Open Wednesday-Sunday from 5pm-10pm
- Disabled Access
- Families and Children Welcome
- Children's Menu available
About Leiper's Attic
Leiper's Attic features shimmering gold ceilings, original salvaged church chairs and bespoke, handcrafted gilt mirrors. Relax and enjoy views of the illuminated church steeple and the mature gardens below.
Dining in Leiper's Attic you can expect the very best Scotch beef, dry aged in house, alongside wild fish and game.
Enjoy a classic after dinner cocktail or sample our own Leiper's single malt, a perfect pairing with a carefully chosen Cuban cigar from our humidor.
We had a retiral night out here for one of our friends . The night was amazing , friendly staff , good service , food was amazing . We will definatly be back here again
The food was absolutely outstanding as was the setting and the service. I can not rate this Place enough and I will definitely go again and try the rest of their menu. This meal was the best I ah e had anywhere in Glasgow and one of the best meals I have eaten full stop.
Great venue for graduation dinner. Quiet so people can talk and very professional service. food was also lovely and nicely served. Thanks for helping to make my graduation day so special!
The food was excellent. The service also and the environment was very good (i would prefer though to be able to see the original ceiling of the church). My only complain is that the gnocchi portion was extremely insufficient and small. Just 8 gnocchi on the plate... It wouldnt cost a lot to the restaurant to add 8 more. It looked like a starter and not like a main course.
This is a great place that for some reason doesn't seem to be as well known as it should. The menus are interesting, varied, and delicious, and the staff are attentive and friendly. Give it a try!!
Lovely venue, really excellent food and reasonably priced for a graduation evening meal and cheery service. Thank you!
Delicious food and a great atmosphere. This was probably our favorite place when we visited Glasgow.
Food was really good and service excellent. Will definitely be back!
Leiper's Attic is my favourite place to eat out. Staff are great and food outstanding quality. Steak was cooked to perfection and highly recommend the beautiful place. It is a little pricey but the quality of food was the best and look forward to going back soon.
The menu was very limited as it was only the a la carte that was available. There wasn't a great deal of choice on this menu -, especially for vegetarians. Opted for fish dishes but was very disappointed with the portions. Only 3 choices for dessert was also disappointing although the dessert proved delicious and larger than the main course.
Leiper’s attic never disappoints. The location and setting is enough to warrant a visit, the food and friendly staff only add to the experience. My wife and I were married in cottiers theatre so it holds a special nostalgic significance every time we visit. The atmosphere created ensures that a return trip is never far away in the future. Thanks again!
Hidden community run gem of a place
Excellent service and food was fantastic
Excellent food particularly the vegetarian option.
We had a lovely family meal they were very friendly and helpful. Despite a mix up in the dates they sorted it all out. The food particularly the meat and fish was cooked to perfection. We should have ordered a few more sides as the fish didn’t have much accompaniment on hindsight. Whole meal however was lovely we will definitely be back.
Friendly staff and great food.....the best (perfectly cooked) steak I've ever had!! We will be back :-)
This is an amazing restaurant. Top notch local produce, incredible taste sensations and a sticky toffee pudding as light as a feather. Not the cheapest of eateries, but you get what you pay for, fine dining at its best. Well worth a visit. Service friendly, not overbearing - a delight.
We were the only table in on the Sunday evening, but the lighting, music and friendly staff helped provide a pleasant atmosphere. We also had a discount voucher for the a la carte, so full prices would make it more of a special occasion choice otherwise.
Good food and quick service, with friendly staff. Didn’t like the decor too much, but that’s a matter of taste. The restaurant could do a lot to make the atmosphere warmer and cozier, it’s a bit bate and utilitarian right now.
We eat out in the west end more than once a week and we found this restaurant pitching itself overly high in the price market, albeit with a menu and quality of food which are reasonably commensurate with the cost. It was almost empty on this Thursday night. One couple came in, ordered starters (we think) and left. The menu in mid-April felt very heavy and wintery, we nearly did not stay as it didn't really suit us - but we did and the venison course was excellent and well-balanced. But we fear this restaurant will not succeed in its current form, this type of dining will not attract sufficient numbers, though it should - what with the footfall downstairs, the theatre and the location. Gather and Cafezique offer a similar quality and style in our view, but with a greater variation and a lighter touch. Hotel du Vin is expensive but has worked hard to draw in people with it changing menus and also around its wine offering. It is a busy establishment. Not sure what to suggest, clearly a lot of work has gone it to create a style and a wild meat/game/fish theme - but perhaps it is set too expensively for day to day dining and somehow doesn't catch the imagination for relatively fine dining.
Other than being a little quiet, I couldn’t fault leipers. Great service and food
We had a fantastic meal. The cote de boeuf was the best ever, perfect. Will be returning for more beef!!
We went for the Sunday roast option which was delicious but we were disappointed at how extremely small the portions were.
The food surpassed expectation, it was the best meal we've had in glasgow in a long time! We really liked the menu concept of choosing by ingredients you like and the dish coming as a surprise and the sides were so good. It was definitely value for money as it was all quality ingredients and skilled cooking, the amuse bouche and pre-desserts were a nice touch. We were disappointed to see it was so quiet for a friday night but it still had a comfortable atmosphere and we will be sure to tell friends and come back in future. The building itself is lovely (although hard to find the right entrance) and would be a lovely setting for a graduation/special occasion meal