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 service and great food. Will be back
We enjoyed our visits to The Finnieston last Saturday for drinks and on Sunday for brunch very much. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the food was excellent. We would definitely be happy to vist again when next in the area and to recommend it to others.
It was wonderful. Highly recommended!
We had dinner at the Finnieston about 2 months ago and we were extremely disappointed, having read so many good reviews. We were tempted by the frito misto in tempura since we both like seafood. Just to be sure, we asked if this was deep fried in batter or light tempura and the waitress confirmed that it was cooked with a light batter. We were served a huge plate fof deep fried smoked fish, soaking in grease. No seafood (I do not count fish as seafood) and certainly no tempura. No fresh fish either We complained about the meal and to be fair, we got a discount and were also offered desserts and coffee. However we could not get an explanation on the nature of the dish, other than this was the chef's interpretation of tempura (??). We got the feeling that this dish was just a leftover of some previous preparation, we would have been better choosing fish and chips. Obviously, we won't go back
We had a lovely evening celebrating two birthdays in our party of 7. The service was excellent (I apologize I did not write down the waitress' name, but she was very patient and friendly) and the food, delicious! Finneston's was recommended by a local friend of a NZ friend and also Trip Advisor and Lonely Planet. We would be happy to add our recommendation!
Excellent venue for a private party. The staff were very helpful from day 1, bar staff on the night were fantastic. Food was really lovely - only thing is the sticky wings/drumsticks went pretty much untouched - think a lot people felt they were a bit messy to try and eat as finger food, they could be replaced with something else. Everything else was perfect!
Had a great meal only downside was the table we had which was pretty small, won't stop me coming back though.
We had a lovely meal thankyou
Second time I’ve been and can’t fault the food and service. Will be back.
My first visit to The Finnieston as I don't live in Glasgow, but I would certainly return and recommend it to others. Great to see magnificent Scottish seafood showcased within such a tantalising menu. A great find!
Lovely ambience, food very tasty. The oysters were the best I’ve ever tasted. Staff very good
Main accompaniment missing from ostyer starter (iced Bombay Sapphire). Black and green chips/wedges with main course, visually unappetising and clearly inedible, (how does this get past the chef / waiting staff?) ,left on plate. Charged extra for requesting potatoes over chips, was given cold potato salad... Also overpriced and would not recommend nor return.
Fabulous food. Staff friendly, professional and accommodating. We enjoyed a great all round experience which we look forward to repeating.
Food and drink lovely, waitress extremely pleasant and attentive, lovely experience.
Regularly book The Finnieston when visiting Glasgow for events at The Hydro and am never disappointed. Atmosphere, food and service all excellent.
Table for 2. Ordered starters and mains, waited to be served our starters when our mains arrive. Said to the waitress who didn’t have much to say except sorry. Decided to order deserts since never got a starter. I ordered lemon meringue pie and my boyfriend ordered apple crumble. The lemon meringue pie was not a pie with pastry, but instead a plate dotted with lemon curd, ice cream and meringue shards. The apple crumble again featured no crumble instead layered cooked apple. Both desert were left uneaten and we were not asked how our meal was. Very disappointed in the service and food. Unlikely to return
Finnieston was recommended to me and I’ve also now recommended it! Had a fantastic experience and thought the food was even better then expected! I don’t come to Glasgow much but will be back when I do!
Excellent staff and we loved the interior and atmosphere. However we felt the scallops were very over priced.
We were really looking forward to to our visit but when we arrived we were told that we couldn't get the lunch menu after 2pm, then after querying if they would make an exception we were told that only the Dinner menu was available at the weekend. This was pretty disappointing, especially when we ended up paying £15 for a fairly bog standard plate of fish and chips which arrived before our drinks.
Had a very nice dinner at Finnieston. Due to high amount of people, my main dish arrived after quite some time and the waitress apologized by offering me a glass of prosecco which was a very nice gesture. Nice and cozy atmosphere.
We arrived late due to a car breakdown of some members of the party. The staff could not have been more helpful in ensuring we still had a pleasant meal in time for the kitchen closing. They were extremely attentive to our needs to make sure our evening was not ruined. First class service from all
Very enjoyable meal. Food was made with fresh products, setting was cozy and service was fine.
Great restaurant, food fantastic, although slightly on the pricey side.
Great evening Lovely food Friendly Waitress This was the first evening of a Scottish tour with Canadian relations and it was a fine start to a memorable holiday