Cail Bruich, one of the best restaurants in the city, closed in line with government advice last month and have been absent from the local food scene for the first time since they opened 12 years ago. Now the Great Western Road stalwart has announced a comeback of sorts with a new takeaway and home delivery service.
The Cail Bruich at Home menu is now online here.
You can book your takeaway collection time or delivery slots which will be available on Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays, starting on 30th April.
Delivery will be available to G3, G11, G12, G13 postcodes Thursday – Saturday, G63 and G76 postcodes on a Friday and Saturday.
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725 Gt Western Rd, G12 8QX / 0141 334 6265
Cail Bruich is known for beautiful food and an innovative approach to fine dining. The family-run restaurant and bar currently holds a 3 AA Rosette status and was included in the latest Michelin Guide, although they are inexplicably reluctant to present brothers Paul and Chris Charalambous with a star.
When the Good Food Guide 2020 announced the best places to eat in the UK, Cail Bruich was included in the top 50 restaurants in the country. Last year the dining room was given a new look to mark the tenth anniversary of the Great Western Road stalwart.
Menus rotate in harmony with the seasons. Produce arrives daily from local suppliers including Loch Fyne Sea Farms, Highland Game Company and Isle of Skye Shellfish, combined with ingredients provided by the kitchen’s own garden and a team of foragers. Glasgowist readers compliment their confident cooking and attentive staff.