Fine dining, an extensive wine list and Chateaubriand steak among the popular options at Michelin-starred Martin Wishart's Glasgow branch
Glasgow’s pride still stings for its lack of a Michelin Star restaurant since Gordon Ramsay shut Amaryllis in 2003, but that might be about the change with the arrival of The Honours – the latest venture of multi Michelin-starred chef Martin Wishart. The sister restaurant of Wishart’s Edinburgh establishment of the same name is located in the vaulted-ceilinged basement of the Malmaison hotel (formerly St Jude’s Episcopal church, built in 1838). It’s flawlessly smart fine dining, with standouts from the menu including the 500g (as in half-a-kilo) Chateaubriand steak for two, prepared on one of Glasgow’s few Josper high-temperature charcoal grills. As you’d expect for a place with Michelin aspirations, it’s not cheap, but then neither is it prohibitively expensive – their prix fixe and “le weekend” menus offer great deals.
|Venue name:||The Honours Glasgow|
278 West George Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat: lunch noon-2.30pm, dinner 6–10pm; Sunday: lunch 12.30–3pm, dinner 6–10pm|