Ubiquitous Chip (West End)

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Ubiquitous Chip (West End) Address 12 Ashton Lane, West End, Glasgow G12 8SJ
Ubiquitous Chip (West End) Phone 0141 334 5007
Ubiquitous Chip (West End) Opening Hours Daily : 11am - 1am
Ubiquitous Chip (West End) Food Price £35 - £60 per pax
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What people say about Ubiquitous Chip (West End)

50 reviews
  • The Ubiquitous Chip on Ashton Lane is known as a Glasgow institution and their downstairs restaurant brings back memories of Christmas Eve 2012 and all the merriment that comes with good food &

  • We had our glad rags on and we were sat in a cute little corner table that felt like we were in our own sub room

  • When we arrived there was a special nut free menu for him

  • The pre starter was eaten before I could remember to write down details

  • It was a bit like a gazpacho with a creamy foam if I remember correctly

  • Islay scallops with crispy pork no less

  • The scallops were lifted by the salty pork and the sweet cider

  • We swapped around with me having fish for my main and himself having meat

  • T really do it for me with this dish but I&rsquo

  • Mr S tasted it and thought the ham in the dish was lovely so it was probably just me

  • Next to me was fillet steak au poivre

  • Each element of the dish was individually delicious and

  • S famous Caledonian oatmeal ice cream with fruit compote&rsquo

  • The presentation was impressive

  • A meal at the restaurant at the Chip is always special

  • Even loved the old guy at the table next to us with the booming laugh

  • No use in being in a silent restaurant with no atmosphere

  • The food is among the best in Glasgow and the service is both formal &

  • I am that kind of exerciser that I need a treat afterwards) and I then decided that it is firmly one of my Glasgow favourites

  • It is multi faceted with the posh restaurant

  • My only complaint is that they share the same four ladies toilets &ndash

  • S such an old building that they are working with that I half forgive them but the drinks aren&rsquo

  • Earthy spelt and root veg casserole with a sherry gravy &ndash

  • If I was Greg from Masterchef I would have said that it took me in from the cold like a big hug and it was solid cooking

  • Not because they are unadventurous

  • Because if the description of the roasted Ayrshire chicken breast dish on the menu translated then it was going to be a less than average choice

  • Our first dessert was from the specials menu

  • As soon as I saw chocolate ganache I was having it but the dish was more than just ganache

  • Milk gel and chocolate ganache were accompanied with chocolate crumble &ndash

  • Such a chocolately dish it was not horribly sweet or cloying

  • The presentation for each dish is carefully thought out to make you want to dive in

  • M surprised none of the staff came over to check everything was okay with us just staring at the food

  • I have always found the staff friendly and this visit was no exception

  • Our waitress was on hand when we needed her but was also happy to let us sit chatting for a while after eating

  • This famous Glaswegian restaurant on Ashton Lane is a stronghold of culinary excellence and has stood the test of time

  • The interior is unique and unpretentious yet luxurious think double volume "

  • Their wine list is very extensive and more like a wine bible

  • The level of food quality is outstanding you can tell that only the best produce and ingredients are used

  • Efficient and friendly and the overall dining experience was definitely worth the price

  • The venison haggis (don't ask what is it before u eat it) I found it not bad but it's a Scottish plate that is nice to try

  • The wine we ordered was also the waiter's recommendation and it was the perfect match with the steak au poivre

  • Wine is excellent but it is without doubt the staff that make the experience 5 star

  • The service is formal but not unfriendly

  • It was graduation week so they were under the pump but we never felt rushed

  • My cod was fresh beautifully cooked and served with simple grain side

  • The only disappointment was my mums steak

  • Very tasty it was meant to be a sirloin and looked more like a very thin pathetic minute steak

  • A must if visiting and the lane is interesting with some great little bars next door

  • The desserts are the most memorable

  • Starter dishes sizes are great for tasting

Ubiquitous Chip (West End) Specialties

  • Scottish
  • British
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