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2 for 1 mealsMaximum of 2 peopleBooking requiredAvailable December
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2 for 1 at Ember

Ember eatery keeps the home fires burning in Glasgow with its appetising array of European dishes and distinct Mediterranean influence.

The Ember eatery in Glasgow is a family-friendly restaurant and grill, and behind its black façade sits an affable diner with an intimate feel. The décor is modern yet timeless and features a mixture of styles to accommodate guests’ requirements. For private conversation there are a range of booths dotted around the edges of the dining room which prove popular for cosy chats and date nights.

Emblazoned across Ember’s façade are the words seafood, pizza, pasta and steaks. This provides a small insight into what delectable delicacies lie within and patrons attracted by those simple words are in for a culinary treat once they step inside. The menu opens with a sociable tear and share option so that friends can dip into a bowl of olives while ruminating what to order from the enticing menu. Ember nachos, duck pâté, red pepper and paprika hummus, and chilli tiger prawns introduce the menu with aplomb. For mains, try the restaurant’s signature Ember sticks which consist of flame-grilled skewers featuring different meat selections. Alternative main course fancies include chicken schnitzel, an Italian-inspired calzone, full back BBQ pork ribs, chargrilled T-bone steak, and a fresh seabass dish. Round off a savoury selection with chef’s indulgent sweet fondue or the classic comforter of sticky toffee pudding partnered with vanilla ice cream.

Glasgow is filled with restaurants but the Ember eatery holds its own among the city’s food scene. Its European menu offers a chance to try the food of our neighbours in a casual setting that is warm and welcoming.

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