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The Winged Ox

City Centre · International · ££££
188 Reviews

About The Winged Ox

Dear diners, the restaurant does not accept online bookings for drinks. To book for drinks, please contact the restaurant directly.

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.

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The Winged Ox
17 Bain Street, City Centre
Glasgow G40 2JZ

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 10:00 am
10:00 am - 12:00 am
10:00 am - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am
12:00 pm - 12:00 am

Chef's Choice



Fully Loaded Nachos


The Best Wings in Town - Classic or Boneless (5 PC)


Bayou Fried Shrimp in Winged Ox Hot Sauce



Grilled Lemon Chicken, Pineapple & Feta Salad


Creole Chicken


Flat Iron Steak



Mac & Cheese


Beef & Black Eye Pea Chilli




Menu (General)

Winged Ox Food Menu

Every Day - All Day

Winged Ox Drinks Menu

Every Day - All Day

Sunday Bloody Brunch Menu

Every Day - All Day
Having a party?

Organising a party? Want to stay longer? Have a special request?

Further Information

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!

188 The Winged Ox Reviews

Jojo S.2 days ago · 1 review

Love this place! Staff are so friendly. My dog was treated like a special guest and enjoyed his doggy sausage and rice. Human food is fab too, and the Drygate Ale is a perfect accompaniment! First time here, I'll definitely be back.

Fiona T.2 days ago · 1 review

Great staff who were very attentive and made our experience fun! Would definitely return. Food was delicious and served in a good time after we ordered. Great menu selection and daily specials.

Elaine F.2 days ago · 2 reviews

Friendly staff, good service and nice food. Large glass of wine a bit expensive at £9.50, although price on a par with many other city centre establishments. All in, a very pleasant experience and looking forward to returning.

Malcolm M.6 days ago · 1 review

Excellent menu , nice friendly atmosphere , good choice of food , table ready before booked time , repeat customer well worth a visit & recommended

Lynsey M.a year ago · 1 review

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!

Thomas P.7 months ago · 1 review

Second visit to the winged ox. Last Thursday being my first. But was dramatic change in food quality. I invited 4 friends with me this time as was so happy with previous week. Food service. Staff were all great so much so I bought all staff a drink. But Saturday was realy disappointing spent £120 on food bill but much of the food was left. Pork Nellie bites were dripping of fat. Chicken wings were pink in the middle. Boneless wings were fine. One of the steaks was sent back as not cooked to order. Nachos with chillie witch I thought were home cooked must have been bottom of the bag as were all broke and a bowl of crumbs. Rice was under cooked. Saturday was realy busy compared to Thursday so don't know if this is the ushal standard for a busy day as Thursday was not so busy and amazing. I will be back as hope this may have just been a bad day. Service and staff were still lovely. Just food quality realy poor.

Greig S.4 months ago · 1 review

We had a really nice dinner at The Winged Ox! The atmosphere was relaxed and the service friendly and attentive. I would highly recommend a visit, especially if you are going to see a gig at St Lukes next door.

Charles B.2 months ago · 2 reviews

Nicely cooked flat-iron steaks with hand cut chips which were lovely. We had a voucher for these so added a sauce each and some quite nice Chilean red. The staff were very friendly and attentive, making sure we had what we needed. There is a very relaxed atmosphere and everything feels informal, which is nice. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and although it is slightly tricky to get to from the centre of Glasgow, we will be back.

charlotte c.9 months ago · 1 review

We ate here at hogmany food was great , staff attentive and the party for hogmany was good and well organised. If I had 1 gripe it would be that a piper for the bells would have finished the night off, we had 4 English friends with us and it would have been a real treat for them but a great night had by all. Its our second visit, was there for a gig a few weeks ago. Look forward to our next visit.

Rosemary M.a year ago · 1 review

Looks like a fantastic venue and we would really like to return to hear the big band only thing we didn't like was the TV screens on every wall. The staff very pleasant and attentive, the steak was cooked perfectly and the wine was lovely. I don't drink beer but my husband does and was very impressed with the range and quality.

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