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.
Unfortunately the menu was limited and there was no atmosphere as the other tables were empty. The soup was too spicy to eat but this was removed from the bill. Unfortunately a disappointing visit. Will only use as a bar as too many other excellent restaurants in the vicinity.
Only one waitress so the service was slow, we waited 45mins for our starters, we were the only occupied table in the rear restaurant.
Gorgeous surroundings and food. We’d made the booking for a birthday treat, with some friends flying up from down south, especially for the meal, so it was extremely embarrassing when, after our main courses, we were told VERY bluntly, that we had 7 minutes to drink up and leave the table, and we’re then asked if we wanted any more drinks! I realise that the restaurant has a turnaround period for tables, but that was like a slap in the face, after spending a lot of money on food and drink, and hardly the great and friendly ‘Scottish welcome’ that was expected! What a shame, as, after a delicious meal, we were all left with a bad taste in our mouths and headed elsewhere to continue our evening. Disappointing.
First tine visitor and will definitely be back!
We had a few problems with the quality of the food which was not easily resolved
Beautifully presented food, with a cosy atmosphere and pleasant staff. Fish was delicious and perfectly cooked.
Fantastic meal, thank you
45minutes for service delivery was a long time to wait. However...the food was worth the wait! Just don't be in a rush when you go!
Super delicious food, beautifully presented. Staff were friendly and really helpful.
Great food and friendly service. We will be back
Fantastic meal, we came back 3 times over the weekend
I chose the lobster and i ended up very sick. I actually think it may have been undercooked.
Amazing food. A hidden gem in Glasgow.
Super food.Friendly staff. would recommend a visit.
We went to this restaurant for a small family celebration and could not be happier with our choice. The atmosphere of this old reformed pub is lovely and very cozy. The food was amazing (best fish and chips I have ever tried!), although the wine menu was very limited and quite expensive for the what it offered. We really enjoyed the experience and would recommend anytime!
We had a delicious meal on Saturday, actually one of the nicest meals we have had for a while. Only thing negative was the table was tiny. Other than that it was a great evening.
Great atmosphere, food and service
Very friendly staff, though I felt that our table was set upon. I was meeting a friend I hadn't seen in awhile & was wrapped in conversation, but were constantly being interrupted. The portions were sizeable & of fine quality. We sat at the windows facing the street, the benches we rigid & a tight fit. I would gladly return.
Food was delicious but let down by slow service, wrong orders and sides coming after finished meal. Nice staff but either not enough of them or disorganised kitchen. Really enjoy the food and atmosphere so hope you fix the service issues soon!
Mussels were fantastic
Expensive, but the fish and chips were perhaps the best I have tasted. Recommended for a special treat..