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If hotel dining conjures up images of starched linen and even starchier service, City Café will come as a pleasant surprise. The spacious, contemporary dining area boasts striking artwork and a popular terrace overlooking the river Clyde, Queens Dock and the Finnieston Crane, plus an ambitious, on-trend menu. Typically lively crowd-pleasers might include marinated Loch Duart salmon with beetroot, dill and radish or pea, broad bean and dolcelatte risotto with fresh pea shoots; otherwise, there are heartier favourites such as well-aged Buccleuch steak-frites or fish and chips in Bitter & Twisted beer batter. Desserts such as almond pannacotta with banana cake and pistachio ice cream maintain the high standard, while set deals take in a two-course lunch (£9.95) and a three-course dinner (£18.95).


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Essential Details for City Café Glasgow

  • Address: Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, Finnieston Quay, Glasgow G3 8HN
  • Telephone: 0141 240 1002
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  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 12N-2.30pm 5-10pm

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