view our christmas menu and book (view)
dram awards 2012'
we're proud to announce we were the gold winner in the 'repertoire gastro pub of the year' category in dram magazine's annual awards, view here
olive alternative restaurant awards
the left bank wins 'credit crunch crusaders' in the BBC's Olive Magazine alternative restaurant awards (read)
rated 2nd by peter irvine in the 2010 edition of 'scotland the best for glasgow breakfasts'
quick quotes from both reviewers & customers (read)
view a quick slideshow of images of the left bank or visit our gallery page
christmas 2013: our festive menu is now available to view here
the left bank, serving delicious home cooking from breakfast 'til supper in a comfortable, inviting bar & kitchen. using seasonal and local produce wherever possible. our extensive menus include bar snacks, smoothies, cocktails, coffees, brunch, lunch, all day mains and an evening menu and an extensive range of wines available by the glass
(seasonal products and dishes may be subject to availability).
open: mon-fri 9am-midnight, sat & sun 10am-midnight, food till10pm seven days, dining with children under 14; only till 8pm due to licensing laws
-general enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
(please phone (0141 339 5969) or pop in for reservations)
access: the left bank is accessible from street level without stairs and has bathroom facilities for disabled users.
the two figs: our sister bar/restaurant to the left bank
at 5 & 9 byres rd, g12 (more info)
the bungo: at 17-21 nithsdale rd, g41 (more info)
the left bank is proud to use local, independent suppliers:
MacCallum's of Troon, 71 Houldsworth St, G3 8ED,
Green City Wholefoods, 23 Fleming St, G31 1PQ,
Iain Mellis Cheesemonger, 492 Gt Western Rd, G12 8EW,
Cream o' Galloway Dairy Company, Rainton, Dumfries and Galloway, DG7 2DR.
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