With its baronial Brigadoon vibe, swathes of mahogany, stained glass and tartan carpets, The Buttery is a Glasgow institution that has been feeding the city for decades. Seafood queens The Two Fat Ladies pitched up here in 2007 and has made the place their own since then, overlaying the venue’s luxurious demeanour with their trademark fish cookery. Expect an eclectic menu that roams around the globe for the likes of seared peppered swordfish loin with Mediterranean vegetables, black olives and harissa, sea bream with warm shredded fennel, pink grapefruit and mint salad or king prawns with apple, sweet ginger and lemongrass-scented rice. Meat eaters might fancy loin of pork with Welsh rarebit glaze, balsamic sweet potatoes and Madeira jus, while puds run from warm banana and toffee crêpes to Black Forest gateau. Set lunches and theatre deals offer excellent value.