12pm - 9:45pm
- Well Behaved Children Welcome
- Families and Children Welcome
- Disabled Access
- Dietary Needs Catered For
About The Hebridean
.Having made the recent journey to the Outer Hebrides with the intention of creating a bespoke six course tasting menu for Six by Nico, our team quickly discovered the rich produce that this enchanting land has to offer.
Inspired by the stories we listened to, the enriched Scottish culture we learnt about and the food and drink we tasted on these unique islands, our team returned to Glasgow with an idea to create a gastropub that champions the wide range of mouth-watering, fresh and fruitful produce for which the Hebrides are best known for.
With this in mind, today we proudly introduce The Hebridean - our latest restaurant venture that will bring a taste of these magical islands to Glasgow’s West End.
Renowned for their endless beaches, rugged landscapes and fine fresh produce, The Hebridean Isles are truly otherworldly and over the past few months from the Butt of Lewis to Barra Head, we have scavenged the Outer Hebrides in search of the finest ingredients to take centre stage in our gastropub menu.
From Charles MacLeod Stornoway Black Pudding to Uig Lodge Smoked Salmon, Isle of Harris Gin to Harris Tweed interiors - the enchanting spirit of these magnificent isles will be found ubiquitously throughout our restaurant.
We are extremely excited to share them with you and have no doubt that you will fall in love with these breathtaking Islands - just as we did.
The food was absolutely phenomenal!
Service and food were good but needed just a little bit more for me to give them 5s rather than 4s. Didn’t quite have the wow factor that I was expecting
Fantastic Sunday Lunch !
Sunday roast was a disappointment. Was not worth the money. Toby carvery is cheaper and food would be on par
Our first visit but definitely not our last. Nice environment with great service ,staff lovely, food was excellent and nice choice on menu. Crab raviioli, monkfish cheeks for startes and mussels for main didnt have room for a dessert !! maybe next time. Have already recommended to a friend who went 2 days after us
Good food . Only criticism was the monkfish was slightly dry firmer than monkfish should be
loved the restaurant great ambience awesome service and really tasty food.
Excellent service and delicious food in a warm and inviting space.
We had an absolutely fantastic evening at the Hebridean; there was a great atmosphere and the staff were really friendly, happy and helpful. The cocktails were excellent and the food devine - the Venison Wellington was absolutely amazing and I wish I could eat that again and again!! We can't wait to return again in the new year.
The manager was very knowledgeable and fascinating to speak with. The Scottish seafood did not disappoint. I was inspired by their flavor profiles. And very appreciative of their gin collection and knowledge.
Excellent food, great cocktails and great service. Highly recommended.
No mussels, no toilet paper in the ladies, dour service. Food that was available was good
Beautiful restaurant and lovely food from Sunday roast menu. Unfortunately Yorkshire puddings were so over cooked we couldn’t eat them - completely like card board and the brought me the wrong dessert, changed it easily enough but then nearly charged us for it. Waitress who I think it the manager (all in black) was rude to a few of the other waitresses a few times in ear shot of guests and was evidently unhappy to be at work (didn’t smile, very abrupt). The female chef in the kitchen also swore often and this was over heard numerous times by guests. A little bit more attention to detail required by the staff.
Service was friendly and efficient. Lovely atmosphere- felt relaxed and cosy. Would probably ask for a table further away from the kitchen next time but realise that it is quite a small restaurant. It didn’t prevent us enjoying the food, wine and ambience.
This was the first time as a family of three we ventured out for food, it was noted in reservation notes and although our seat wasn’t bad there was probably more feasible areas to be placed to make logistics of pram , waiters darting about delivering food and drink That being said we totally recommend going to the Heb , we have been wanting to go since it was Public House , we have a personal connection to Isle of Harris that makes it a nice place to visit Arbroath Smokie and Haggis Neeps and Tatties to start and the Smokies fish fingers were just tremendous perhaps my favourite dish of the day , Presentation and quantity of HNT could have been slightly better and perhaps less as it’s a very rich dish both starters were inhaled The beef roast was just lovely melt in your mouth and the vegetables were cooked to perfection and we really liked that the cauliflower cheese came in it’s own separate dish , Yorkshire puddings could have had a minute less as we prefer soft to hard but nice all the same We shared a dessert which was sticky toffee pudding and clotted cream and would recommend this again very light considering and the clotted cream was lovely Service and staff were great also very attentive and good turn around on dishes All In all a great afternoon and we hope to make this a regular thing in 2020 M
Great service and fab food. Knowledgeable waitperson who was able to explain ingredients, cooking methods etc Loved it!
Fantastic food, service and value for money. Will be back.
Loved it! The roast dinner menu is particularly good value. Service was great 👍🏼
Service was poor, atmosphere was not very nice as was sitting next to kitchen, crammed in the way of waiting staff bringing food out the kitchens. Food was tasty but don’t think I’d go back given the service.
First time visit and won’t be the last. Beautiful surroundings, the food was incredible. My only disappointment was that some mains came with no sides, making it a bit pricey in the end. Still decent value considering the quality though!
Second time at the Hebridean, was even better than the first! Came with my 3 friends, had a delicious 3 course meal & had excellent service! The atmosphere was great in the restaurant, always busy but never feels crowded. The value for money was excellent too, worth every penny!
The food was very nice. We had the festive menu, which was reasonably priced. The main menu was a bit expensive. As usual in most places the puddings, while nice, were a bit unimaginative
Having eaten many times in Nicos other restaurants, unfortunately the meal last night was the worst dining experience we have had.
We had a fantastic time and will be back again. Top quality fresh seafood and the service was excellent. Thank-you!