Chelsea Market –
1146 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8TF

Happy Easter! Today’s post is a restaurant one. March’s Date Night took us to the West – to Chelsea Market in Finnieston. I believe Chelsea Market opened around December 2016. I can’t quite remember where I heard about it but the vintage-come-bistro aesthetic caught my eye, so we checked out the menu. There’s a classic selection of main dishes available – steak, lamb, shellfish, poultry. The menu nods to the vegetarians among us with two options, but mainly caters to an omnivore-friendly audience.

We opted for the Peterhead Hake, and the Red Deer – how Scottish – with a side of winter buttered greens. The portions are small but perfectly formed, and very delicious.

chelsea market menu
chelsea market menu
chelsea market interior
chelsea market cocktail
chelsea market hake
chelsea market red deer
chelsea market winter greens

The service was super friendly and efficient. Complimentary bread is always a nice touch, particularly when served with some oil and seeds. Very unique, and a lovely little starter. We also chose some cocktails to pair with our meal. I can’t find their cocktail menu online but they have a great selection. The bar area looked like a great place to sit and have a drink/catch up too; they have a lot on offer.

We finished our meal with the Crème Caramel which was beautiful. It came served with salted oats and smoked raisins – a perfect example of how Chelsea Market introduce a unique twist to a classic dish. Overall a great experience – the restaurant is not too crowded, service and food were both great, and the prices reasonable for the quality. Highly recommended. And thanks for reading.

chelsea market creme caramel
chelsea market exterior