Open from midday until midnight
Monday - Friday: 12pm - 4pm
Saturday: 12pm - 3.30pm
Monday - Thursday: 12pm - 7.30pm
Friday - Saturday: 12pm - 6.30pm
On Sundays we only offer a set Sunday roast menu all day from 12pm - 8.15pm.
Last food orders:
Monday - Thursday: 9pm
Friday & Saturday: 9.15pm
Open from midday until midnight
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
- No Disabled Access
- Gluten Free Available
About Sisters Kelvingrove
The Sisters Kelvingrove is a quaint & cosy family-run restaurant specialising in all things homely & Scottish. We want you to feel as comfortable sitting in the restaurant as you do at home or with friends & family. We use as much local Scottish produce as possible, and serve our take on the classics we've all grown up loving, from glazed Ramsay's of Carluke ham for main to decadent puff candy meringue for pudding. We cater to everyone, with Scottish scallops and Uist smoked haddock risotto for fish lovers, to Highland venison and lamb rump for the carnivores and from homemade vegetarian pakora to garlic roasted aubergine for the veggies.
Whether it's a quick, cheap & cheerful bite at lunch or a romantic dinner for two, whether it's a family celebration or a girls night out, The Sisters Kelvingrove specialises in providing good homely cooking and fantastically warm & welcoming service to ensure you have the best experience possible.
Went for a meal to celebrate my mums birthday on Saturday evening. The food, atmosphere and service was all tremendous! Massive thanks to Jak for the cheeky bottle of wine on the house for my mum! We are already planning our next visit! Thanks so much again, The Caldwell’s :)
I eat out a lot in Glasgow and was quite underwhelmed by the food. The menu was really inviting but the food was a bit of a let down. I had the prawns to start which lacked flavour and the duck for main. The duck was cooked well but again the sauce lacked depth and the duck leg bon bon was extremely dry. It should not have even been served.
Our cocktails and starters were very good, but both my husband and I found our entrees were a bit bland. The atmosphere was a bit austere, but comfortable. Our server Hannah more than made up for it all. She was absolutely delightful.
We had a lovely meal at The Sisters, Kelvingrove. The place is very nice and food was delicious. We tried the Market Menu and were not disappointed.
Food was spectacular
First time visiting restaurant and I definitely wasn’t disappointed, I had purchased an Itison deal and it was great value for money. I would visit this restaurant again
We had a beautiful meal. Service was excellent and I can’t wait to come back in June for my sons 30th birthday!
Gorgeous food & fabulous service!
We had a fabulous dinner last night. The staff were so friendly especially to my daughter...nothing was too much trouble. And the food as always was delicious!
Great staff, menu, atmosphere & food. Love it!
Really enjoyed our visit to The Sisters. Food was delicious as usual. Girls who served us were delightful and very attentive. My friend is disabled, and one of the girls helped us down the stairs at the entrance. The Sisters has always been a nice place for dinner, we will be back!
It was nice but just that and a bit odd that the lunch menu did not include veg
Beautiful food, relaxed atmosphere, friendly and attentive staff. Couldn’t fault it and will definitely be going again soon!
The food was amazing, i loved every course, complements to the chef, service was quick, friendly and relaxing atmosphere , i will be back again soon !!
Superb restaurant with excellent service and food.
Fresh, delicious food in a very pleasant atmosphere. Background music kept to a comfortably low level, cheerful and friendly service.
You never fail to deliver excellent food and quality of service. Always look forward to coming here and recommend highly to others.
Another evening at The Sisters, have never been disappointed service food and value for money all first class.
Excellent meal, friendly and helpful service and pleasant atmosphere. Beautifully cooked stake and quirky haggis starter and lovely chicken dish and wonderful chocolate tart with cherries
Excellent; great place - we love it!
Pros: friendly attentive staff, good food. Cons: very disappointed to have to pay extra to get any vegetables with our main courses! Same for the chips. I would not describe these as extras...staff were friendly however although we were fully aware of the 2hr time limit, we really did feel rushed, and that each course was quickly whipped away, even when not entirely finished and replaced with the next. Nice place just a shame it made us conscious of the fact we were using a dining voucher.
Fantastic food, service & atmosphere. Can't fault it! 👍💖
We hadn't eaten at The Sisters before so thought we would try it as it popped up on itison. Restaurant is lovely & has a very pleasant atmosphere/decor. Set menu was fine, but nothing especially unusual on it which was a pity as the a la carte menu looked lovely. The appetiser was delicious, but really needed a second sourdough crisp to eat the rich mousse with as a little went a long way. The haggis bon bons were the highlight of the meal. Fab! My husband was a bit disappointed with the thin slice of ham received (especially in comparison to the more generous chicken portion I enjoyed. He also suggested it ate more like a gammon steak so wasn't what he'd expected from the menu description. He wouldn't order it again. My chicken was beautifully cooked, moist & well presented. The gravy/jus was lovely too. The Yorkshire pudding (the thing that drew me to ordering this course) was very crumbly & just disappeared on the tongue which Ive never had a Yorkshire do before! Tasted good but oddly unsatisfying!! Dessert was simple but very tasty. We certainly left stuffed to the gunnels!! We also enjoyed the prosecco chosen to compliment the meal. So overall, it was a good meal, well cooked, but somehow just lacked a bit of sparkle. We were intrigued by a few options in the a la carte menu which might entice us back one day (we live in Ayrshire so don't eat in Glasgow often) but I don't think we've found our new "go to" place I'm afraid.
Think this place lives on old fame, food and service very very average
FANTASTIC ! Superb service and food Our first visit but will definatetly be back