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Porter & Rye, on the Finnieston end of Argyle Street, is one of the newer restaurants in Glasgow’s West End, but it is fast building itself a reputation as one of the finest steak restaurants in the city. Their secret is that they age all their steaks in house, and complement them with superb sides and sauces to create a dining experience to satisfy even the most ardent carnivore. Book your table now and get your steak knives sharpened.
Glasgow’s restaurant scene has exploded in the last few years, especially around Finnieston, and Porter & Rye is at the fore of that. Their speciality is steak, and the array of beef that is available on the menu at their Argyle Street is frankly astounding. Steakhouse favourites such as sirloin, rump, fillet and hangar are there, as well as more obscure options like porterhouse and chateaubriand. All steaks their steaks are aged for 40 days in house – some for even more – and their burgers are freshly ground from their steaks.
That said, The Porter & Rye menu is about much more than just steak. Alongside the meats, there are sauces and sides – we recommend the bone marrow mac’n’cheese – and a huge array of starters and small plates, such as lamb shoulder, wood pigeon breast and pan-seared red mullet. Book your table at Porter & Rye on Argyle Street in Finnieston to enjoy some of the finest meat in Glasgow.