Ox and Finch
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Review

Ox and Finch

4 out of 5 stars

Find small plates done well at this slick Sauchiehall Street restaurant

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Time Out says

What’s the vibe?

Opened in 2014, Ox and Finch is still one of Glasgow’s most exciting restaurants. You’ll need to book well in advance if you want to secure a table to try its selection of small plates. This spot is rustic, with low-light ambience and a kind of exclusive feel, but don’t worry – you don’t need to be in your Sunday best. 

What are prices like?

All plates are small and designed to be shared. Prices range from £4-15 per plate, and you’ll probably be looking at around £50 per head. 

What should I order? 

Ox and Finch makes something spectacular out of simple, fresh ingredients. Its 200g dry aged rump fillet with diane sauce is a stand out, but all the meat dishes here are pretty special. Vegetables also deserve a spotlight, like the fried artichokes with garlic yogurt and burnt Aleppo butter. If you don’t usually go for desserts, take a risk; the amaro averna semifreddo, blood orange and pistachio will not disappoint. 

What’s worth visiting nearby?

The tenement house, a brilliant museum that tells the story of the iconic tenement buildings in Glasgow is not too far away. 

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Details

Address
920 Sauchiehall Street
Glasgow
G3 7TF
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