The Blythswood Square restaurant in Glasgow is a favourite of 5pm diners, receiving great reviews and 4.3/5 overall in 5pm ratings. Here are four reasons why we think you should dine at Blythswood Square.
1. Beautiful surroundings
The grand beauty of the Blythswood property and its situation in one of Glasgow’s great squares make it a special place to dine. Plus the inside is just as a grand but comfortable not stuffy with harris tweed and button back booths.
2. For a glorious afternoon tea
This is the type of place afternoon tea was designed for. The Blythswood afternoon tea offers twists on the traditional: savoury options include goats cheese and caramelised red onion sandwich on brown bread, mini brioche roll filled with egg mayonnaise and smoked salmon and cream cheese mini bagel.
Sweet treats include raspberry and candy floss cone, dark chocolate and beetroot brownie and mini spiced apple tart with cinnamon mousse.
All afternoon teas include a loose leaf tea and as a bonus you’ll be offered your choice of Bonbon form the Bonbon selection to take home to continue the experience.
£28 per person for Blythswood Square afternoon tea – book here.
3. If you’re going to the Hydro
If you’re going to the Hydro the restaurants in Finnieston can get booked up very quickly prior to a concert.
Did you know the Blythswood offers a free coach to the Hydro if you book their pre-concert offer? No need to worry about expensive parking charges near the Hydro either and you can relax and enjoy a delicious meal.
Pre-concert Hydro offer – £25 for 2 courses from the market menu + coach to Hydro – book here.
4. Sunday roast
It always feels like a treat when you go out for a hearty Sunday lunch and the Blythswood have a great offer. For only £49 2 people can get a three course Sunday roast each and a bottle of wine to share. If you go on the last Sunday of the month you’ll also get to enjoy live jazz with your meal from the Jazz Main.
£49 two person offer – 3 course Sunday roast each + bottle of wine – available here.