For bookings of 6 or more, please call us on 0141 331 1901 to arrange, otherwise: Book a table
Join us for a wonderful meal celebrating the mightiest of Scottish cuisine! A three-course vegan Burns Supper! Tickets available here
Burns Supper Menu
Jerusalem Artichoke Soup with Miso & Crisps
Shiitake & Brown Lentil Haggis, Smoked Mash, Turnip & Vanilla Purée, Whisky & Mustard Sauce
Candied Coconut Cranachan, Dried Raspberries
Each course will be paired with a complimentary dram of malt whisky, selected by our good friends at the National Whisky Festival.
One of The Herald‘s “SCOTLAND’S BEST RESTAURANTS” – 26th March 2016
“A must visit.” – Ron MacKenna The Herald 9th January 2016
“This vegan comfort food felt like the promised hug.” – Kirsty McLuckie The Scotsman 27th October 2015
We serve Asian-inspired vegan food, all freshly prepared in our wee kitchen.
Our kitchen is open from noon until 10pm, 7 days a week.
Our menu generally consists of 10-15 small plates/bowls, with an emphasis on sharing. Available dishes change on a daily basis. We recommend a couple of dishes per person.
We also do takeaway. As the menu varies from day to day we advise ordering upon arrival at the bar rather than phoning. Wait time is not normally longer than 10 minutes.
Here’s some nice things people have said about eating here:
“A must visit. 8/10”
“Everything we ate sparkled with flavour.”
“[E]very dish we have eaten has been prepared to an extremely high standard.” – Ron MacKenna The Herald 9th January 2016
“If the staff are any indicator of its wholesomeness, I’d say they are doing well; The Hug and Pint is staffed by shiny happy folk with friendly beards, cheerful hair and unthreatening specs. They are all tall, lithe, young and look very healthy – a good sign. And perhaps it is only carnivorous waiters who sometimes can give off an air of exasperation with early diners who have kids in tow; here there was nothing but charm and enthusiasm for the food. They really wanted us to order something we would enjoy.” – Kirsty McLuckie The Scotsman 27th October 2015
“Anyone who thinks that vegan dishes are ersatz versions of their meaty cousins need only try the black aubergine at The Hug and Pint in Glasgow. Silken strands of the fruit glisten in a chilli bean oil, soy, vinegar and black pepper sauce – hefty and complex.” i (from The Independent) 12th October 2015
Some photographs of our food:
FYI: kids are welcome to dine when accompanied by a responsible adult. If you require a high-chair, please add this to your booking in the notes section!
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