The country pub is an institution celebrated up and down the land, and the standard of facilities on offer in the rural roadhouse continues to grow and grow, from mere coaching inns with a bucket of water for the horses and a bucket of ale for the drivers to the modern gastropubs of today, offering food that makes the most of the local ingredients close at hand. One such an establishment is The Golden Pheasant in Auchinloch, to the north of Glasgow, where they offer all the favourites from the pub grub repertoire – steak and ale pie, fish and chips, Scottish mussels and the like – as well as a bar stocked with drinks options: after all, the driver still needs a bucket of ale on hand from time to time. Take a trip to The Golden Pheasant on Stepps Road for a modern example of the classic country pub – just remember to book a table ahead of time to ensure you avoid the fate of the Holy Family: no room at the inn!
lovely pub with a good atmosphere. will go again in the future.
I made a mistake and booked the wrong pub.However the staff were excellent and helpful.i was hoping for a carvery but they stopped this and the meal was just ok .Excellant staff but bring back the carvery
Phenomenal me and my family will be back ! Spreading the great word!! Amazing food outstanding staff and lovely " "gherkins " my mum had some pickles to try and loved them ! Highly recommend the lentil soup and fajitas not to mention the delightful millionaire tart ... Delight !!!