The Salisbury on Nithsdale Street in Pollokshields doesn’t look from the outside like a place that would feature in the Michelin Guide, but once you cross the threshold and pick up the menu, you’ll be easily won over to their idea. The menu brings the best of Scottish and international cuisine to the southside of Glasgow, with a focus on the fresh products and ingredients that are available in the Dear Green Place. That means oysters from the West Coast, salmon fillets from Scrabster, cheese from the Mull of Kintyre and traditional Cullen skink, as well as dishes from all over the world. Alongside the Scottish classics, there is sumac-spiced halloumi, piri-piri skate wings and spinach and ricotta gnocchi. Book yourself a table – and bring your pals, as their dishes deserve sharing – at The Salisbury on Nithsdale Street, straight between Pollokshields West and Queens Park stations, for one of the best meals in Glasgow, let alone Pollokshields.
We went to the Salisbury for my boyfriend's birthday. The service was brilliant - we got a bottle of wine on the house. The food was delicious. I had beef which literally fell apart. Lovely relaxed surroundings. Would definitely recommend!
They offer a good portion size. The batter on my fish and chips was a little bit thick a and touch greasy - service was good
Lovely good, we went early evening so the restaurant was very quiet.
To be featured in the Michelin Guide is no mean feat, but the team behind The Salisbury appear to take it in their stride. This unassuming restaurant in Pollokshields showcases impeccable British, Scottish and international fare using local Scottish produce that has garnered them a reputation among Glasgow locals as being the go-to restaurant for exceptional dining. The Salisbury, although on the smaller side, somehow pulls of functioning as a bustling bar and restaurant with ease and grace, creating a lively and vibrant atmosphere.
The food is of course the star of the show alongside a carefully curated drinks list with extensive selection of gin and cocktail options that are perfect for an aperitif or digestif, in addition to wine available to perfectly match your meal of choice. As for the main event, corn-fed chicken supreme with roasted potatoes and fricassee, braised beef cheeks and pink duck breast with beetroot, plum salsa and roasted potatoes pay homage to Scotland, and alongside these Scottish classics, there is sumac-spiced halloumi, piri-piri skate wings and spinach and ricotta gnocchi that will delight your palate and invigorate the senses. So book yourself a table – and bring your pals, as their dishes deserve sharing – at The Salisbury on Nithsdale Street, straight between Pollokshields West and Queens Park stations, for one of the best meals in Glasgow, let alone Pollokshields.