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Located inside St Luke’s, The Winged Ox is the perfect place to fuel up pre-gig or to catch up with mates over some pints and soul food. Situated on Bain Street, a short walk away from the city centre, the venue has been beautifully restored, with stunning stain glass windows combined with industrial-chic decor. On a weekend, start your day off with the fully loaded breakfast or head on over for lunch or dinner and chow down on international favourites. On the menu you’ll find everything from Louisiana jambalaya and gumbo served with sticky rice to Mexican beef & black eye pea chilli and Scottish takes on classics like the stove top smoked chicken & haggis pie, as well as an array of burgers, grills and homemade pizzas. Whether its for a work lunch or a big celebration, The Winged Ox is the best choice.
St Luke’s is a beautifully converted former church, a short distance from the city centre in Glasgow that has become a music and arts venue perfect for a wide range of events. Inside this stunning space lies The Winged Ox, boasting an eclectic range of soul food that will have your tastebuds praising the heavens. Situated on Bain Street, The Winged Ox team has been inspired by international cuisines from all over the world and as a result cater for all tastes and cravings.
If those burger cravings come, there is some seriously tasty options like the helluva falafel, mad monk with coke and guinness pulled pork or holy macaroni all served with fries and slaw. Perhaps you prefer a hearty main like the sweet potato pancake with poached egg and noisette bearnaise. If not, maybe steak and chips will tickle your fancy? Alongside dishes to share and some extra tasty pizzas, The Winged Ox is the ideal spot for any occasion after a day exploring the city centre of Glasgow or long day at work. So for international fare that’s also excellent value for money that is sure to quash those hunger pains, do yourself a favour and book a table at The Winged Ox in St Luke’s today!
Excellent time and the food was brilliant , cant wait to go back. Best idea is to book your table as its very busy which we done so had no problems .
Great food, great atmosphere, great staff, great night. Loved the music and the general buzz of the place and would definitely go back. Loved loved loved the tangerine IPA I had
Wonderful venue next to Glasgow Barras market. Good food at very reasonable prices. Nice drinks menu also well priced. Live music too, and probably the best waiting staff I have encountered in a long time. I will definitely go back.
Food amazing. Great staff and great atmosphere. Definitely be returning.
Attended a gig at St Lukes for the second time and chose this time to eat at The Winged Ox to be on site for doors opening... we will return to St Lukes, but unlikely to have a pre gig meal at The Winged Ox again. Tables are so close together we felt unable to sit comfortably to eat (and both girls are a Size 10!) and we could hear everything at both tables each side of us, probably because the music was "bar loud" rather than restaurant level and diners therefore had to raise their voices to have a conversation. Talking to each other during the meal was therefore very difficult. Our server was very friendly and helpful, but the food was sadly disappointing. Only the pork belly squares starter out of three starters really pleased and only the Winged Ox Burger Main Course was rated as Good... The only dessert ordered was Bread & Butter pudding and it was apparently very good. Overall, not a dining experience we will repeat... we will eat in Merchant City and just come to the Gig...
We've been to the winged ox loads of times since it opened and it's remained a firm favourite with us. Food has always been top class and the staff are the friendliest in any of the places we go. If we ask our wee boy where he would like to go, his answer is always the same...St Luke's! The staff give so much of their time to him (and seem happy to do this) and that means that myself and my husband aren't stressed out about him wandering around talking to everyone! The staff all appear to get on well and look happy at their work with makes for a lovely atmosphere....and as I said earlier the food is always great! We're happy, 3 year old is happy, we will continue to go to the winged ox! Thanks!
Wonderful, from the minute we walked in til the minute we walked out! The staff were so kind and friendly. They made us feel very welcome and nothing was a bother. We took my daughter's dog and she just loved all the attention she received from both the staff and the other customers. The food was amazing and the portions were very substantial! There was also a lot of choice, I can be quite picky sometimes but did not have any complaints regarding the choice or quality of food. There was also a very relaxed atmosphere about the place. We all loved it! Give it a try, I'm sure you will love it!
Fantastic first visit to the Winged Ox and I will most definitely be returning. Food was fantastic and some good deals on too which I wasn’t expecting, staff were equally as good and very attentive too with both food and drinks served to table in great time. Attend gig in the function room too which was sizeable but still intimate for an acoustic/Celtic Connections gig. There were 2 bars open in the function room and again service was good and timely with queues at a minimum all night. I will certainly be returning here in the very near future, highly recommended.
Waited for a few minutes to be seated but no one came, people arriving after me went straight to the bar and someone seated them. Wouldn't have had a problem with this of there wasn't a sign saying "Please Wait Here To Be Seated". Gave up waiting after that and looked for a table with my reservation time and sat down to wait for my friend and her dog. She was 15 minutes late and no one came to my table during that time. Ten minutes later we'd decided what we wanted but still no one had come to the table so we had to get a waiter's attention. Food was ok, I probably won't go back unless there's no where else dog friendly to go. I had been once before over a year ago and didn't have any problems then.
A very, very vibrant atmosphere for a Friday night for two OAP's out for a night of music at St Luke's. The food was excellent! We started by sharing the crab cakes, followed by a "Mad Monk" and Steak Sandwich - huge portions, but we still had room for two superb puddings. On a very busy night, every plate that passed by looked as good as our final order The "kids" who looked after us were terrific, courteous and cheerful - all a credit to the restaurant! A great start to our night.