New Glasgow restaurants: Cut opens in Bothwell today. Pic: Facebook.
New Glasgow restaurants? Step this way...
Is Bothwell in Glasgow? It has a Glasgow postcode...
Well whether it is or isn't in Glasgow, we're counting it as part of the city for the purposes of this blog post.
Which is to tell you about Cut, a new restaurant which opens today in Bothwell.
Cut is on Old Mill Road in the premises which, until the beginning of this year, housed the Indian Manor at Silverwells.
As their horned logo suggests, beef is the star of the show at Cut.
They source their steaks from Scottish farms and the meat is dry aged for 21 to 35 days.
As well as the usual rump, sirloin, rib-eye and fillet options, Cut offers two signature cuts: a cote du boeuf and a T-bone steak.
There are also Porterhouse, tomahawk and Chateaubriand sharing steaks.
New Glasgow restaurants: Cut
If beef doesn't float your boat, there are plenty of other options.
Seafood fans could start with half a dozen Cumbrae oysters, char grilled prawns with chilli jam or soft shell crab with a sweetcorn purée.
Fish main courses include grilled fillets of sole, seared scallops with butternut squash or our old friend fish 'n' chips.
Veggie choices include a starter of grilled asparagus with a poached egg, lemon and olive oil plus a main course of cauliflower steak with an olive and tomato salsa, balsamic onions and truffle chips.
The market menu is available in three forms. Three courses are £15 and two are £12. Or you could just have a main course for £9.
Cut also offers bar bites. As well as meat, seafood and veggie grazing platters, there are dishes such as slider burgers, crispy squid and buffalo wings.
There is also kids' menu that ranges from vegetable dippers and mini-burgers to a mini fillet of beef with mash or fries, carrots and gravy.
The 5pm Dining blog wishes Cut a full reservation book for many years to come.
Keep checking back on the blog for more new Glasgow restaurants.