29 – The Grill on the Square
Popular with many 5pm Diners, 29 in Royal Exchange Square has an educated steak menu of primarily Scottish beef but also featuring Wagyu and USDA beef.
We spoke to Head Chef David Friel who gave us some fantastic insights into the different cuts of steak available from a cow.
£16.50 for 2 courses on lunch/pre-theatre menu and a free dram of Whyte & Mackay – book here.
Meat by name, meat by nature, and you’ll find a good bavette steak at The Meat Bar. The Bavette meat is found once the flank and fat has been taken off and needs to be cooked expertly to make the most of this, traditionally less tender, meat. Some 5pm diners have had it, here’s what they have to say:
Great food, good service, nice and relaxed yet superb quality food! Couldn’t even manage a pudding!!!! Rabbit meatballs, lovely steak – if you are a MEAT lover, then get a table booked here asap!!!!!
The place does smell a bit of smoked meat but I guess that’s you be expected. The chicken liver pate with apricot chutney was delicious as was the bavette stea, which was cooked perfectly medium rare. The rabbit and bacon meatballs were good. Service was excellent, really friendly and attentive.
£15 for 2 courses on 5pm menu – book here.
The Honours, Glasgow Malmaison
Sharing is caring, so they say, and The Honours 5pm’s Chateaubriand offer (available on weekends only) is ideal for meat lovers who want stare lovingly into each other’s eyes over a delicious cut of meat.
If you didn’t know already The Honours was developed by Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart and this reputation and quality has been translated into the Honours’ dishes.
The best selling dish on the menu, this is a magnificent 500g piece of the finest Donald Russell grass fed, dry aged steak.
The Chateaubriand comes with duck fat chips, onion rings, green salad and sauce béarnaise and includes a small glass of house wine plus tea/coffee per person – £50 per couple.
£50 2 person offer – Chateaubriand & sides + glass of wine & tea/coffee – book here.
Wednesday is steak night at Barolo Grill, an Italian city centre restaurant who’s steaks are matured on the bone for flavour. The restaurant is a member of the Scottish Beef Club ensuring quality and provenance in their meat.
On Wednesdays you can two sirloin steaks with sauce, chips and a bottle of wine for £40 (plus for the month of May a dram of Whyte & MacKay). The sirloins are 21 day dry aged and from award winning butcher Simon Howie of Perth.
£40 2 person Steak Night Offer + bottle of wine and a free dram of Whyte & Mackay – book here.
Le Bistro Beaumartin
A little French bistro in the centre of Glasgow, Le Bistro Beaumartin have a fantastic offer on 5pm for sirloin steak frites which you can enjoy with a delicious bottle of French wine in authentic Gallic surroundings.
Reviews of people who’ve had the offer before comment on “steaks cooked to perfection”, “perfect steaks” and the “fantastic value” of the offer.
If this sounds tempting, here’s the offer:
£30 per couple for 2 6oz sirloin steaks frites with pepper sauce. Includes a bottle of house wine to share – book here.
Tempus at Grand Central
Located in the landmark Grand Central hotel, Tempus offers gorgeous historic surroundings to enjoy their 5pm steak offer: £29.50 per couple for a 6oz sirloin steak each served with fries and tomato and also includes a bottle of house wine to share. Here’s what 5pm Diners have to say about it:
Booked this deal last minute steak and bottle of wine. I would highly recommend this food was fab. Foods came out piping hot and the steak melted in your mouth well done Chef. Caron Smith
Took advantage of the steak offer, best choice I have made in a long time, it was lovely and value for money, will definitely return. Ann Willoughby
Booked the steak and bottle of wine deal, excellent value and steak was cooked to perfection. Service was excellent too. Brian Cassady.
£29.50 2 person offer – 2 steaks + bottle of wine – book here.