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Wee Lochan

Wee Lochan is a seafood restaurant, but it’s also a whole lot more. The unconventional restaurant, operated by Aisla and Rupert Staniforth, has dared to be different. Not afraid to take risks with their cuisine, the pair have thrown convention to the wind, and Glasgow’s diners are all the better off for it. The restaurant, situated on the Crow Road, attracts a healthy pre-theatre crowd as well as more casual customers who are simply eager to see what all the fuss is about. “The fuss” comes in the form of a seasonal menu that’s packed with bold, inventive cuisine. Pan-fried fillet of seabass is served with braised monkfish cheeks; supreme of guinea fowl is paired with colcannon mash, caramelised apple, crispy bacon and cider sauce; and warm tartlet of asparagus and parmesan comes with crushed potatoes. Hungry yet? You should be. While some meals serve primarily to stop your stomach from rumbling, Wee Lochan is something more: a dining experience you’ll be waxing lyrical about until the next time – and there’s always a next time. After feasting yourself on the finest meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes, save a little space for dessert. Will it be the sticky toffee pudding or the saffron poached pear? It’s a tough decision but one you’re going to have to make.

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340 Crow Rd
G11 7HT

0141 338 6606



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It's always a pleasure to come here and receive the same warm welcome. Our food was first class as usual - such imagination goes into the menu and creates great flavours - there is always something to tempt. It is my ambition to make it to the dessert menu in order to do it justice - take away puddings perhaps!

- Greg K - 14-03-2018

Fantastic sea food, lovely restaurant and great staff. Especially good to sit outside on a warm sunny day.

- Ross Whiteford - 30-09-2016