It was SO busy! We got a fried haggis sandwich, mac n cheese pie and a steak pie to take away. All were delicious.
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A nice atmostpheric cafe/ bistro with no nomsense good food very nicely presented. Basic fish and chips but with a different twist.
I've been to Old Salty's several times and have tried many things on the menu--everything is wonderful. Nothing disappoints. Service can be a little chaotic if you're sitting upstairs during a busy lunch hour, but the tables downstairs are generally more comfortable and give you...More
Love this place as you can have a range of food in an easy, relaxed setting. We went for fish and chips and a pizza. Great to have the choice. No greasy spoons here just great fish and chips and lovely pizza. Not a massive...More
Having had a most enjoyable eating experience in this place some time ago, we decided to re-visit it on a recent visit to Glasgow. That previous experience was repeated as the staff were most welcoming and treated us like we were their only friends. Once...More
This is an excellent place ( pardon the pun) for fish and chips . My friend and I had the smaller portion each which was absolutely plenty because the normal portions were huge .In all honesty I,ve never tasted such scrumptious haddock and chips. We...More
We went into this restaurant which wasn't overly busy. We stood at the "wait to be seated" sign. The man at the fryer cast his eyes off us then just ignored us. Two women were having what appeared to be in depth conversation while making...More
We ate here last weekend. The fish and chips were delicious and the service was warm and friendly. A little on the expensive side, but the quality of the battered fish was first rate, super thin crispy batter and lovely white flesh.