Most often after visiting a restaurant we tend not to return and review for a long period of time. Cail Bruich for us is an exception to the rule as it is local, and always delivers a top quality dining experience.
So we can get straight into the enjoyable stuff, any further information you want on the restaurant can be find (here).
After noticing online that the restaurant was offering their spring seasonal tasting menu for just £39, we knew we had to visit. After a brief walk around the busy West End, we arrived at the restaurant full of anticipation. We were warmly greeted and shown our menus for the evening. Knowing what we wanted, we saved time and ordered two spring tasting menu's.
Here is what we were served:
|Olives & Nuts|
|Smoked Haddock Croquette|
|Crispy Haggis Balls|
|Sourdough Country Loaf|
|Sea Trout, Smoked Cauliflower|
|Hay Smoked Mousseline, Wild Herbs, Black Garlic|
|Duck, Glazed Chicory, Spiced Date|
|Strawberry, Gin & Tonic Granite, Apple Soda|
With this being our sixth visit to Cail Bruich, we were delighted to find the dishes as exciting and beautifully crafted as ever. Through the years we have noticed a gradual improvement in standards each visit. We are happy to report this visit was our best yet. The restaurant now has 3 AA Rosettes, which we feel it deserves.
On our first couple of visits to Cail Bruich before we had the blog, we found the service to be slightly below par. This is certainly not the case now. It's pleasing to see the service has grown with the food, and is now amongst some of the best you will encounter in Glasgow.
With the Glasgow food scene now flourishing, we feel Cail Bruich sits comfortable as the top restaurant in the City. Having now tried the lunch, market, and tasting menu's at Cail bruich, you can be sure whatever you choose you won't be disappointed.