Stravaigin is situated in Glasgow’s West End, just a short walk from Kelvinbridge Subway station.
From the moment you step inside, it’s clear that this place has a lot of heart; roaring fires, salvaged wood, cosy nooks and mountains of interesting whiskeys, wines and beers gives you an idea of Stravaigin’s unique sense of style and approach to their menus.
This place is a well known haven for foodies, as Stravaigin strives to keep above the curve by introducing new flavours and world foods in a sleek, sexy, street style; not dissimilar from the popular street-food vendors popping up in cities around the globe. Despite being on top of, perhaps even ahead of trend - don’t get me wrong, there’s absolutely no pretension here.
What you see is very much what you get - and the scenery is quite spectacular to say the least. Stavaigin’s rustic style is very homely - a perfect backdrop with an unbeatable atmosphere. The menus are confident, boasting a mix of styles, tastes and flavours which are infallible. Everything works so well. Stravaigin’s cuisine is quite hard to define - being a blend of Indonesian, Indian, Chinese and Scottish dishes combined. But why define something that tastes so good?
There’s something in Stravaigin for everyone. Whether you pop in for a delicious baozi, settle in for a feat of their award-winning haggis, neeps and tatties or stop by on a Sunday morning for one of Stravaigin’s famous breakfasts… you’ll not regret your decision to sample something from this Glasgow institution.
Stravaigin, 28 Gibson Street, Glasgow, G12 8NX