TGI Friday's (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:Address: Kings Inch Road Braehead / Glasgow / PA4 8XQ / Scotland
Newest Review: ... friendly. Tables are cleaned and cutlery replaced as soon as the previous diners have left and plates are cleared quickly. We were served my a lovely lady called Mary who was friendly and efficient. The staff wear pin badges on a strap which show their commitment and service to the restaurant - very Disney like! The staff aren't pushy and gave us enough time to allow us to decide what we ... more
Customer TGI Friday's (Glasgow) Reviews (4)
by - written on 15/01/12, updated on 15/01/12 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Brief History... TGI Fridays is an American themed restaurant founded in 1965. There are many TGI restaurants within the UK and they are currently celebrating the 25th anniversary of their first UK restaurant. Location and Layout... There are two TGI restaurants in Glasgow. I will be basing my review on our visit to the City Centre restaurant on a Sunday afternoon. TGI Fridays is conveniently located on the busy Buchannan Street within Glasgow City Centre. The entrance is at the corner of an old looking building and features a waiting area and replica motor bike display. This restaurant is a stones ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
TGI Fridays is one of my favourite restaurants. This is an American Chain of restaurants which appear throughout the UK. They have a wide variety of dishes on their menu. Most of their food has an American theme to it, burgers, ribs and steaks. But there are other options for you to choose. Starters These come in at around £4.50 each and include potato skins, bruschetta, jack daniels sesame chicken strips. Mains These range in price but average at around £10 and include chicken finger BLT, Jack Daniels Rack of ribs, Ceaser salad and Chicken alfredo. Deserts Cost on average £4 and include Chocolate fudge fixation and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 264 readings)
Did you hear about the guy who got drunk eating Jack Daniels chicken wings? Nothing to do with the delicious JD coating, he had to many Hurricane cocktails... TGI Fridays is one of the those places that you know you will enjoy if you're looking for a little bit of atmosphere with your meal and cocktails. My local TGI's is in Glasgow but they are dotted all around the county waiting for you to sample their wares. ***How it looks*** The concept of TGI's is similar to other American influenced restaurants and is clearly along the same lines as Planet Holywood and the Hard Rock Café. The walls are bedecked with music and movie memorabilia from the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
TGI Friday's in Glasgow is located in the city Centre amongst all the shops, on the popular road of Buchanan Street. I am not familiar with Glasgow as we were only there for the weekend to do some Christmas shopping as by boyfriend was currently working there for the week. However it is very easy to find as it is on the corner of one of the crossing streets, and has the large TGI Friday logo outside the building. We haven't been to TGI Friday's before so didn't know what it would be like, but we knew that the chain of restaurants where very popular and had an American influenced menu and also décor which can be seen in every TGI restaurant you go in with the ... Read the complete review
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