The Gallery Bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a cocktail or two created by master mixologists.
Perfectly located in the city’s West End.
Supremely stylish while simultaneously relaxed and comfortable.
Swift, professional and friendly. We arrived on a blustery day for a pre-booked lunch and were immediately greeted by a smiling server and led to a comfortable table for two. Our order was taken within minutes.
The lunch menu at The Gallery Bar has a tasty selection of starters, main courses, dishes from its Josper Grill as well as salads, sandwiches and deserts. It boasts produce from largely local companies.
My guest and I shared a starter of Haggis bon bons that came with traditional HP sauce on the side. We agreed they were the best we’d tasted. Undecided on her main course – Katsu cod loin or truffle macaroni cheese – my guest finally plumped for the former that came coated in panko breadcrumb, accompanied by charred tenderstem broccoli and Katsu sauce.
The cleared plate spoke for itself. I went for scampi panko-breaded langoustine tail with fries, crushed garden peas and homemade tartare sauce – it was absolutely delicious. The langoustine tail was plump and succulent although the sauce was a little heavy on the gherkin.
Oozes city chic. This restaurant wouldn’t be out of place on New York’s swanky Upper East Side.
With drinks our bill came to a little over £75 – which seems fair enough given the quality and location.
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