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Drury Street Bar & Kitchen
Drury Street, City Centre
Glasgow G2 5AP
Right in the centre of Glasgow, Drury Street Bar & Kitchen on, erm, Drury Street, boasts a quirky menu of extremely indulgent burgers and pizzas among much else. It’s a cosy spot within sight of Glasgow Central train station and ideal for whatever you casual occasion might be. Stop by for a drink, a nibble or a hearty meal and prepare for a very warm welcome indeed. Drury Street Bar & Kitchen is a local favourite, which isn’t surprising when you take into account the regular pizza or beer and burger deals – it’s good stuff, folks, so reserve a table now.
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Comfy seats, good atmosphere and food was really tasty! Would visit again.
Accomodating staff and excellent food. Almost perfect for tabletop gaming. Music was good but a tiny bit loud.
Straight forward pub grub, good value and a great location. The place was very quiet when we arrived for lunch, and didn't get too busy at all. I'd definitely go back there.
Aside from being brilliantly-located in the heart of Glasgow, surrounded by shops and attractions and train stations and just about everything else, Drury Street Bar & Kitchen nails it with the food and the drink. If you’re in just for a drink, get comfortable on one of many sofas and enjoy a handcrafted cocktail or a cool craft beer. The ambience here will lull you in just the right way and leave you feeling pleased as punch. Should you be hungry, however, expect great things from the Drury Street food menu. Get the ball rolling with a wee plate of nachos, perhaps, or some curious haggis and black pudding mac & cheese.
For a proper fill, as we said, try the Drury Street signature burger complete with all the works, or The Highlander consisting of Southern fried chicken, haggis and peppercorn sauce. Alternatively, get stuck into true Glasgow-style pizza, opt for the Stornoway with black pudding, chorizo and a baked egg, or take things big and bold with a meat feast or veg supreme. This central Glasgow gem also has a section of the menu for the little ones and specialises in very unique cheeznutz, otherwise known as crispy, golden and fried mac & cheese donuts, complete with toppings. Fancy it? Course you do.