Ubiquitous Chip Michelin Restaurant

Extraordinary Scottish food, a sweeping drinks list and legendary hospitality, the cornerstone of Glasgow’s Ashton Lane since 1971. Delicious food made with the finest Scottish ingredients and served with a warm Glaswegian welcome. The Ubiquitous Chip, located on Ashton Lane in Glasgow’s west end, was established by Ronnie Clydesdale in January 1971 with the firm idea of bringing Scotland’s endangered cuisine out of the home and into the restaurant, asserting that Scotland had some of the finest raw materials anywhere. This idea was thought to be revolutionary or even plain daft. No one else wrote on the menu, ‘Oban landed hake’ or ‘Ramsay’s of Carluke bacon’ for instance. A quirky, iconic establishment on a cobbled street; the son of the original owner runs it with passion. The mezzanine brasserie serves Scottish favourites but it’s the ground floor restaurant with its ponds, fountains and greenery that is the place to eat. Interesting modern classics showcase local produce.

Glasgow Multi-Entry Multi-Directional Visitors Guide © Simon Newbound

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