Open daily for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Disabled Access
- Outside Seating Area
About The Finnieston
The Finnieston is a seafood restaurant and gin cocktail bar in the Finnieston area of Glasgow, with an emphasis on only freshly sourced Scottish seafood, complimented by a collection of bespoke draught beers and fine champagnes, with a seasonally changing cocktail menu showcasing the carefully sourced spirits from across the globe.
Great little restaurant!
Everything was beautifully cooked and the service was excellent
Food was nice although main course could have been warmer. All in all a good experience
Sophie really helped in planning around the day. She made suggestions and was friendly and accommodating. We felt valued and the room and gin tasting and buffet were all fantastic
Delicious food, great value. Highly recommended.
Pricey in comparison to other local seafood restaurant. Signature 'market fish' options gone from the menu, which is both surprising and disappointing.
Seafood was platter was presented and tasted amazing. We followed our meal with some G&T’s and the selection and taste where delicious. It was our first time at The Finnieston certainly won’t be our last.
Returning to my home city, I love to try different restaurants and bars. This was our first trip to the Finnieston - we fancied fish and seafood and my brother (who still lives in the West End) recommended you. We arrived at 8.50pm on a Bank Holiday Sunday night, so only had 10 minutes to place the order as the kitchen closed at 9pm. Given the warm weather the outside space at the back was still packed, however the bar and restaurant still had a good atmosphere. The Albarino that I ordered was out of stock, but the waitress has a really good knowledge of your wine list and recommended an alternative that was spot on! Starters (Mussels and scallops) were fantastic. The sea bass was also out of stock so my wife had the baked cod which was great. My halibut was lovely, but a little on the small side compared with the quantity of puy lentils in the dish. We'd definitely come back on another trip to Glasgow. One small thing was the cover on my side of the booth was all ripped and had the foam stuffing coming out. In order to keep up overall standards i'd get that fixed as it doesn't create a good impression when you arrive at the table.
The food was amazing and really tasty. The only negative was the restaurant was busy but very understaffed. We waiting 45 minutes for a drink then we kept having to prompt staff for service which wasn't their fault. It was bank holiday Monday so we would presume more staff would be required as it was busy and we had booked in advance.
Great food - great service, lovely atmosphere
Whilst the seafood platter was plentiful, the presentation could do with a bit work, everything just seemed to be thrown on the plate, at £60 per serving it really should give the wow factor. After the food was cleared, we did not see the waiting staff again and we were not offered the dessert menu, coffees etc. Went up to the bar to pay the bill after waiting about 30 minutes. First visit to The Finnieston and we were quite underwhelmed - disappointing after receiving recommendations from friends and colleagues. Didn't live it up to its reputation at all.
We had a wonderful dinner. We were able to be seated a little before our reservation time, service was excellent, and the food was delicious.
Lovely food; great service. Must operate some sort of time machine since, all of a sudden, it was 11:45!!!
The standard of the food was disappointing. The wine on the menu was not available. The one offered was very overpriced. I could buy it for £10.99 in a supermarket. I was charged £30 by you.
Excellent. Fabulous food and even better service. The young lady who looked after us was delightful, efficient and courteous. Throughly enjoyable.
All good. Enjoyed it
Have enjoyed every meal here.
Such a tasty lovely meal. Had a great time and well looked after.
£39 voucher for sharing mixed seafood and gin cocktails. Would never pay usual £60 for the sharing plate, no crab claws and seafood not of good standard. Four pieces of fish saved the day. Should be able to choose gin cocktails - no choice given. Really nice staff.
The food and service were excellent! Thoroughly enjoyed it and would highly recommend. I shall be back
Great food & service!
A very enjoyable evening at the Finnieston, especially considering I was introducing a couple of friends to it for the first time. Service (mainly from Carly) was very attentive and spot on. Food was very good - I tried fresh mackerel for the first time which was a great choice. The others had dishes like hake and pork belly and they all really enjoyed them. The Picpoul de Pinet and Muscadet wine we had were nicely chilled. We were seated in a booth area which was good - but the seats could do with being reupholstered; quite tatty which I've noticed before.
Great seafood, friendly staff and well worth a visit.
Amazing food and drink and really great service.
The food was extremely overpriced. It was at best an average meal. Fish was over cooked, sauces were unpleasant.