Cut Bothwell in Glasgow is a very special restaurant, indeed. This fresh, new steakhouse is chic, stylish and boasts a menu that showcases high quality steaks cooked to absolute perfection. Located on Old Mill Road, this Glasgow steakhouse also offers an array of other dishes to suit those less partial to sinking their teeth into a juicy steak. The space itself is modern with quirky art and unique light fixtures adorning the room that complement the menu just perfectly. Perfect for a romantic meal for two or catching up with friends of wine and your favourite succulent steak, Cut Bothwell is a treat you definitely deserve. Bookings are essential.
So, let’s take a closer look at the Cut Bothwell menu, shall we? Word of advice though – arrive with an appetite. We recommend kicking things off with a couple of starters to share with your dining partner or pals, and the haggis scotch egg served with turnips, whiskey and oats; soft shell crab with sweet corn salsa and Isle of Mull seared scallops makes for the perfect beginning to your Cut Bothwell feast. For those of you partial to a lighter meal, this Glasgow steakhouse also offers a range of salads including the steak salad with blue cheese dressing and the crayfish with a lime and Bloody Mary dressing. Hungry yet?
When it comes to the main event, Glasgow’s Cut Bothwell is all about the steak. You’ll find the Cut signature cuts of T-bone and côte de boeuf alongside chateaubriand, rib-eye, sirloin and porterhouse that all come served with your choice of sides and sauces. We recommend selecting the hand-cut chips and housemade brandy and peppercorn, but they’re really all delicious. If steak isn’t up your alley, we also love the sea bream served with spinach and hollandaise and the barbecue chicken that comes with cornbread, streaky bacon and chipotle slaw. Veggies are also catered for and the cauliflower steak is one of our favourites. Cut Bothwell is fast becoming the Glasgow steakhouse of choice, so book a table and head to Old Mill Road to find out what all the fuss is about – you won’t be disappointed.