Bearsden (/ˌbɛərzˈdɛn/ ( listen)) is a town in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, on the northwestern fringe of Greater Glasgow. Approximately 6 miles (10 km) from Glasgow City Centre, the town is effectively a suburb, and its housing development coincided with the 1863 introduction of a railway line. The town was named after Bearsden railway station, which was named after a nearby cottage.
Things to do in Bearsden
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Award- winning restaurant in the heart of Glasgow's West End. Number 16 is a cosy, well established and much loved neighbourhood favourite offering quality food, friendly service and great value in relaxed surroundings. Run by a tight- knit, experienced and dedicated team; Number 16 is proud to bring fresh and unusual ideas to modern Scottish cooking. Our ever- changing menu features imaginative, balanced flavours; strong international influences and a commitment to using seasonal produce. We strive to make each dining experience a relaxing, unique and memorable one for every customer. In 2010, Number 16 was awarded an Eat Scotland Silver Award and won best restaurant in the 'Smart But Casual' category at the annual Glasgow Restaurant Awards.In December 2011 Number 16 was awarded an AA Rosette.
My husband and i visited last night during a weekend in Glasgow, after Reading the reviews on TA. We were very impressed. The staff were lovely, attentive but not too in your face.
We dont eat meat and sometimes have a limited choice in restaurants. Our starter had a fancy name I cant remember but was small pasta parcels with truffle and hazelnuts and was delicious. I nearly licked the plate. The following courses were also very good.
All in all, a lovely wedding aniversary celebration. Thank you
4 based on 390 reviews
Food service and lovely Xmas atmosphere. Staff are very attentive
and willing to accomodate your needs parking very easy and also back door access for people with mobility issues no rush to get you out as so many restaurants have at the moment with a 90 minute lunchtime slot.
4 based on 698 reviews
The Burnbrae Bearsden is traditional yet delivers modern standards with the highest level of quality food allied with subtle yet attentive table service. Being very popular with locals, The Burnbrae serves a vast range of Cask Ales, Premium imported Lagers, and a wide range of award winning Wine from around the world. Serving food 7 days, from Breakfast at 8am, and last food order at 10pm at Night. Free WIFI, Plenty of Parking, and a 61 Premier Inn hotel on site
Had a meal here with friends on Saturday night. In fairness the food was fine, what can go wring with fish'n'chips, not a lot. That said the clientele certainly could have been better. I was accosted by a couple of drunks in the bar after...MoreHello, The gentleman in question at your table was dealt with in the appropriate manner. Many thanks for your comments.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Firstly as a disabled customer, it has been renovated and now has a lift making it much more accessible and has air con. The staff are incredibly efficient and always happy to help the food is fresh and made on premises my recommendation is steak pie plus they have tango ice blasts. 3 course for £11.95!!
4.5 based on 445 reviews
For Euro-classic and new lifestyle Mediterranean dishes, traditional and contemporary specialties, authentic recipes from the Tuscany region and a large selection of wines to choose from to accompany your meal.Our restaurant offers a style of dining full of flair and enthusiasm like no other. Our cuisine is presented to you in a warm and relaxing ambiance.We pride ourselves on our hedonistic menus of superb choice and quality at genuine value for money prices.The delicacy of the technique, the luxury in the composition and the finest of wines, are complimented by our friendly staff.We look forward to seeing you.
Excellent food, staff and service. Regular at this restaurant but a last minute booking with friends was great value for money. Staff especially Jim, Lynne and Ashleigh always greet you with a smile and cant do enough for you. Fantastic service, food was amazing (the bread is unbelievable).
4 based on 202 reviews
Ate at Massimo with 3 family. Friendly staff in a lively restaurant. Service was quick initially but lack of service later on after main course.
Large kids pizza was huge and too much for our youngster who has a healthy appetite.
Pasta dishes were average in our opinion and lacked flavour. I had the chicken and spinach which became chilly quickly and a little congealed and stodgy.
Fine for a quick supper.
4 based on 185 reviews
Relaxed daytime dining. A stylish and welcoming place to meet for breakfast, brunch & lunch. Locally roasted coffee and loose leaf tea make a perfect accompaniment to our cakes and scones which are all made in house by our specialist bakers. No booking necessary. Childrens menu. open 7 days
We planned for brunch but didn't make it there until lunch. They don't take bookings for small groups and it wasn't a problem getting a table. The breakfast menu was available all day and had great choice. Food was delicious and generous portions. Orange juice was really small for the price. Inside was lovely and we didn't feel rushed at all. Would return.
4.5 based on 180 reviews
My Home Bakery is a small but eloquent bakery in the heart of the west end of Glasgow. We're located less than 5 minutes' walk from Kelvinhall subway station. We sell a range of cakes, savouries and breads all freshly baked in shop. We also offer a variety of gluten free, vegetarian and vegan savouries and cakes.
I stay just around the corner from this lovely little bakery and the shop, staff, food, cakes and drinks are all wonderful.
Good selection of food and options for vegetarians. Humus and baked crisps are unbelievably delicious.
The only reason I struggle to give it 5 stars is that it's not exactly cheap. You'd get a small bite, coffee and cake for little change out of £10.
But as a little treat...it's one of the best around.
4.5 based on 226 reviews
Green Gates is specialising in 'Home Style' regional cuisine from North and South India. It merges the talents of Balram Bhatia and Tarun Wadhwa, who both trained in India, before working as Manager and Head Chef respectively for the legendary and multi award winning Mother India and Wee Curry Shop restaurants.
Found this great restaurant whilst visiting family in Renfrew. We love Indian food and visit our local restaurant, which is really good, regularly, so we were concerned this one might not meet our usual standards. We were not disappointed. The staff are lovely, knowledgeable and attentive, (but not too much). The meal was fab, but special mention has to go to the veg pakora, which were divine and the peshwari naan which was the best I've tasted. Portions are generous, very tasty and we will definitely be back. You can even get a doggie bag to take home if needed. It's also good that you can see into the kitchen, which looked well run, organised and clean. Only negative and it's a small one, is that the water is served in metal goblets which give a metallic taste but it's easy enough to ask for a glass.
4.5 based on 102 reviews
Nestled in the heart of Bearsden, we're cooking outstanding Scottish fare with the finest seasonal Scottish produce. Monadh Kitchen is a contemporary Scottish restaurant nestled in the heart of Bearsden. All our dishes are cooking outstanding Scottish fare with the finest seasonal produce.
My friend myself and my partner had dinner here as it was her 60th birthday and we wanted something special .My partner and I had been previously and it was superb.We were not disappointed and once again food was amazing ,service was super friendly and...MoreHi, Thank you very much for taking the time to leave such a lovely review, we are happy to hear everyone had a lovely time and your friend enjoyed her 60th birthday meal. We hope to see you again soon. Thanks Martin & Sharlene
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