95

 

The Chip’s own, since 1971, venison haggis,
champit tatties, carrot crisp, neep cream £9.95
(our own vegetarian haggis is also available)

 

Loch Fyne crab and fennel salad,,
brown butter, walnuts £10.95

 

Barra scallops,
pork belly, carrot and sesame consommé, pickled grapes £13.95

 

Monkfish cheek,
celeriac tartare, granny smith apples, langoustine oil £11.95

Main Courses

Truffled cauliflower,
Clava brie, pumpkin seed crumble, pickles, onion oil £19.95

 

Gigha halibut,
baked potato purée, girolles, broad beans, pancetta £26.95

 

Guinea fowl breast,
bulgar wheat, brassicas, merguez, barberry jus £24.95

 

Shetland cod,
Jerusalem artichoke, bagna càuda, brown butter, parsley oil £24.95

 

Lamb loin,
artichoke, aubergine puree, feta, black olive £27.95

 

Scotch Aberdeen Angus beef
born, bred and eaten in Scotland

 

The Chip’s classic fillet steak au poivre,
braised mushrooms and dauphinoise potatoes £35.00

 

Sirloin 8oz £30.00

Fillet 8oz £35.00

port and pancetta mushrooms, dauphinoise potatoes

 

Sauces

Béarnaise £2.95
Peppercorn and brandy £2.95
Brown shrimp, chilli and parsley butter £2.95

 

Desserts

Lemon parfait,
caramelised puff pastry, pistachio, meringue £7.95

 

The Chip’s famous Caledonian ice cream,
poached plums, honey oats £7.45

 

Dark chocolate pave,
milk ice cream, whisky gel£7.95

 

Tahini mousse,
raspberry, candied seeds £7.45

 

Baked goats cheesecake,
yoghurt sorbet, pear gel, hazelnuts £7.75

 

Cheese

A selection of artisan cheeses from George Mewes, red wine and plum jelly, Orkney beremeal biscuits, cloutie dumpling

Three cheese plate £12

Five cheese plate £15

 

(unpasteurised unless stated otherwise)

 

Fourme d’Ambert, France, cow and ewe’s milk (pasteurised)

Ossau Iraty, France, ewe’s milk (pasteurised)

Morbier, France, cow’s milk

Bonnet, Ayrshire, goat’s milk (pasteurised)

Anster, Scotland, cow’s milk

 

Please advise us if you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies. We will be happy to provide a detailed list of ingredients. Our menus are subject to seasonal change. Please be aware our game dishes may contain shot.

The Chip was opened by Ronnie Clydesdale on the 11th January 1971, at a time when Scottish cuisine was confined solely to the home. Chefs of the day knew only Italian or French cooking, and if you wanted to eat out in Glasgow your choice was limited.

Continually inspired by Scotland’s larder, The Chip has grown to become something of a Glasgow icon. Our courtyard dining room is one of the most endearing magical spaces to eat out in the area. A fine dining menu is on offer in the restaurant and a lighter brasserie menu in the various bars, mezzanine and roof terrace.

For a memorable dining experience, come down and see why we call The Chip one of the best places to eat out in Glasgow.


Starters

Courgette, rosmary and roasted garlic soup

 

Sea bream,
heirloom tomatoes, tapenade, capers, basil

 

Beef short rib croquette,
roast onion, sage jus

 

Salt baked celeriac,
wild mushrooms, apricot, hazelnut

Main courses

Hake,
potatoes, fennel, bouillabaise reduction

 

Pork belly,
charred leek, corn , chorizo

 

Roasted squash,
red quinoa, dried cherry tomatoes, labneh

 

Bavette steak,
pancetta potatoes, red cabbage
( £5 supplement }

Desserts

Apple crumble,
vanilla ice cream

 

Courgette and hazelnut cake,
maple cream cheese, mixed berries

 

Barwhey cheddar,
bannocks, date and apple chutney

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12-2.30pm Mon-Sat
5-6.30pm Sun-Fri

2 course £19.95
3 course £23.95

Please note that our lunch menu is not available during December.

One of the Best Places to Eat Out in Glasgow

Please advise us if you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies. We will be happy to provide a detailed list of ingredients. Our menus are subject to seasonal change. Please be aware our game dishes may contain shot.

The Chip was opened by Ronnie Clydesdale on the 11th January 1971, at a time when Scottish cuisine was confined solely to the home. Chefs of the day knew only Italian or French cooking, and if you wanted to eat out in Glasgow your choice was limited.

Continually inspired by Scotland’s larder, The Chip has grown to become something of a Glasgow icon. Our courtyard dining room is one of the most endearing magical spaces to eat out in the area. A fine dining menu is on offer in the restaurant and a lighter brasserie menu in the various bars, mezzanine and roof terrace.

For a memorable dining experience, come down and see why we call The Chip one of the best places to eat out in Glasgow.


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