This place is a little away from the city centre - maybe a 15 minute walk from Central station - and is not per the postcode here. Look on the restaurant's website for the correct postcode or you'll end up a mile away.
Once you get there, though, it is so worth the effort. A basement bistro below Two Fat Ladies at the Buttery.
The service was impeccable. I was eating alone (away with business) and playing with my phone; the waiter proactively offered the restaurant's wifi code for me. A lovely touch of class and very considerate. Throughout the meal, the waiter and waitress gave just the right level of service - polite but discrete. I was allowed to enjoy my book in peace, but know that they were keeping my glass topped up etc.
The food is not haute cuisine; it is very good hearty bistro food from a compact menu. I started with a very clever goats cheese tart (there is cold salad in a filo shell, topped with hot cheese and tomatoes. Very nice.
My main was a vege lasagne, which was one of the best I've ever tasted, having been made with a delicious smoked mozzerella. The portion was hearty and had a really generous side order of roasted veg.
Dessert was a lovely big slice of delicious praline cheesecake. I couldn't say no for only £3 extra! The total bill was £22 - £15 for three courses, £5 for a half bottle of ok Merlot, and £2 for coffee. Brilliant value.
Overall, I absolutely cannot fault this place. Next time I am in Glasgow, it will be top of my list. It blows places twice the price out of the water.
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