Find out what International restaurants to try in Kirkintilloch. Kirkintilloch (/ˌkɜːrkɪnˈtɪləx/; Scottish Gaelic: Cair Cheann Tulaich) is a town and former royal burgh in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It lies on the Forth and Clyde Canal and on the south side of Strathkelvin, about 8 miles (13 km) northeast of central Glasgow. Historically part of Dunbartonshire, the town is the administrative centre of the East Dunbartonshire council area, and its population in 2009 was estimated at 19,700.
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4 based on 92 reviews
Our hotel is 200m from the Forth and Clyde Canal and National Cycle Route 754. Just a 1-minute walk from the village's main shopping and dining main street. Only 1.6 miles from Scot rail trains and 9.2 miles from central Glasgow. Local buses also availabl
after others hÃ´tels and very good restaurants this one was lower level spÃ©cially the food. My plate was very commun. Nice staff.Thank you for your review, we can only apologise you didn't enjoy our food. We hope you do pop back in again!
4 based on 367 reviews
The staff were very helpful and there was a good choice on the menu. The service was very good with staff ensuring that we had all the information we needed.
3 based on 12 reviews
Went along on 3 Jan 2013 for their pre-theatre deal prior to visiting the panto at the Pavilion. I had rung ahead to see if they still accepted the Gourmetcard and was told that it was fine. The restaurant itself is very nice and absolutely huge and as we were there at 5.30 at opening time, were the first in. Only 2 other groups joined us before we had to leave so there were more staff in the restaurant than customers to be sure. Most people seemed to be enjoying the bar menu instead. We were able to use it for the 3 course deal and got it on a 50% off food basis. Not much choice on menu but very nice food. We both had soup to start and it was cream of corgette and celery. Unusual but on a cold evening, it was rather welcomed. I opted for the fish dish which was fish + chips + very nicely served. Very nice for sure. My husband David swithered on fish but chose to pay the Â£7.50 supplement and have the sirloin steak. Ernest, the waiter, advised that they were rather famous for their steak deals here. When it arrived (very well done as requested), you could have put it in your eye it was so small! Surprisingly though, David said it was delicious but just not enough of it. I think if there had been 3 on his plate, it would have been enough. I had the cheese and oatcakes for desert and David had a very nice cheesecake. All in all pretty good though Â£6.75 for a glass of wine and Â£4.50 for a budweisser is really expensive, but it is a hotel. Would return for another visit sometime. Cheers. Janice Xx
4 based on 376 reviews
We came off the overnight sleeper and had breakfast here as its just around the corner from the station. The food and tea/coffee were excellent, the cakes looked so delicious it was impossible to choose which one to have, apparently all made on site. As is usually the case with Glasgow nice friendly staff.
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