Stereo Café Bar (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:Address: 20-28 Renfield Lane / Glasgow G2 6PH / Scotland / Cafe bar venue.
Newest Review: ... it's a great escape from the crowds on a Saturday afternoon. This is a great place to chill out with friends and grab a bite to eat. The food is always awesome and they always have something new and interesting on the menu to choose from. My recommendation would be to try the veggie haggis fritters with home made chips, mushy peas and pickles onions! The laid back service can be a bit too ... more
Customer Stereo Café Bar (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/03/09 (Useful, 84 readings)
The new Stereo is nothing like the old Stereo which was a bit dark and dingy to be fair. Tucked down a random wee lane in the centre of town it's a great escape from the crowds on a Saturday afternoon. This is a great place to chill out with friends and grab a bite to eat. The food is always awesome and they always have something new and interesting on the menu to choose from. My recommendation would be to try the veggie haggis fritters with home made chips, mushy peas and pickles onions! The laid back service can be a bit too laid back sometimes if you know what I mean, so don't go there if you are in a rush. There is a surprisingly large venue down ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 127 readings)
Glasgow is the only city in Britain to have a substantial central area laid out on an American style grid. Arriving at Central Station, a visitor to Glasgow can easily squint his or her eyes and feel the same bustle and vibe from the bustling city streets that run parallel to each other with broad intersections that offer long vistas through the city centre. Just a few hundred yards from Central station is an even more atmospheric back alley - you might expect a police car to come bouncing down here, clipping dumpsters and crashing through handy piles of empty boxes. But in reality it's much more tranquil, and home to one of Glasgow's best little café bars and ... Read the complete review
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