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- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Children's Menu available
- Children Welcome (Up to 8pm)
About Oran Mor
Formerly Kelvinside Parish Church, Òran Mór, Gaelic for ‘great melody of life’ or ‘big song’, is a thriving arts & entertainment venue in the heart of Glasgow’s West End.
We offer a Victorian Bar and Whisky Bar, John Muir Room Restaurant and Brasserie Restaurant, Private Dining Room, Live Music Venue, Night Club, and our stunning Auditorium with mural ceiling by Alasdair Gray.
As well as hosting the now Internationally recognised ‘A Play, A Pie and A Pint’ lunchtime Theatre,
Òran Mór also provides the perfect setting for corporate and private events, weddings and ceilidhs.
Just a bit dark need some low music to add atmosphere p
Great service from friendly staff. The food was excellent and great value for money. Will certainly return
Good food and friendly service.
Excellent safe service from a Great fun team Thank you
Staff werelovely, the meal was delicious (10/10) and was a good atmosphere given the current circumstances!
Friendly staff and fantastic food!
Our serves were absolutely lovely and made my mums birthday feel like a birthday even with the current restrictions. Cannot thank the staff enough.
Great food! Great drinks! Great service!
We had a delicious meal and the atmosphere and service was brilliant. The staff were working really well to make it a good experience despite the obvious differences caused by the Covid-19 restrictions. Highly recommended.
Always enjoy visiting Oran Mor for drinks or for a meal. Had a lovely anniversary meal (got married here) and staff we’re great to help us enjoy our occasion. Also got thorough practices in place for COVID guidelines.
Booked to eat upstairs but told had to eat downstairs. This meant we ate alone with no ambiance and with the expensive menu. Also my guest finds stairs difficult Altogether a big disappointment.
Food was nice, however when we arrived and were given the menu, it was completely different from the one online. I had booked the table from seeing the menu so were very disappointed. We ended up having “bar snacks” for dinner
On arrival, door steward explained coronavirus rules to us which were quite clear. Staff in in brasserie were absolutely excellent! Friendly, efficient and food was equally superb. Marked down for atmosphere only because corona rules prevent ambient music but in general it was perfectly fine. Will return again.
My friend has a disablity at the moment. She was dropped off at the brasserie as apparently there's a lift there. However the door was locked so we walked round to the front. Due to the steps we ended up sitting outside. I ordered the fish coujouns and chips. The coujouns were very greasy and the chips turned out to be potato wedges which had been reheated. Food very disappointing. Service was fine though.
Five star dining experience.Amazing food and service. All covid 19 safety requirements in place .
Under the conditions we all find ourselves in, I thought the staff done well. I think with the lack of people talking and standing round the bar area, the atmosphere is very suppressed. Perhaps some background music would help?
In these strange times OM managed to make our dining visit perfect. Staff food and atmosphere were tip top.
Quick service and fantastic food.
Food was horrible, pasta came cold, too much bacon in the carbonara and the macaroni was hard. I asked for Parmesan to sprinkle over my pasta and was given slices of cheese. No kids menu so the kids had to have a massive plate of nachos. Got a brownie for desert, and was given a brownie covered in bits - which wasn’t stated on the menu. Maybe change that incase someone with a nut allergy orders it thinking it’s a normal brownie. Drinks were good - only offered fizzy drinks though, service was good. I’d recommend going there only if you’re getting drinks.
I felt so let down. We had booked Oran Mor Brasserie for a special occasion meal with relatives who were visiting Glasgow for the first time. We had booked the Brasserie with a delicious looking dining menu. When we arrived at the brasserie we were promptly ignored and had to find someone who told us if we wanted food we would have to go upstairs. We were then placed at a beautiful table in the John Muir room. The table was soaking and covered in pools of water / disinfectant. The menus on the table were not the brasserie menus advertised on the internet. Again this would have been fine but it was not what we had booked for. The service was slow, the food was average at best. We waited half an hour for the dessert menu after our mains, we then waited 45 minutes for the desserts and at the end of the meal when after waiting again we went to find someone to be able to pay. We were asked, ‘if everything was ok?’ When we said no, the table was wet, the food was average and the service was close to non existent the answer we received was ‘it’s hard with everything that’s going on.’ Whilst I sympathise with restaurants I don’t understand why ‘what’s going on’ means the quality of the food offered slips or the service. From what I could see Saturday night at Oran Mor just now is not for diners but for a crowd out to drink. The brasserie being much more like a rowdy pub. If that’s the direction Oran Mor is taking its business in that is absolutely fine but they should adjust their marketing accordingly as it is certainly not how they portray themselves. Unfortunately as things stand I would never dine at Oran Mor again.
Enjoyed eating in Òran Mor, staff made it as safe as possible, after meal retired to beer garden were sat in the sunshine for a while.
First post lockdown lunch out and the staff made it feel relaxed and the new “normal”. Very pleasant experience. Thank you 😊
Excellent set up for social distancing etc. Staff clearly committed to safety & ensuring enjoyment for the customer. 50% off was a welcome surprise.. thank you.
As always the staff were very friendly. Had an enjoyable time after so many months away. Thanks