Formerly La Boca, The Drunken Cow Bar and Kitchen is on Hope Street, in Glasgow city centre.
Once a tapas bar, it now specialises in Scottish beef. More specifically, it serves beef from Cairnhill Farm in Girvan.
A fourth generation, family-owned farm, Cairnhill benefits from lush Ayrshire pastures which produce high quality beef with fine grained marbling.
The meat is dry aged for a minimum of 36 days before being cooked to customer’s specification at The Drunken Cow Bar and Kitchen
Beef restaurant in city centre
Along with sirloin, rib-eye and fillet steaks, The Drunken Cow Bar and Kitchen serves nine different burgers which can all be further customised by a wide selection of toppings.
At the top of the tree is the £15 Wagyu burger. It is made with beef from the much sought after Wagyu breed of cattle.
Traditionally, these cattle led very pampered lives being massaged and fed beer.
Aside from beef, diners can order quarter or half portions of corn-fed, free range chicken or the chicken Caesar salad.
Naturally, there are plenty of side orders to choose from.
The sides include three varieties of chips which can be loaded with toppings such as chilli con carne, dry cured bacon and goat’s cheese.
Cheesecake, strawberry tarts or a selection of Scottish cheeses bring everything to an end.
The Drunken Cow Bar and Kitchen lunch menu for £5
As well as the main menu, The Drunken Cow Bar and Kitchen runs a keenly priced lunch menu.
A fiver will buy you mac ‘n’ cheese, chilli con carne, a steak and Guinness pie or the house classic burger.
You can add fries for £1.
Conveniently, the Pavilion Theatre, Theatre Royal and Cine World are all a short walk from The Drunken Cow Bar and Kitchen.