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Restaurant of the Week: Miller & Carter, Glasgow

The T-bone steak was quite perfect
The T-bone steak was quite perfect

 

Location

Located right in the heart of the city centre at 47 St Vincent St, within easy reach of bus, train and underground routes.

First Impressions

Situated in an old bank, it feels grand and decadent from the moment you walk through the door. From the big glass dome on the ceiling to the old vault housing the toilets, the building’s heritage has been retained and it certainly makes for a unique dining spot.

Service

Miller & Carter is huge – and extremely busy – during our visit, but our waitress was very attentive, talking us through the menu and cuts of meat and offering advice on portion sizes and accompaniments. Service was with a smile all evening and nothing seemed to be a problem.

© Andrew Cawley
Miller and Carter (Pic: Andrew Cawley)

Menu

It’s a steak restaurant so the 30 -day aged beef is what most people come for. It comes in all sorts of cuts, from sirloin and fillet to ribeye and rump. There’s also special butchers cuts and sharing cuts. But if you don’t fancy a steak, there’s burgers, chicken and lamb. There are also vegetarian and gluten-free options.

Taste

My dining partner went for the T-bone and I opted for the fillet. The meat was cooked to perfection and melted in our mouths. In fact, we would both go so far as to say it was the best steak we’ve ever had. Teamed with triple cooked chips and peppercorn sauce, it was out of this world.

Ambience

Relaxed and friendly, it’s a great place to visit anytime, or for a special occasion. It really is a lovely treat.

Value

Starters start at £3.95 and mains are priced from £12.95 and steaks from £17.25. Our bill for two came in at just over £100 including drinks.


P.S. Try a signature cocktail. Created by the inhouse mixologists, they make the perfect starter or dessert!