Ubiquitous Chip (Glasgow) Reviews
Newest Review: ... by three things: 1. How busy it was for a Tuesday (there is an upper floor and balcony but this was closed giving the feeling of a cosy and bustling restaurant) 2. The lighting, delicate, light, discreet and very well designed making the whole place seem magical and inviting 3. The plants, hanging, growing, entwined round stone walls and the small waterfall, this place really is enchanting, almost like a secret garden serving amazing food, my kind of secret garden. The restaurant has a glass roof in the middle, irrelevant at the time due to the darkness but certainly in the day I imagine it almost looks like a garden centre. For a restaura... more
Customer Ubiquitous Chip (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by - written on 01/12/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
So what do you do when the threat and gloom of 14 months worry over redundancy is over? You go out and spend the redundancy package! Arriving home some weeks ago to be confronted with an open bottle of fizz and a grin bigger than a baby that's just discovered chocolate my other half broke the news he'd been offered a job in Manchester! We were both ecstatic and true to his word that if he did get a job he'd take me to the 'poshest' restaurant in Glasgow he had booked a table at Ubiquitous Chip. The reputation of 'posh' comes purely from me ambling over to see the menu one day and being blown away by the prices and the seeming quality of the menu not to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/09 (Useful, 13 readings)
The Ubiquitous Chip is probably one of Glasgow's best overall dining experiences. The restuarant is situated on Ashton Lane a pretty, little cobbled street alley of bars and restuarants just off Byres road and near the University of Glasgow. The lane is charming and often filled with people especially during the summer. Inside the decor is a mixture of the modern and the traditional and there is a courtyard with an outisde theme. One possible fault is there is no view as the restauarant is in a lane. The restaurant aims to provide excellent quality Scottish food and succeeds in doing so. The menu usually offers around 8-10 dishes that use ... Read the complete review
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